Last week I have completed my first group of lessons at the Iko course. The level are tree: Discovery, Intermediate, Independent. When you take the first lessons about the Discovery level, you don’t need a kite because your teacher will give you everything. But when you start the intermediate level, you start with kiting; and… Continue reading My Kite-Surf equipment.
In these series of articles I will show you how to build an enterprise application using the most recent Microsofts technologies like: WPF with PRISM for the UI, Entity Framework for the Data Layer and WCF for the persistence service. Specifications. We will build a 3 tiers application that will spread the responsibility through 3… Continue reading Build enterprise application with WPF, WCF, Entity Framework and Prism. Tutorial 01.
A subquery is a query that is nested into another query. When you work with T-SQL you have different ways to use subqueries, and every method has different performance results. Our example is a Database with two tables, take a look on the image below: In this case we have a main table Employee… Continue reading SQL server, write correlated subqueries.
I had a request from one of my blog’s reader (Bastien) that I can’t skip. Last week he asked me to write a short article on how to implement the Model View Presenter with Windows form. So let’s skip for a while my series of articles about Prism and let’s see what is the MVP… Continue reading The Model View Presenter pattern with .NET. | Raffaeus Blog
During one of my tour around the City of Hamilton, Me and my wife we have found a really small and strange alley. Inside you can find any sort of strange shop. I was really suggested about the paint made by a local painter here in Hamilton. Unfortunately I don’t remember the name but I… Continue reading A local Bermuda Painter
A couple of months ago, I have installed a Windows server 2003 R2 x64 Enterprise with SQL Server 2008 x64 Standard with all the services and I was very surprised about the performance. After a while, I have prepared another server with TFS and Windows 2008 in x64 version, with Office Sharepoint x64, and WOW,… Continue reading x64 Bit can change your life.
In these days I have been busy in the office by implementing a mechanism of C.I. (Continuous Integration) by releasing some facilities assemblies so that the developers that are working with me will be able to work always with the latest version of a specific .dll. One of the most important thing I noticed when… Continue reading VSDocMan reviewAuto generate VS Help | Raffaeu’s blog
In the previous post we saw how to provide Inversion of Control capabilities to a WCF service. Thats pretty cool but unfortunately it requires a big refactoring if you plan to apply the Dependency Inversion pattern on an existing WCF project. Today we will see an interesting alternative provided by Castle project. If you are… Continue reading Castle WCF Facility | Raffaeu’s blog
Una delle prime priorità quando abbiamo sviluppato IIS 7 fu quella di consentire una estensibilità della piattaforma per consentire agli sviluppatori di costruire velocemente plug-in ed estenderli sul web server. Questa estensibilità viene fornita a riga di comando (scenari come IIS7 Bit Rate Throttler) nella configurazione di sistema (consente agli sviluppatori di creare nuovi schema… Continue reading Statistiche di Log, Database e altre novità per IIS 7.0
Around the web there is a lot of noise about CQRS and Event sourcing. Almost everybody involved in a layered application is now trying to see if CQRS can fit in its current platform. I also found some nice tutorial series about CQRS and some good explanation of event sourcing but what I didnt see… Continue reading CQRS in brief | Raffaeu’s blog