Monthly Archives: March 2007

Enterprise Library 3.0 Webcast Worth Viewing

I totally screwed up the date and was all ready to watch the Enterprise Library 3.0 Webcast today only to realize it was yesterday. Luckily I was able to watch the on-demand version during lunch. Tom and Ed did a nice … Continue reading 

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Extension Methods in C# 3.0 – Shiny New Hammer Looking for a Nail :)

Scott Guthrie wrote a post on Extension Methods, called New "Orcas" Language Feature: Extension Methods, which used a similar example of Extension Methods I wrote in a post last year, called Extension Methods in C# 3.0 – C# Tutorials and … Continue reading 

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Orlando Code Camp Rocked!

I packed up the wife and children and drove to Orlando this weekend to present at the 2nd Annual Orlando Code Camp. We made a mini-vacation of it and arrived 2 days early to go to Sea World and Universal Studios. Actually, the wife and … Continue reading 

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Orlando Code Camp This Saturday – Enterprise Library and Web Client Software Factory

I will be at the Orlando Code Camp this Saturday presenting 2 topics I am very passionate about: Enterprise Library 3.0 Web Client Software Factory If you are interested in developer productivity while maintaining high quality and easy-to-main ASP.NET Web … Continue reading 

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MonoRail – Love that Windsor Integration

The Castle Team really needs to show off the Windsor Integration in their MonoRail Getting Started Sample Download because I think it is a really sweet feature. It is in the documentation, but a far more beautiful thing to see in action The fact that … Continue reading 

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Web Client Software Factory – MonoRail – Future Deliverables and Directions?

I have been using the Web Client Software Factory ( WCSF ) since its release and have been impressed with its list of services. Of course, I also have no experience with Ruby on Rails and MonoRail to compare it with and … Continue reading 

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Windsor AOP – Policy Injection Application Block – Best Way to Use Windsor AOP?

Ayende introduced me to a part of Windsor that I never knew existed – the ability to do both Dependency Injection and AOP! The combination is very, very exciting and has been on my mind ever since the release of the Enterprise Library … Continue reading 

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Policy Injection Application Block – ObjectBuilder – Dependency Injection

Policy Injection Application Block – ObjectBuilder – Dependency Injection by David Hayden, Filed: Enterprise Library 3.0   As I mentioned earlier, the February 2007 CTP of Enterprise Library 3.0 was released on Feb 28 and it introduces a new application … Continue reading 

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Enterprise Library 3.0 February 2007 CTP Released

Microsoft Patterns and Practices released the Enterprise Library 3.0 February 2007 CTP last night. A few things make this a very significant release: It is the last CTP before RTM All the blocks are Release Candidates except for the Policy … Continue reading 

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