Deep Fried Bytes: Building Composite WPF Applications with Claudio Lassala

Deep Fried Bytes

In this episode, Keith and Woody sit down with Claudio Lassala to discuss Composite Applications in Windows Presentation Foundation. The guys chat with Claudio about how developers can build more robust applications through modular approaches. Composite applications use loosely coupled, independe.

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In this episode, Keith and Woody sit down with Claudio Lassala to discuss Composite Applications in Windows Presentation Foundation. The guys chat with Claudio about how developers can build more robust applications through modular approaches. Composite applications use loosely coupled, independently evolvable pieces that work together in the overall application. Claudio also discusses how Composite applications can allow for better testing and distributed development teams.

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Claudio Lassala is a Senior Developer at EPS Software Corp. He has presented several lectures at Microsoft events such as PDC in Brazil and various other Microsoft seminars, as well as several conferences and user groups across North America and Brazil. He is a multiple winner of the Microsoft MVP Award since 2001 (for Visual FoxPro in 2001-2002, and for C# every since), and an INETA speaker. He has articles published on several magazines, such as MSDN Brazil Magazine, CoDe Magazine, and UTMag. In order to keep his sanity, he plays lead guitar  on heavy metal band Descent Into Madness.

Claudio can be reached via his website: claudiolassala.spaces.live.com

Twitter http://twitter.com/claudiolassala

 

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