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ObjectSpaces - The Move from XPath to OPath

Matt Warren blogs about why the ObjectSpace team did the move from XPath to OPath: The Power of the Dot. Great post!

I think ObjectSpaces is a great technology that will play an important role with enterprise applications. See my blog about Enterprise Services and ObjectSpaces.

With my upcoming .NET 2.0 Boot Camp I'm giving ObjectSpaces a big place.

Christian

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