Browsing Posts published in November, 2007

Thanks to everyone who attended my Ignite Your Coding webcast. I enjoyed sharing a small sampling of the wealth of tools available for the Windows and .NET developer. For those of you who missed the webcast (or would like to watch it again), it’s available on-demand here. Below you will find a list of links […]

In a domain model, you will sometimes encounter immutable data – objects that can only be read from a database, but never modified. The question is how to test your persistence layer to ensure that you can read them. One way is to hard code values into your tests and assume that the appropriate rows are […]

MSDN Canada is presenting a weekly webcast series called Ignite Your Coding starting Tuesday, November 6, 2007. I will be presenting the second webcast in the series on Tuesday, November 13, 2007 from : Frameworks and Tools for the Windows Developer Numerous frameworks and tools exist to help developers be more productive when building applications on […]

Here are the code samples from some recent presentations… Alberta Architect Forum 2007 – Creating Flexible Software Austin .NET User Group – The NHibernate Mafia and the Persistent Ignorant Domain Model Edmonton Code Camp 2007 – Building Applications Using ALT.NET Thanks to everyone for attending the sessions, asking questions, and providing feedback.