Monthly Archives: July 2008

Alt.Net UK September

We are pleased to announce that the Alt.Net UK Conference will be returning in September, and that there will be room for more attendees this time!The plan is host the event at Conway Hall in London and our thinking is … Continue reading 

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TDD and Hard to Test Areas, Part1

  TDD and Hard-To-Test Areas I wanted to talk about the issues that people get when they begin working with TDD, the same issues that tend to make them abandon TDD after an initial experiment. Those are the ‘hard-to-test’ areas, … Continue reading 

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Showing some support for LINQ to SQL

While I have finished my series on LINQ to SQL I wanted to talk about some of the reaction. In his summary post of 30 June Roger Jennings mentions his concerns that because the SQL Server Data Programmability group, who … Continue reading 

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Architecting Linq to SQL, part 10

 Previously: Architecting Linq to SQL, part 9 End of the line This is intended to be the last part in this series and I wanted to take the opportunity to talk about a number of related if diverse topics. I … Continue reading 

Posted in Architecture, LINQ, Object-Orientation, ORM | 15 Comments

Alt.Net events in London

Danny over at the Alt.Net yahoo group asked about events in London. I thought I would publicize more widely for folks that do not know what is on offer. I run the London .NET user group. We have covered … Continue reading 

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