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An Insider's View of WPF: Chris Anderson

| by James Vastbinder Follow 0 Followers on Jul 24, 2007. Estimated reading time: less than one minute |
Chris Anderson was one of the chief architects of WPF.  In this interview Chris provides an insider's viewpoint on why Microsoft created Windows Presentation Foundation, the software methodologies used by the development team and why he feels WPF is a tipping point.

Topics covered:
  • Overview of internals of WPF
  • Problem domain solved by WPF
  • Adoption by Microsoft
  • When enterprises should adopt WPF technology
  • The Avalon team used Scrum
Chris Anderson recently released a book, "Essential Windows Presentation Foundation" on the same subject. 

View the interview with Chris Anderson or enjoy other content on WPF on Infoq.com using the "WPF" tag.

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