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An Interview with Ian Griffiths

| by James Vastbinder on Oct 11, 2007. Estimated reading time: less than one minute |

Windows Presentation Foundation is a fundamental shift from how interactive applications have previously worked in Windows.  Infoq turned to Ian Griffiths to provide input on WPF.  Ian is a C# MVP, freelance software developer and consultant. He specializes in digital imaging applications, mainly broadcast video and medical imaging systems. Ian is also an instructor and course author for Pluralsight, and co-author of two books. 

In this interview, Ian Griffiths talks about the key features of WPF such as XAML, composition, layout, animation, and data binding. He also includes advice on when to use WPF and its sister technologies Windows Forms and Silverlight, (WPF/E) especially when focusing on performance.

 

  

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Out of date interview - yet dated Oct 11th 2007... by Greg Willis

This interview appears to be from last year's QCon(ie 2006). This makes most of the comments re: WPF/E (ie Silverlight), tooling etc of historical value only has things have since shipped during 2007.

Re: Out of date interview - yet dated Oct 11th 2007... by Floyd Marinescu

Hi Greg, QCon London was 6 months ago (March 2007). So this is just about 6 months old.

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