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Source (.NET & Funky Fresh), posted 2010-05-01

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Avatar BillHenn on 2010-05-01

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Rob provides a list of links to helpful MVVM-related resources that can used to learn the in's and out's of the design pattern.
"There’s a whole lot of talk these days about MVVM. It’s the “hep” thing and everyone wants in. There isn’t a single day lately where someone doesn’t post about this topic (and I read their post..I’ve tried really hard to read everything I find). I’ve tweeted that all these posts have caused a great deal of noise, distracting developers from the interesting and really useful information. But, I’m going to relent on that. It’s important that developers try MVVM, succeed or fail, and blog about it. Writing and communicating is an important part of the learning process. What I do ask is that you are open to criticism and interested in learning new things. I expect that of myself and I’ve tried really hard to receive criticism on Caliburn and taken seriously the criticism and comments of others on this series of posts. In fact the entire second post in this series was the result of me struggling with a very evocative comme..."
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About .NET & Funky Fresh

Rob Eisenberg's blog focuses a lot on application frameworks. Rob is a .NET architect and developer working out of Tallahassee, FL. He is a partner with Christopher Bennage at Blue Spire Consulting, a software development firm specializing in .NET technologies, user experience, and interface design. Rob publishes technical articles regularly at and has spoken at regional events and to companies concerning .NET technologies and Agile software practices. He is coauthor of Sam's Teach Yourself WPF in 24 Hours and is the architect and lead developer of the Caliburn Application Framework for WPF and Silverlight.

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