Just a little OT to keep you up to date also about my private life (if anyone of you cares ). Last Friday we got a new member in our family, after we lost our precious Doberman after 10 years, we decided to move forward and forget the drama by getting a new dog.… Continue reading A Devil in the house | Raffaeu’s blog
I am very excited about this new series I am publishing today. Its all about caching, a very useful portion of your architecture that should be seriously taken into consideration, especially if you are designing a web application. Actually, I used NCache with NHibernate and I can only say that it is a very good… Continue reading NCache with .NET 4
In the previous post we saw how the cache system is structured in NHibernate and how it works. We saw that we have different methods to play with the cache (Evict, Clear, Flush ) and they are all associated with the ISession object because the cache of level 1 is associated with the lifecycle of… Continue reading NHibernate cache system. Part 2
In a previous post I have explained how to get started with Polymer 1.0 and Webstorm 11. Unfortunately WebStorm is a paid product and not all of my followers can purchase a license (me neither, I am trying to see if JetBrains will grant me a teacher license for free). So, I decided to create… Continue reading Get started with Polymer 1.0 and Sublime Text 3.0 | Raffaeu’s blog
My friend Simone Chiaretta is writing his first book about Beginning ASP.NET MVC in collaboration with Keyvan. The book will be targeted to the developers that are not really focused on the MVC framework. This framework is new in Microsoft and it is still in a Beta version but personally, Im using it and… Continue reading Beginning ASP.NET MVC, by Simone Chiaretta. | Raffaeu’s blog
Friday, May 02, 2008 6:12 AM As many of you know, I’m Italian and I’m relocated in Bermuda. So I want to talk about the experience of obtain a work permit (temporary, for only 3 months) in Bermuda and what’s happen here in Italy! In Bermuda you MUST have a work before ask for a… Continue reading Bermuda Immigration, fantastic efficienty!
This sentence should not be misunderstood. I’m not back to Italy but I can finally say I’m back to my blog. In these last months I was and I’m still a little bit busy. Working on a new system I designed with MS SQL 2008 and Reporting Services with Integration Services has keep me busy… Continue reading I’m back, after a long time.
Last month (21st of July 2011) I spoke at the Bermuda NET Event Migrating WinForm applications to WPF/Silverlight. This has been for me the first NET Event in Bermuda but for sure it will not be the last one. We are planning to have a new event this autumn where we will touch other topics… Continue reading NET EventMigrating WinForm application | Raffaeu’s blog
Polymer 1.0 comes with plenty of available components, especially if you are going to implement Material Design. The only problem is that they implement the default style which usually doesnt fit with mine. In this post I want to show you multiple options of customizing a Polymer component together with the help of Polymer 1.0… Continue reading Polymer 1.0Customize Style of existing components | Raffaeu’s blog
This guide is made for who already has SubText installed and wants to upgrade to the latest release, the V 2.0. Pre-requisite. First of all, starting from the version 1.9 subtext requires the ASP.NET 2.0 so be sure that your web server, or your hosting provider can give you the way to change the ASP.NET… Continue reading Upgrade to SubText V 2.0.