Posted by Chris Alcock on Thursday 23rd October 2008 at 07:25 am | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Debugging Large ViewState – Zach Kramer look into dealing with large ASP.NET viewstate, working out what is in there any why it is so large
- .NET Reflector: Soup to Nuts – Andrew Clarke gives a comprehensive run through of the features and techniques for working with Reflector, the tool originally by Lutz Roeder, now acquired by RedGate.
- The Weekly Source Code 35 – Zip Compressing ASP.NET Session and Cache State – Scott Hanselman looks into compression of Session and Cache items to gain significant additional storage of items. Looks like a useful technique when working on a Memory bound/CPU idle server.
- October 22nd Links: ASP.NET, Visual Studio, WPF and Silverlight – ScottGu provides his regular link post of WPF, ASP.NET and Silverlight content. About 75% of the links have not been featured in the Brew, so there is some good stuff there.
- Survey RESULTS: What .NET Framework features do you use? – Scott Hanselman shares the results of his recent survey on .NET features in use – the results look pretty much how I expected they would.
- Singletonitis – Sean Feldman talks about a common affliction, having singletons / static classes when you don’t really need them, and shows how you can remove them from your application, along with the benefits of doing so.
- DDD and Complexity – Colin Jack talks about the complexity of DDD, and how you can gain many of the advantages of DDD by adopting parts of the process / not following it to the letter.
- Where are the DDD sample applications? – Jimmy Bogard talks about why there are no real example applications for Domain Driven Development.
- C# Generics when working with Enum – johanvw shows how use of generics can make working with Enums a little easier
- Using Reflection To Extract Values From a Static Class – Adam Pooler delves into reflection on static classes by looking at an example of accessing items from the HTTPContext using reflection.
- Covariance and Contravariance in delegates – Elroy Dsilva examines tow interesting delegate features, illustrating with examples of each.
- Astoria futures: offline-enabled data services – Pablo Castro, software architect for the Astoria project at Microsoft talks about some of the early planning and thinking for offline functionality.
- Attaining IE8 Site Compatibility – Short Reference – Alexander Strauss talks about getting your website to work correctly in the forthcoming Internet Explorer 8
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