This post is an update for all the enquires I got about the source code for my MVVM book published few days ago. (Please follow this thread: MVVM book). The book was planned to be published for the first week of April 2011 but it was already published this week due to the high demand… Continue reading Source code for my MVVM book.
Yesterday Microsoft has published, for all the Microsoft MSDN subscriber, the new service packs for Visual Studio 2008 and NET framework 3.5. The service pack for Visual Studio 2008 is here. The service pack for NET 3.5 is here. Additional Notes. I have installed first the Service Pack for the NET 3.5 that is not… Continue reading Microsoft Visual Studio and NET 3.5 Service pack.
It’s not easy to pick up your life and your family and start for a new adventure, but this is my idea! Many of you, can think ‘Why go out of Italy and start a new life in a really small Island like Bermuda is?’ You can find part of the answer in the photos… Continue reading Some nice shot can convince you.
Thursday, March 19, 2009 5:59 PM In the previous post we saw how to map an entity with a composite-id. Well but now if you have mapped an entity in this way and you need to create a collection of this entity or maybe you have a related child class that uses this primary keys… Continue reading NHibernate, collection with composite-id.
Finally I am excited and glad to let you know that my first book: Building Enterprise Applications with Windows® Presentation Foundation and the Model View ViewModel Pattern is out and available through the major IT books distributors like: www.amazon.com, kindle, www.oReilly.com and more. Distributors Please forgive me if I am missing some of my… Continue reading My book for Model View ViewModel (MVVM) and n-tier applications is out | Raffaeu’s blog
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
Tuesday, May 19, 2009 2:27 PM After all the rumors came up with Windows 7 RC and the new born Visual Studio 2010 and NET Framework 4.0 is necessary to download and test everything. Unfortunately until today I was using Virtual PC 2007 x64 bit on a hosting Windows Ultimate x64. As you cannot imagine,… Continue reading Hosting a 64 bit Operating system.
Sunday, January 31, 2010 1:53 PM I got a lot of e-mails from my readers (I am very happy for that) where they claim the fact that Its pretty hard to follow my tutorials because the actual version of SubText (my blog engine) doesnt allow any search. Unfortunately until the new version of SubText will… Continue reading UI Patterns tutorials. MVP, MVVM and Composite app with WPF.
Today we will see how WCF works and what are the best practices we should use in order to keep our application safe and maintainable. WCF startup. I assume that you know already what is WCF and what’s the difference between WCF and the old Web Service technology. If you don’t, this is a nice… Continue reading Build enterprise application with WPF, WCF, Entity Framework and Prism. Tutorial 05. | Raffaeu’s blog
An answer for people who make mountains out of molehills. First of all, what is Software Architecture and what is Agile. I need to provide a short and summary definition of both terms in order to avoid Barking up the wrong tree. The term software architecture intuitively denotes the high level structures of a software… Continue reading Software Architecture and Agile | Raffaeu’s blog