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Tom Hollander from Microsoft Patterns & Practices group is asking for suggestions for what is to be in the Enterprise Library 3.0 release.  Since Microsoft has announced .NET 3.0, the Patterns & Practices group would like to get a head start on the next release of the Enterprise Library. 
To give guidelines, they are looking for suggestions in the following areas:
  • New blocks (please specify what these blocks should do)
  • New providers for existing blocks (please specify which blocks and what the providers should do)
  • Integration with new WinFX features (which ones?)
  • Changes to the internal architecture (what and why?)
  • Better support for deployment or operations processes
  • Performance improvements
  • Improvements to the configuration tool (such as?)
  • Improvements to the documentation (such as?)
  • New or improved samples or training materials
  • Software factories or guidance packages to help you build blocks or providers
  • VB version of the block source (oh please no!) -- My Emphasis
  • ...anything else?
So, that is rather broad, which is encouraging.  Feel free to let them know what you think!
Posted on Wednesday, June 21, 2006 1:43 PM Microsoft , .NET | Back to top

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