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Laurent Bugnion (GalaSoft) Diary of a Code Trotter

I've been taking part to a conference in Erlangen in collaboration with Microsoft. It was a very interesting event, an occasion to meet people from Microsoft Germany, and to continue the collaboration started long ago. I was asked to make a presentation about WPF, and I chose to show how we use WPF in the project I work on, and also to add a few words about the social implications of introducing WPF in a traditional, industry oriented firm like Siemens. "Social implication" is a strong word, but I think that for many people, WPF is going to change how we develop code, to change responsibilities in a way that is "shaking" their world a little. That should not be underestimated. I got a good response from the audience, and I think that these thoughts are hitting a spot. I am going to hold a similar talk in TechDays Switzerland in March (the week after MIX), and I am impatient to talk about this to the audience.

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Posted on Wednesday, January 30, 2008 8:52 PM Technical stuff , Work | Back to top

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