Browsing Posts published in September, 2007

Since I’ll be in Austin for the ALT.NET Open Space Conference early next month, my friend, Jeffrey Palermo, asked me to give a talk at the Austin .NET User Group while I was in town. So without further ado… How does NHibernate enable a persistence ignorant domain model? Why would you want a persistence ignorant domain model? Why […]

My good friend and fellow plumber, John Bristowe, is on the road again, this time with the third installment of Microsoft Canada’s DNIC Tour. He’ll be in Calgary talking about how to incorporate the .NET Framework into your existing applications. Date: Thursday, September 27, 2007 from 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM Location: Nexen Conference Centre […]

I was recently asked, “What is the real story behind the name of C#?” Let’s take a quick stroll down memory lane and on the way we’ll answer that question… In the beginning – around 1997 – there was Project Lightning. I was also known as Project 42 because DevDiv (Microsoft’s Developer Division) lived (and still […]