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I’ve been busy…

I know I did not post to my blog for the past few days. But in preparation to SilverLight FireStarter, I’ve been revisiting a few technologies that I had seen in the past.

Namely:  SilverLight 4, MVVM, WCF, BDD, PRISM, Unity, and MEF.

This will help me in the development of my next few applications that I’ve put in my queue. I have envisioned, planned and refined the scope for 3 applications on the WP7 and one on browser/desktop.

 As a developper, I like to envision, brainstorm and implement my own apps. I’ve seen a gap (or a niche if you prefer) and I am getting ready to fill it!

Oh yeah, BTW, keep a watchful eye on ASP.Net MVC 3 and Ruby on Rails 3! These are 2 technologies that finally look like what should web programming be theses days.

Why, because they both put the  focus on “convention over configuration” and the “DRY” principle!

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  1. Steve Gregory
    November 23, 2010 at 9:51 pm

    I can’t wat to see the next app! An award winner no doubt!!!

  2. Trevor
    December 6, 2010 at 4:20 pm

    Amen Yvan. I’ve been checking out Rails 3 and MVC 2 in my spare time (along with iPhone/iPad dev) and love how both follow the convention over configuration idea. I know rails has always followed that but rails 3 really put the edge on it.

    ASP.NET MVC 2 — pretty awesome stuff. What I really like is the other options that you can do to wrap your methods for common functionality without breaking any convention rules. Gives a good edge.

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