Last year in Bermuda we had a new born, a NET community. The community has been created by some locals companies to attract developers, architects and analyst; but also anybody passionate of development. You can check-out the web site here: http://www.dnug.bm/. This month I will have the opportunity to present my two books: Applied WPF… Continue reading Speaking about WPF in Bermuda. | Raffaeu’s blog
The 9th of May 2012 at 2 p.m. (GMT +1) I will speak about Agile Architecture. The webinar will be registered and hosted by Typemock. This is the address to register: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/427749090 Below is the Agenda and you are still in time to add some little changes: What is Software Architecture What is Agile… Continue reading Speaking about Agile Architecture
Today it seems to be, for me, the day of the books review. The reason is because I am at home, for the Christmas holiday, and my wife is working. This means I have time to read my tech books and write some posts on my blog. What is scrum? The scrum is an agile… Continue reading Books review: Scrum techniques.
It has been a month now since my last post. Unfortunately I have been very busy in the office and more than that I also lost my old PC. Now, I bought a nice MacBookPro 13 with an SD disk and I cant complain at all about performances and robustness of my new laptop. As… Continue reading VMWare Fusion 3 or Parallels 5? My two cents.
If you start to work with Entity Framework 6 and a real Domain modeled following the SOLID principles and most common known rules of DDD (Domain Driven Design) you will also start to clash with some limits imposed by this ORM. Lets start with a classic example of a normal Entity that we define as… Continue reading Entity Framework 6 and Collections With DDD | Raffaeu’s blog
When I work in a project that implies Business Logic and Behaviors I usually prefer to write my unit tests using a Behavioral approach, because in this way I can easily projects my acceptance criteria into readable piece of code. Right now I am already on Visual Studio 2013 and I am struggling a bit… Continue reading BDD frameworks for NET | Raffaeu’s blog
As may People of you know, hurricane Bertha is coming really close to the east cost of Bermuda Island. Today I have been to Sandy’s beach to play kite-surf, because with the hurricane that is coming, the wind is perfect dangerous to play this crazy sport. In first I want to give you some information… Continue reading Hurricane Bertha and Bermuda, my first experience.
I guys finally I have some time to spent for you. During this days I was and also I’m too busy so as you can imagine I have not time to blog. Today I was to the Electricity Society for open my account. So if you are an emigrate you need: Passport Number and Passport… Continue reading Bermuda and Electricity.
Beginning ASP.NET MVC is for developers who have .NET and ASP.NET experience, but want to enhance their level of knowledge and need to learn about the MVC framework. The book is simple and basic in its approach, because it allows readers to learn the concepts in a straightforward, uncomplicated way, but it still assumes a… Continue reading Beginning ASP.NET MVC
One of the most useful function that I like in SQL Server is the FULL TEXT search. When you have a table or some tables with string fields, like VARCHAR or NVARCHAR, you know that running LIKE clause is CPU consuming. In order to run this example you must before activate the FULL TEXT search… Continue reading SQL Server, how to implement FULL TEXT search.