Posted by Chris Alcock on Tuesday 17th June 2008 at 06:48 am | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Mozilla Firefox 3 – Today is Firefox 3 launch day (although the site has yet to be updated, I think we might need to wait for the American contingent to wake up)
- Ninject 1.0 Goes Gold – Nate Kohari announces the release of NInject 1.0. NInject is a lightweight dependency injection framework which runs on .NET 2, 3 and 3.5, along with .NET Compact 2 and 3.5 and Silverlight 2.0 Beta 2
- OpenCSV# – OpenCSV# is a port of the Java OpenCSV project to native .NET. It provides a good means of reading CSV data without a number of limitations of the Microsoft Text Driver.
- Super Models, Part 1: Sexy Specifications – Dave Laribee looks at making the Specification pattern for entity retrieval criteria into a more ‘sexy’ beast using operator overloading to make combining criteria easy.
- Immutability and Concurrency – Part II – A Review of F#’s Immutable Data Structures – Rob Pickering looks at the support in F# for working with Immutable data in part two of his series on Immutability and concurrency.
- Hook Methods – Dave Laribee looks at the template pattern, and defines a technique he calls ‘Hook Methods’ to provide further extensibility for edge cases.
- Avoiding Inheritance Dependencies Using Generics and Lambdas – Jason Olson considers the dependencies introduced due to inheritance, and then looks a the command pattern along with lambdas and generics as a means to work around these dependencies. Some interesting comments too.
- Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) at a Glance – Sidar Ok explores the Managed Extensibility Framework CTP, working through the initial stages of getting things working as intended.
- Overview of concurrency in .NET Framework 3.5 – Igor Ostrovsky takes a overview of the key concepts in concurrent programming on .NET, looking at Concurrent executions, synchronization and memory sharing.
- I understand that naming matters, so… – Ayende poses a simple question of naming for an interface – I agree, naming is very important, and its amazing how many different possibilities people list in the comments.
- Functional Programming in C# 3.0: How Map/Reduce/Filter can Rock your World – Dare Obasanjo looks at some real world uses of Functional Techniques within RSS Bandit.
- Prefix-casting versus as-casting in C# – An interesting post on the differences between the two ways of casting, and talks a little about cast performance.
- Keep your .config clean with external config files – Andre Loker talks about the real world scenarios where external config files really help. I always forget that you can actually do this!
- Software cell – What´s in a name? – Ralf Westphal shares an alternative view on the traditional N-Tier layered architecture, considering software to be composed of cells.
- Functional C# – Learn from F# and LINQ – Matthew Podwysocki continues his series on Functional C# with a look at the framework implementations of some of the traditional functional/F# techniques, including Folding,Mapping, Iterators and filtering.
- Everything You Wanted To Know About MVC and MVP But Were Afraid To Ask – Phil Haack looks at the differences between MVC and MVP in this link laden post.
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