Live Coding: Refactoring multithreaded in a WPF application using aspects

by Gael Fraiteur on 22 Oct 2010

Just a quick note to mention I have just published the recording of my session at the European Software Conference on October 7th 2010: Refactoring multithreading in a WPF application using aspects. It’s real live coding – always a hard exercise, especially after a night with 2 just hours of sleep (the reason being hopefully clear).

In this session, I start from a half-finished WPF application and add three concerns: exception handling, background thread, and updating the status bar. I compare the plain old C# implementation to the AOP/PostSharp implementation.

Enjoy! Comments are welcome on this post.

Happy PostSharping!