Enterprise Library and Software Factories Website from PnPGuidance
Apr 20, 2012
Author: David Hayden
Enterprise Library and Software Factories Website from PnPGuidance

Speaking of starting fresh, I shutdown PnPGuidance after teaching Enterprise Library, Software Factories, and Unity from Microsoft Pattterns & Practices for over 5+ years. I really, really enjoyed writing tutorials, answering forum questions, creating screencasts, and organizing Day of PnP Events for many years in addition to the training, consulting, and development for clients. Although I still support my existing clients, I'm not actively developing with Enterprise Library and the Software Factories and hence it is time to say goodbye to the website.

Thank You Sign

A thank you sign is currently up on PnPGuidance, but this will be removed at some point. I'll either reboot the website if it makes sense or keep it down for good. I do want to thank everyone for all their support over the years. I had a lot of fun!

Microsoft Patterns and Practices

By the way, the temporary website is an Orchard CMS Website based on my Orchard Twitter Bootstrap Theme. How fitting!

Orchard CMS Developer

David Hayden is a Microsoft MVP in C# and freelance developer specializing in Orchard CMS and ASP.NET MVC Websites. David speaks at various user groups and code camps around Florida as well as ran the Sarasota Web Developer Group and Tampa ASP.NET MVC Developer Group.

Written by David Hayden, Apr 20, 2012