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.NET 3.0 Reader Poll

Well, its been quite some time since I have written a serious post.  Things have been busy, but I am ready to get back on it.  So, I thought I would ask my readers what they are interested in the most. 

 The two major options I am considering are:

1. Continuing with my .NET Crash Course.  This would involve me doing about 2 or 3 more articles on WF and then a series of posts on WCF and possibly WCS.

2. Leave off with the "Crash Course" and dig deeper with WPF and Silverlight.

Presently, I am leaning towards doing more with WPF.  This would include more talk about databinding, application architecture, etc.  and is likely to include more meaningful sample code than option 1.

If you have an opinion as to which of the above options I choose or a completely different idea, please post a comment with your thoughts.

Thanks!


Posted 06-06-2007 9:54 PM by Rob Eisenberg

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Comments

Derik Whittaker wrote re: .NET 3.0 Reader Poll
on 06-06-2007 9:57 PM

I voite to see more about WPF.

Ovidiu wrote re: .NET 3.0 Reader Poll
on 06-07-2007 7:10 AM

WCF and try some Cardspace too. People need to know more about backend to become better coders. Some WPF implementation won't help that much

zachbonham wrote re: .NET 3.0 Reader Poll
on 06-07-2007 7:51 AM

I'd forgotten about Cardspace.  I'd agree and say Cardspace, too.  However, I'd like to see some of the depth you've presented around WPF done with Silverlight, or even deeper with WPF (more databinding especially around the LINQ technology).

WCF has significant coverage already, and has had for a while.  Wihle I have no doubt you could cover it well, I'd lean towards WPF/Silverlight; there are fewer good authorities on those technologies (maybe I'm just looking in the wrong places!).

Thanks!

Z

Stuart wrote re: .NET 3.0 Reader Poll
on 06-07-2007 8:13 AM

both!

:-)

WPF if I had to choose.

Barnabas wrote re: .NET 3.0 Reader Poll
on 06-07-2007 9:58 AM

I would love to hear more depth about Silverlight.

RockoWPB wrote re: .NET 3.0 Reader Poll
on 06-07-2007 10:40 AM

WPF definetly. Data Binding & Data Templates

Michal Grzegorzewski wrote re: .NET 3.0 Reader Poll
on 06-07-2007 1:35 PM

wpf / silverlight (1.1)

Scott C wrote re: .NET 3.0 Reader Poll
on 06-08-2007 12:07 AM

Rob,

I would love to see more detailed articles covering WPF/Silverlight!

Data binding would be great, but I'm especially interested in the proper architecture of a WPF application.  :)

Sanjeevakumar Hiremath wrote re: .NET 3.0 Reader Poll
on 06-20-2007 4:19 AM

more of WPF. ' '

Petro wrote re: .NET 3.0 Reader Poll
on 07-08-2007 2:09 PM

hi, hi, hi! Beautiful site.

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