An unexpected highlight was Glenn Block of Microsoft Patterns and Practices talking about Prism, the Composite Application Block for WPF. While valiantly attempting to explain Prism to a beginner audience in WPF without assuming prior knowledge of Dependency Injection, Glenn tells us:
There are things we can do to avoid over-complexifying an application beyond its natural complexity
I had trouble understanding this so I used Babelfish to Refactor it into Portuguese, from there into French, from there into German, from there into Greek and than back into English:
It exists things that we can make avoid a sobre-complexifying application apart from their natural complexity
That was a little better, but for added clarity I performed a second-phase refactoring, repeating the previous steps:
It exists the things that a application sobre-complexifying omitted their natural complexity you avoid this they can it can
If you have any further questions, please ping the Microsoft Patterns and Practices Team.