Tomorrow (June 17th) I’ll be speaking at the North Houston .NET User Group. It seems like the meeting information is temporarily not available on their site, but here’s the address to the meeting:
Lone Star College – Montgomery, ROOM A102 (in middle of Building A)
3200 College Park Drive
The Woodlands, TX 77384
The meeting starts at 6:30pm.
The topic is: Overview of the Composite Application Guidance for WPF and Silverlight
This presentation covers an overview of the Composite Application Guidance for WPF (aka, Prism), its architecture and Composite Application Library (CAL), and how applications are built on top of it. If you build any application that goes beyond “Hello World”, it’s likely that you create composite applications. Prism allows for applications to be built with proper separation of concerns, promoting loose coupling, extensibility, and testability. It also helps with WPF’s goals of asslowing developers and designers to collaborate more easily on the same project. The presentation also covers some dependency injection and Model-View-ViewModel.