Note: Starting from the 15th of April 2011 until the 6th of May 2011 I will be off-island. During this period I will not have access to the internet so I will not able to approve you comments or either to read and answer them. You can try to send me an e-mail using the… Continue reading Updates for April/May 2011
The book is Beginning ASP.NET MVC 1.0, edited by Wrox, available on Amazon.com at this address for the price of 31.49 USD. I am going to write a review of this book because, first of all, I know Simone and his professionalism. Second, because I am working now on an ASP.NET MVC project in my… Continue reading Book review: Beginning ASP.NET MVC 1.0 | Raffaeu’s blog
Friday, July 01, 2011 11:49 PM | Leave a reply » Note for purists: In this tutorial I am showing you a simplified example of a Unit of Work and a Repository, please do not care about the complexity or simplicity of these objects but look at the TypeMock implementations. We are now at… Continue reading TypeMock tutorial #03. Control behaviors.
In this series of articles I will try to explain you how NHibernate cache system works and how it should be used in order to get the best performance/configuration from this product. Introduction Architecture Cache Level 1 mechanism Load and Get, whats the difference Session maintenance: Evict, Flush and Clear 2nd Level Cache Architecture Configuration… Continue reading NHibernate cache system. Part 1 | Raffaeu’s blog
Create the test project The first step is to create a new Visual Studio 2010 Visual C# class library project and call it TypeMockDemo.Fixture and add the following references to it: The references are pointing to: my TDD framework nUnit (you can work with any TDD framework but I personally found nUnit to be… Continue reading TypeMock tutorial #02. Object creation.
This is the first of 3/4 posts about the implementation of the UI Validation in a Windows Form application using the MVP Pattern. In order to be able to follow my article you must have and know: Microsoft Enterprise Library UI Validation, available at this link. Basic knowledge of the MVP pattern. Analysis. First of… Continue reading UI Validation with the MVP pattern. #Part01.
After one week that my book about LOB applications has been published I started to receive some additional questions that I am trying to address in this post. First of all I want to thank all the guys and girls that are buying the book and all the people that are providing feedbacks for the… Continue reading Updates for my Microsoft Book
VMWare workstation is a very good product for basic virtualizations, like having a personal netowork, implement a testing environment, test new products and/or operating systems. You can download an evaluation version of VMWare Workstation 6.5, available also to support Windows 7 and x64 guest operating system. Windows 7 and NET Framework 4.0 What I love… Continue reading VMWare Workstation, bridge network and Windows 7.
The first problems I always encounter when I design a scalable, multi-tier application are: Work on a disconnected environment but be able to work with the data previously downloaded. Keep always the data up to date, notify the users when the data changes. Threading and UI performances, do not provide frozen screen when the user… Continue reading Build enterprise application with WPF, WCF, Entity Framework and Prism. Tutorial 04.
If you are working on a Mobile application (using mobile CSS, native Android SDK or native iOS SDK) the first problem you are going to face is the difference between the various screen sizes. For example, if you work with Android you will notice that different devices have different screen resolutions. Android categorize these devices… Continue reading Understand Density Independent Pixels (DPI) | Raffaeu’s blog