Wow, get a little behind and how time flies. Sorry for the delays, folks, I’ve had some personal issues which kept me from updating this blog when I really should have.
So, in no particular order:
- Enterprise Library 5.0 has been released! Grigori has the full release announcement, along with download links. The doc set is going through the final, final, FINAL edit passes right now, and hopefully should be out early next week. Once we get the docs out, the final standalone Unity 2.0 installer will release as well. In the meantime, if you want the Unity 2.0 bits, they’re included in the Entlib 5.0 bin directory. And yes, we know the MSDN landing page still points to Entlib 4.1 – MSDN is doing some kind of database migration (I neither know nor want to know the details) which have rendered our landing pages read-only until they’re done. The update is ready to go but until their system is updated we’re stuck with the old one.
- As part of the Entlib 5.0 release, I did an interview with the Pluralcast about Entlib. I don’t think I made too much of a fool of myself. :-)
- I did two presentations at the recent Seattle Code Camp. One was, to be honest, a flop, but the other one, titled “Abusing Lambdas for Fun and Profit” was quite well received. I’ve had several requests for the source code to that presentation, so I’ve put the slides and code up on my download page. Enjoy!
I guess that’s it for the moment. Have fun, and be sure to let the team know what you think of Entlib 5!