January 6, 2006 .net

Larry O’Brien on WPF

Suddenly, I think Larry O’Brien is smart:

The book, in this case, is Chris Sells and Ian Griffiths’ Programming Windows Presentation Foundation.’ Sells and Griffiths are two top-notch authors, who separately wrote two of the better books on Windows Forms. This book, published by O’Reilly and adorned with a Kudu engraving, probably does about as good a job as possible in introducing a new display framework that is intended to replace, well, everything from User to GDI to GDI+. And, it seems clear, to replace Flash as well.”

You go, Larry!