About the Author
Chris Anderson is an architect at Microsoft in the Connected Systems Division. Chris’s primary focus is the design and architecture of .NET technologies used to implement the next generation of applications and services.
During his ten years at Microsoft, Chris has worked on Visual Basic 6.0, Visual J++ 6.0, .NET Framework 1.0 and 1.1, and most recently, Windows Presentation Foundation. Most of Chris’s career has involved working on presentation technologies—building controls for Visual Basic, developing Windows Foundation Classes for Visual J++, and working on Windows Forms and ASP.NET in the .NET Framework.
In 2002, Chris joined the Windows Client team as lead architect for Windows Presentation Foundation. Through his experience ...