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Prism and .NET RIA Services
   Prism is a real interesting Guidance and was built for Silverlight 2.0, and some of the feedback I’ve received is if it works well with the new version 3.0, and so I remembered blogging about this.    The most usual questions are...
Silverlight 3 with MEF support
   One of the things that I really thing would be important for Silverlight in order to make easier the Modularity of the Business applications developed in Silverlight, since the Prism approach is nice but I think that the MEF approach is simpler...
Silverlight 3 related information’s
Silverlight 3 has been release and now we have also the Unit Testing Framework binaries here that will help making Unit Tests in our solutions when using Silverlight 3. More information’s here . Also important is the release of Prism Visual Studio Templates...
Interesting reading about Entity Framework 4.0
Entity Framework has suffered great changes and in order to know more about them I recommend the following reading: POCO ( P lain O ld C LR O bject or Persistence ) in the Entity Framework 4.0 Sneak Preview: Persistence Ignorance and POCO in Entity Framework...
First Code Parts of Prism 2.0
  As I previously posted , Prism 2.0 is shaping up and some of the new Code Parts are already available on CodePlex . Of course this is only a small part but it brings good news like: Multi-targeting quick starts, that explains the structure that...
Composite Application Guidance for WPF (Prism) now goes to Silverlight 2.0
As I said in a previous post Composite Application Guidance for WPF formerly known as "Prism" was made available and this was a great news because now the development of WPF solutions is easier and as a Guidance that will lead us all the way...
Composite Application Guidance for WPF
WPF is a very interesting technology since it provides the possibility to have a better User Experience on our Windows Applications, and by doing so it attracted many designers, enthusiasts as well as Developers, Architects and IT Managers, but what happens...