Hanselminutes Podcast 213 - Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) and LinFu with Philip Laureano
My two-hundred-and-thirteenth podcast is up. Scott talks to AOP expert Philip Laureano about Aspect Oriented Programming. Is it the missing piece of the Object Orient Programming puzzle? It sounds scary but is it? Should I start using IL Rewriting and Dynamic Proxies on my next project, or is it too dangerous? All this and more as Scott and Philip learn about LinFu, an Open Source project that enables these scenarios and more!
(Ya, I know, I'm late to post this.)
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Links from the Show
- Philip Laureano on Twitter
- LinFu - A framework that adds mixins, inversion of control, DbC, and other language features to the Common Language Runtime.
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