Author Archives: Peter van Ooijen

Using nHibernate EventListeners to validate and audit data

In an application you would like to have maximum control over interaction with the database. In the ideal situation there is one single point where all data can be checked and monitored before it is sent to, or read from … Continue reading 

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Software components as a toy

For kids Christmas has a lot to do with toys. Looking forward to new ways to play. For me an as elder kid who still enjoys to toy around, aka as a software engineer, I want to reflect on the … Continue reading 

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Telerik, moving to Kendo

I’ve been pretty quiet lately. Spent all my time on our big app, working with the usual MVC, DDD, nHibernate and the like. Much to our content, so far we have managed to keep up with the ever changing landscape … Continue reading 

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.Net framework versions and dll hell

With .net version numbers increasing and increasing I recently encountered something which reminded me of dllhell. Which the .net framework promised to end. The nice part is that it already shows up at build time. Not at run time, leading … Continue reading 

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@model and beyond

In my previous post I had been fiddling with the html helper used in Razor views. Since then our custom html-extensions have been doing great things for our project. To mention some: Standardizing the look and feel. It is far … Continue reading 

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