Chris Anderson on WPF

Posted in Conferences on July 06, 2008

Chris Anderson on WPF

Chris Anderson one of the chief architects of Windows Presentation Foundation recently published "Essential Windows Presentation Foundation" and since this interview moved to the Connected Systems team at Microsoft. Chris provides insight as to why Microsoft created WPF, the development practices used by the development team and why he thinks WPF is a tipping point for Model Driven Development.

Chris Anderson is an architect at Microsoft in the Connected Systems Division. His focus is on the design and architecture of .NET technologies used to implement the next generation of applications and services. Chris has written numerous articles and white papers, and he has presented and been a keynote speaker at numerous conferences worldwide.

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