I still feel like I’m playing catch up from last week, so apologies if you’ve seen some of these already.


FlexWiki Version 2 Released – My favourite .NET wiki has been updated to version 2. This version includes a number of interesting enchancements – for me the database backend is the most significant.

Draco.Ignition Application Framework – A complete application framework designed in Visual Studio 2008 – these are the types of project I love to have a look into as you nearly always learn something useful by looking at the design and reading the source

SubSonic: Version 2.1 (Pakala) Preview: The New Query Tool – Rob Conery gives an over view of all the functionality of the latest preview release of SubSonic


Visual Studio 2008 New Multi-Threaded Debugging Feature – An overview of the new Multi threaded debugger in VS 2008

Be careful outputting strings in ASP.NET MVC – Ben Scheirman reminds developers about the dangers of not escaping your output

Large file uploads in ASP.NET – Jon Galloway covers a number of different ways of uploading large files to your ASP.NET application

Messing around with various ORMs – David Tchepak gathers together his series of articles on different ORMs – Covering the general getting started type topics for each of SubSonic, NHibernate, LinkToSql, ADO.NET Entity Framework and Castle Active record.

Don’t fear the Linq Query… it’s often a variation of a foreach loop – Jay Kimble shows how LINQ can be used to simplify every day processing of sets of results

File System Transactions – still a problem area? – A discussion of how file system operations can be made transactional

Designing a Generic Database Layer – If often useful to remember that not everyone uses ORM these days – Jesse Ezell talks about a few different methods of doing data access

.NET Framework 3.5 Namespace poster Updated – Sometimes its very useful to see all the methods somewhere physical – the .NET framework posters have had a few minor modifications, and are now available in a number of different formats