Monthly Archives: March 2009

Using NHibernate with multiple databases

I’ve been asked a couple of times about hooking up NHibernate with multiple databases. You may need to do so for sharding purposes or as a business function. For example, we allow customers to deploy multiple databases for verification and/or … Continue reading 

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The Bare Minimum

When it comes to project management, I tend to favor the less-is-more approach. For the most part, I think teams should be self-managed and organized. I’ve never seen project managers actually add value – they merely get in the way … Continue reading 

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Back to Basics: Interfaces

#karl_custom_4 code{color:#833;background:#fcfcfc;} #karl_custom_4 h4{margin:30px 0px 0px 0px;font-color:#fff;font-weight:bold;border-bottom:1px dashed #ccc;font-variant: small-caps} When it comes to object-oriented programming there are few concepts as basic and important as interfaces. Only recently though, and at a snails pace, have .NET developers started to take … Continue reading 

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