Last week I presented a webinar about Agile Architecture and I got an unexpected positive feedback from it. First it was unexpected because I didnt expect to get lot of people interested in this particular topic. Second it was unexpected because I am still at the beginning of my teaching career and presenting webinars so… Continue reading Agile Architecture.
In this post I want to finally give a working solution that allows you to achieve all this variations of the status. Except for the first solution which is the default layout of Android, so if you dont want to comply to the Material Design Guidelines just leave the status bar black colored. Change the… Continue reading Android and the transparent status bar | Raffaeu’s blogRaffaeu’s blog
In this days I am working hard with LINQ to SQL, that in my opinion is still better then the EF beta 4, for just a couple of fundamental reasons: Better support to the pattern Active Record. Instead of Entity Framework LINQ allows me to draw any kind of relationship from one entity to another… Continue reading LinQ to SQL, help to write better code.
With TFS we can have two different type of Build, local or remote. A remote build in triggered on a controller that doesnt reside on your local PC. A local build is triggered on your local dev agent and it can also be hidden from the main queue build repository. The scenario My scenario is… Continue reading TFS 2013 Create a local build | Raffaeu’s blog
This is a fantastic site for your small commerce activity. Im a Microsoft Senior Dev and also a Database Admin so I can talk with knowledge about techical arguments. So I want to make some point of interest about technical properties of Sell.bm web portal and the reason because for me, you have to try… Continue reading What I love about sell.bm! | Raffaeu’s blog
In the previous posts we saw the basic of our project, the model (domain entities) and a simple repository. Note: please note that the sample I wrote about an agnostic UnitOfWork is just to show you a simple pattern to handle L2S but it can be done better. The ViewModel. What is the view model?… Continue reading WPF and MVVM tutorial 04, The Commands.
Right now I am working on a CQRS project, and I am using WCF as my web service technology. In this project I decided to challenge myself and make a full TDD project. The first big problem I found was to simulate a real web server, because I didnt want to hit a production or… Continue reading TDD a WCF service, is it possible?
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.