I spent yesterday afternoon being quite impressed by the internationalisation support in ASP.NET 2 – Hopefully I’ll get round to writing a bit about it at a later date.
- Timeline .NET – Rob Chartier’s latest project is a.NET wrapper for the MIT Simile Timeline API – a nice way of including a graphical representation of time based data in your web apps.
- Announcing MultiFunctionMachineMachine – Jacob Lewallen announces the release of his helper libraries – containing support code for Windsor, a custom IOC implementation, AOP, Migrations in .NET it looks well worth a look.
- Community Server 2008, Beta 2 now available! – Telligent announce the availability of the latest beta of Community Server 2008
- Prism Drop 2 – Glenn Block announces the release of the latest drop of Prism the Patterns and Practices tool for Composite WPF Applications
- SQLCAT.com – The "Level 500" SQL Server Resource – Greg Duncan highlights a new SQL Server resource from the SQL Customer Advisory Team containing advanced SQL Server content
- IoC and Unity – The Basics and Interception – Matthew Podwysocki continues his series on Inversion of Control and Unity
- Want to Write Great Business Software? Create a Great Domain Model! – Chris Falter looks into the reasons for creating a good domain model, and isolating your business logic there.
- A Detailed Data Binding Tutorial – A nice indepth look at WinForms databinding – I think this will be a reference I come back to regularly as I seem to use WinForms infrequently enough that I forget stuff in-between times
- Extending DataPager: Creating a google analytics data pager – Luis Ramirez shows how you can extend the built in Data pager to offer a richer user experience in this CodeProject article
- Kigg – Upgraded to MIX08 ASP.NET MVC Release – Kazi Manzur Rashid posts about the latest update to the ASP.NET MVC sample project Kigg – a Digg clone developed using ASP.NET MVC, LINQ to SQL and ASP.NET Ajax
- Wrapping up nHibernate – Peter van Ooijen shows his take on a wrapper around NHibernate
- And Equality for All … Anonymous Types – K. Scott Allen unearths some interesting functionality within Linq and anonymous types to do with returning distinct items
- Sussex Geek Dinner – Mike Hadlow (featured in the Morning Brew a few times) will be speaking at the next Sussex Geek Dinner (Organised by another ‘Friend Of The Brew’ Simon Harriyott). The previous version of Mike’s talk was one of the highlights of DDD6 for me.