• Clean Web.Config Files (VS 2010 and .NET 4.0 Series) – ScottGu begins a series of posts looking at Visual Studio 2010 / .NET 4 features. This first post looks at the improved Web.Config file, which after a number of releases adding clutter to these configuration files the team have cleared it all out of the way of your applications config, leaving you with clean config for just your settings
  • Law of Demeter is easy to spot when you need extra mocks – Richard Dingwall shows how friction setting up mocks is a sign of (and can be caused by) violations of the Law of Demeter
  • The good and the bad of exception filters – Mike Magruder talks about exception filtering, looking at how it works at the CLR Level, some for the unexpected way it behaves, and talking about why so few languages implement support for it
  • === vs == – Luis Abreu talks about the difference between the == and === operator in Javascript, and how using the === operator can, due to the lack of type coercion, lead to more understandable code / expected behavior.
  • Build Your Own Data Access Layer: Hydrating Entities – Davy Brion continues his series on building a custom DAL with a look at filling his entities with data and Ayende follows up with this post ‘a href=””>A guide into OR/M implementation challenges: Hydrating Entities to his shadow series looking at the NHibernate aspect of entity hydration
  • Requiring SSL For ASP.NET MVC Controllers – Dan Wahlin shows how using an ActionFilter Attribute you can force certain controllers to run on a SSL secured HTTPS connection in ASP.NET MVC
  • NerdDinner with Fluent NHibernate Part 2 – The mapping – ‘bengtbe’ continues the series of posts looking at replacing the NerdDinner sample projects data access with NHibernate using Fluent NHibernate. This part takes a look at the mapping process using Fluent NHibernate
  • ASP.NET MVC + MVC Contrib + Unit Testing – Patrick Steele works through building an ASP.NET MVC Controller Action with full unit tests, in a step by step manner using the MVC Contrib Test Helper to assist in the testing