- SubSonic 3.0 is Released – Rob Conery announces the release of SubSonic 3.0, a mature ORM project, which with this new release brings in a number of great features such as Linq Support, templating, a simple respository implementation, and plenty of new documentation
- WSCF blue: Beta-1 – Santosh Benjamin announces the first Beta release of WSCF-Blue, a WCF version of the well known WSCF (Web Services Contract First) tool, enabling you to more easily create WCF web services from WSDL/XSD
- DinnerNow.net 3.0 for Visual Studio 2008 SP1 and .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 is here! – Habib Heydarian announces the release of the DinnerNow.net 3.0 SampleApplication, updated for Visual Studio 2008 SP1 and .NET 3.5 SP1, including some code clean up, a number of bugfixes, and some updates for support of latest updates
- Why Do We Keep Building Tightly Coupled Software? – Justin Etheredge looks into why we are still building software in a tightly coupled fashion, looking at the different viewpoints which contribute to this.
- WPF Multithreading: Using the BackgroundWorker and Reporting the Progress to the UI. – Brian Lagunas looks at how you can use the Background worker to run long running tasks and have your WPF based user interface updated with progress
- Evil code of the day – Jon Skeet looks at and interesting ‘feature’ of the C# 4 language and named parameters in derived classes. Take a close look at the code, it took me a moment to see what was going on
- Lessons in Software from James Waletzky – James Waletzky shares 10 lessons about building software he has learnt over his years as a developer
- Porting DinnerNow.NET to Azure – Vishwas Lele talks about his experience of porting a part of the DinnerNow sample application to run on the Windows Azure platform
- PhyreSharp runs on the PS3 – Mono really is getting everywhere, as Miguel de Icaza briefly shares the news that the Mono bindings to the Sony PhyreEngine game engine have now run successfully for the first time
- How not to do Dependency Injection, in NerdDinner – Jimmy Bogard discovers a common Dependency injection anti pattern in the NerdDinner sample application, and set about showing how it can be fixed
- Protecting Your Application From Remote Problems – Davy Brion talks about the importance of insulating your applications from problems in the remote systems they call, and looks at the concept of the Circuit Breaker.
- Testable software is good software – video is online – Gojko Adzic shares the video footage taken at the Agile Testing Event held at SkillsMatter of Dave Evans and Mike Scott talking on Testable Software. Gojko also shares the video of his talk ‘DDD in a distributed world‘ from the DDD Exchange 09 event
- Screenshot in 2 Clicks using .NET – Shoban Kumar shows how you can easily take screen shots in your windows based applications
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