How about that? You stuck around! It was the Waylon Jennings, Good Ol’ Boys, Dukes of Hazzard, freeze frame cliffhanger at the end of Part 1 which hooked you, wasn’t it? Undoubtedly you have been on the edge of your seat for days, just waiting to see how the show turns out. Well, wait no further. Here’s the commercial free, dramatic conclusion to the longest Presentation Patterns discussion ever.
When we last left our heroes, Jeremy Miller, Ward Bell, Rob Eisenberg and Glenn Block were in the thick of their discussion. Jeremy had just finished explaining the role of the Screen Conductor and Ward was ready to start flushing out implementation strategies. That is, implementation strategies which might work across most solutions.
But thankfully, Glenn starts by stepping back a bit and asking how the presentation patterns discussion fits in the context of mainstream development.
Will the guys provide a single answer to the age-old question, “Which came first the View or the ViewModel?” Is there a one size implementation which fits all solutions? Will this conversation ever end? Find out this week on Herding Code.
- Jeremy Miller, Dovetail Software
- Ward Bell, IdeaBlade
- Rob Eisenberg, Caliburn, Blue Spire
- Glenn Block, Microsoft
- Expression SketchFlow
- Expression Blend
- Balsamiq Mockups
- Jonas Follesoe
- NDC2009 – Norwegian Developers Conference
- Pattern and Practices
- Build Your Own CAB Series by Jeremy Miller
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Show notes compiled by Ben Griswold. Thanks!