Happy Thanksgiving Day to all my US based readers!
- Early Christmas from Iron Languages and DLR – Harry Pierson highlights three significant release of Iron languages and the DLR – IronPython 2.0RC2, IronRuby 1.0 Alpha 2 and a new home for the DLR source code on Codeplex, including the initial 0.9 beta release of the DLR
- Visualizing LINQ expressions in the debugger – Jimmy Bogard talks about Visualising Expressions, and looks at tools that help you to see what your expression looks like in the debugger.
- PTOM: Descriptive State Enumeration – Derick Bailey continues with the Novemeber Design Patterns topic at LosTechies with a look at the use of enumerations to track state, and follows up with a look at Mapping a State Pattern with NHibernate
- Object Oriented F# – Encapsulation with Object Expressions – Matthew Podwysocki continues his look into OO F# with a loot at the object expression F# feature, and why (in his opinion) this makes F# a better OO language than C#
- ASP.NET MVC on IIS 6 Walkthrough – Phil Haack shows how to setup ASP.NET MVC on IIS6 for both .mvc/.aspx extension URLs and extensionless URLs
- Isolation Syntax for VB.NET – Your comments please – Roy Osherove asks the community for comments on a proposed syntax for Typemock Isolator’s VB.NET syntax
- Addicted To MEF – Part 1 – Justin Etheredge starts a new series exploring the Managed Extensibility Framework which has just reached preview 3
- 10 Ways To Programaticly Shoot Yourself In The Foot – Part B – Shahar Y follows up from part A with a few more bad things that we as developers often do which makes our life harder later on,
- Yet Another Use of a Unit Test Framework – David Star talks about using Unit Testing Frameworks for more than your traditional unit testing.
- Everyday programming technique – C# Enum – Hugo Pereira covers a lot of ground on using Enums in your code, including some more advanced uses and some best practices advice.
- Generating Temporary Files – BlackWasp look at creating temporary files using random filenames in the correct location using some of the methods on the Path class.