Last night I attended an interesting event on Domain Driven Design, organised by the nice folks from ThoughtWorks‘s new Manchester office. This was the second of these events (I missed the first), but based on last night I will be attending again.
- Comments in Code Indicate Functions Trying To Escape – Steven Smith discusses cases where you have a small comment explaining what a chunk of code does, and questions if this should really be a function in its own right.
- Day-to-day with Subversion – Bil Simser gives the indepth details of day-to-day life with Subversion, covering all the common activities you perform with source code control.
- A Limitation of Lambda Expressions and Overloaded Extension Methods – Omer van Kloeten highlights a limitation of Lambda expressions (no ref parameters), and shows how overloaded extension methods can work
- AddIn Enabled Applications – Sacha Barber gives a great introduction into the new System.Addin functionality, with plenty of code to illustrate.
- Decorating Your Domain Entities – Joel Ross looks at the use of attributes in domain entities by IOC containers, and questions if this is something that is ‘the right way’ of doing things
- Unescape my Strings – Sergio Pereira shows a neat use of a macro to help make it possible to see unescaped strings more easily
- ASP.NET 3.5 Extensions… What are the new features anyway? How can I get started? – Carlos Figueroa gathers together the downloads and support forums for the ASP.NET 3.5 Extenions
- Workflow Foundation 101 – Maurice de Beijer gives an introductory overview of Windows Workflow Foundation, with examples in VB.NET
- A .NET Cryptography Primer, Part Four – Will @ Slate Street Gang complete his series on cryptography with a look at asymmetric encryption, and specific code for RSA encryption
- MethodBase Without Reflection – Adam Buenz shows an alternative technique for getting at the methodbase by using stack frames. I question if this is actually reflection free – I suspect stack frame is making use of reflection – but it does illustrate the useful functionality of the stackframe.
- Loading a complex object graph – Gabriel Schenker looks at using NHibernate to load a complex object graph from an access database, and shows some tricks to reduce the number of queries being issued