Monthly Archives: January 2007

South Florida Code Camp 2007 Presentations – Web Client Software Factory and Validation Application Block

I will be speaking at the South Florida Code Camp on Saturday, February 10th, 2007. You can register here. I will be presenting the Web Client Software Factory in the following session: Build Better Websites Faster Using the Web Client … Continue reading 

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Validation Application Block Presentation and New Features – Enterprise Library 3.0

Validation Application Block Presentation and New Features – Enterprise Library 3.0 by David Hayden   I presented the new Validation Application Block in Enterprise Library 3.0 last night to the Sarasota .NET Developers Group. An expected 1 hour presentation turned into 2 … Continue reading 

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ObjectBuilder Dependency Injection Framework – Poor Undocumented Little Soul :)

I had it in my mind a couple days ago that I was going to learn more about ObjectBuilder since it plays a pretty important role in a number of the frameworks and factories coming out of Microsoft Patterns and … Continue reading 

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Enterprise Library 3.0 Presentation: Validation Application Block and Application Block Software Factory

I will be presenting Enterprise Library 3.0 at the next Sarasota .NET Developer Group Meeting on Tuesday, January 23, 2007 at 6pm. Location: Sarasota Community Foundation, located at 2635 Fruitville Rd., Sarasota, FL 34237 (just west of Tuttle on the … Continue reading 

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Web Client Software Factory – Great Design Pattern Examples, Model-View-Presenter, Dependency Injection, Workflow

Web Client Software Factory – Great Design Pattern Examples, Model-View-Presenter, Dependency Injection, Workflow by David Hayden   I am surprised more people aren't talking about the Web Client Software Factory (WCSF) that was released last Friday. Even if you don't … Continue reading 

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Podcast and Screencast Gear Recommendations?

I am playing with the idea of doing a little podcasting and screencasting to supplement my blog posts and did not realize what I was getting myself into. Everybody and their brother is recommending a room full of near-broadcast-quality audio gear … Continue reading 

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C# 3.0 Collection Initializers – Why the Change in Syntax?

I won't lose any sleep over this :), but earlier I wrote a post, C# 3.0 Features – A Brief Mindwalk…, where I talked about a number of new C# 3.0 features, including C# 3.0 Collection Initializers. Up to this … Continue reading 

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