Mark Pollack provides an introduction to Spring.NET which can help developers more easily implement and design loosely coupled application architectures. The core concepts in the Spring Framework extend beyond the Java platform and are applicable to .NET. Spring.NET combines the Spring Framework's proven architectural concepts and patterns with additional features specific to .NET.
Dr. Mark Pollack has worked extensively in the financial sector as an architect and developer involved in a mixture of Microsoft and Java technologies. Mark became a developer on the Spring Java Framework in 2003 and founded its .NET based counterpart, Spring.NET, in 2004. Mark became recognized as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for his involvement in the technical community.
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You name it.
I love it.
I wish this was the industry standard.
Microsoft are moving to LINQ as their ORM, and I think you are seeing or will see Spring.NET copies also coming from Microsoft. (Of course you will eventually see a Grails copy too ;-)
Thanks to Mark !!
There are many aspects that became clear to me.
I think another presentation is necessary which compares Spring.NET to other similiar frameworks. I think that kind of presentation will clarify the decision of choosing appealing AF.
bad online presentation
Does anything original come from the .Net folks?
Re: Does anything original come from the .Net folks?