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Six years of WPF; what's changed?

Six years of WPF; what's changed?

Paul Stovell shares his experiences of six years of using WPF and is not happy with its evolution.

You might enjoy working with WPF. You might think XAML is a beautiful, terse, fun to write language. That's how I felt in 2006, and if the platform is still enjoyable for you, that's great. It's going to be around for a long time, since there's really no alternative yet. But for me, I'm glad my WPF days are behind me, and that my full time job now is now ASP.NET-focused.