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Thursday, October 5, 2006
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One of the things I like about the Patterns & Practices Team at Microsoft and especially J.D. Meier is that they/he really takes customer feedback into account. The last time I was at Microsoft, I raised some issues that some of the guidance that they provide was too high-level and that they did not break it up into actionable material.

J.D. and his crew have released a new version of the Guidance Explorer that takes into account this feedback. To paraphrase J.D.  "Guidance Explorer let's you browse the online guidance store (caches locally) and you can create your own views of the guidance (or edit the guidance or create your own using our templates or make your own templates). If you don't like what we did, the source is in codeplex so you can shape it to your own needs."

Here are some links that talk in more detail about it:

Very nice work!

Tags:: Architecture
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