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Glenn Block TourNext week several .NET User Groups in Poland will host a special guest - Glenn Block, Program Manager in the .NET FX team (and previously PM for p&p “Prism”). As you probably already know, Glenn is the man behind the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) project and thus this will be the main topic of his talks:

Building openly extensible applications in .NET 4.0

Are you tired of building monolithic style apps? Are you tired of hacking your app to bits to meet just one more requirement. Do you want to enable third parties to provide add-on value to your apps? 

If the answer to any of these is yes, then come learn about the new Managed Extensibility Framework which ships in .NET 4.0. 

Applications built on MEF dynamically discover and compose available components at runtime. This makes MEF ideal for third-party extensibility scenarios, where the type and number of extensions are undefined. With MEF you can enable customers and third-parties to take your apps where no man has gone before.

During the tour Glenn will visit following cities:

You can register for the meeting in the city near you by clicking on the links above. More information on the official website. Also visit Glenn’s blog and leave him a comment if you like to hear about any particular topic.

posted on Wednesday, June 17, 2009 5:22 AM