- Testing WCF Service Apps (part 4 of 4) – Brian Genisio concludes a nice series of posts on Testing WCF service based applications
- Implementing Logging & Transaction for NHibernate through Configuration files using Aspect Oriented Programming via Unity – Niraj Bhatt combines a few of the techniques I care about into one article for The CodeProject
- AJAX History and ASP.NET AJAX Preview 3 – Jim Wang showcases on eof the new ASP.NET Ajax features introduced in .NET 3.5 SP1
- Mono goes Accessible! – Miguel de Icaza highlights the first release of the accessibility features for Mono
- DDD is not all-or-nothing – Jimmy Bogard suggests to us that DDD doesn’t have to require all the patterns in the DDD books – you can pick and mix and still have something that resembles DDD.
- Real Life Single Responsibility Principle – Tim Barcz explores the single responsibility principle with a nice example from real life, looking at how easy it would be to break SRP but putting a good case for not doing so.
- Visiting Regex.Replace() Method And MatchEvaluator Delegate – Igor Brejc follows on from Phil Haack’s post yesterday about named string formatting functions with some exploration of some of the clever things regular expressions can do.
- Self Installing Windows Service – Kim shares some nice code for enabling a service to be installed, run in a console window, or un-installed easily
- Things that will impact concurrency & capacity behavior of WCF service (with simoultaneous client requests/connections) – Steven Cheng looks at a number of configuration related issues (both WCF and OS related) which can have a devastating effect on concurrency and capacity of a WCF Service
- Mind Your Freeze and Q’s – Charles Petzold explores the concept of Freezables in WPF, a derived class of Dependency Object, which adds further change tracking to the whole object graph of that object.
- Using extension methods on null objects – Sebastien Lambla talks about oen of the useful features of extension methods – you can call them on null instances, and shows a good use of this feature
- Do I put this method into a New Class? Decisions Decisions… – Dave Schinkel looks at some factors to consider when making this kind of architectural decision.
- Sessions – SQLBits goes Forth – 28 Mar 2009 – Manchester – Session Submission for SQL Bits 4 is now open – judging by the list of sessions proposed already its looking like this free (and local for me!) conference will be well worth while attending