Hanselminutes Podcast 252 - ReactiveUI extensions to the Reactive Framework (Rx) with Paul Betts
"Scott sits down with Paul Betts and talks about extending the Reactive Framework. We currently manage our UI events as they are pushed to us. How does programming - and asynchronous programming - change if we change the way UI events are consumed? The Rx Reactive Framework extends .NET, and Paul's extended that with his Open Source Reactive UI framework. Let's see if Paul can teach Scott a new trick."
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The picture on the post is of a video recorded for @xamlcast (a Brazilian podcast about Silverlight, WPF and WP7 http://xamlcast.net) that is also worth seeing.