Who own that XAML?


This post is about WPF / Silverlight separation of concern and on the continues question Who own that XAML? Before we begin here is my proper disclosure: I'm not an expert in WPF nor in Silverlight  though take this post as a thought sharing and i would like to get your comments on that subject. Background The all subject emerge while i was listening to Herding Code podcast about MVVM. So i was asking myself, how would i assemble UI team and have them working with great productivity and without ruin each...
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