Incredible. If you remember one years ago there was a terrible incident in London underground for the terrorism. Since that accident, London Customs has restricted so much their immigration policy and also their Customs rules. The most incredible fact is that they didn`t accept one of my Portable USB HardDisk of 20 Gbyte. They say… Continue reading London Customs, learn from experience.
One thing that I want to describe It’s the large difference there’s from Italy to Bermuda regarding clothes Prices. Yep It’ true. In Italy you can buy a new Shirt on Benetton for less than 20 USD, but I see that in Bermuda there is a Benetton shop that sell the same shirt at 200… Continue reading Difference Clothing Pirces from Italy to BM
I am always wondering where I was the day they distributed the Magic Wand. I mean, every time I join a new Team/Project I always have to carry with me a set of tools that make my job easier. Some of these tools are within Visual Studio, some are pre-defined architecture diagrams that I created… Continue reading Where is the Magic wand? | Raffaeu’s blog
Thursday, March 19, 2009 11:23 AM Im working with the new version (2.0 GA) of NHibernate. The problem I have encountered today is about the composite-id. Lets say we have an entity that doesnt have a personal id field. We dont want to use the GUID or any other auto id generator class. We must… Continue reading NHibernate and the composite-id.
Today we will build the skeleton of our application using the latest version of Prism, available in this section of MSDN: Prism February 2009. One of the reasons that I didn’t write anything concrete until now is the fact that I knew that the new version of Prism was coming this month. The classic Hello… Continue reading Build enterprise application with WPF, WCF, Prism and Entity Framework. Tutorial 08.
I have been busy for a while writing my two books about MVVM and WPF but I am almost done so be ready to get more posts in the next months. This one is the first of a series that I will write to solve the state pattern issue. Today I want to start to… Continue reading State pattern using C#. Part 01
In this series of articles we saw how the cache system is implemented in NHibernate and what can we do in order to use it. We also saw that we can choose a cache provider but we didnt have a look yet at what providers we can use. I personally have my own opinion about… Continue reading NHibernate cache system. Part 3
I just got these considerations about virtualizing SQL Server on VMWare from my Boss and I would like to share them with you. General comments on problems encountered and why people not virtualizing SQL Storage ( most people just do not have enough spindles to start with and then when people consolidate they use less… Continue reading Virtualizing SQL Server, some tips.
Tuesday, July 07, 2009 6:10 PM Today I want to break-out my series of posts about WPF to talk about an interesting design pattern. The Inversion of Control or Dependency Injection. You can find a clear definition at this address: Martin Fowler. What is it the Dependency Injection? The dependency injection is a way to… Continue reading Inversion of Control with NET Framework.
Before starting to view in depth our model, or to design the views, I want to complete the DAL layer. Now that we have our unit of work implementation and our data context we need to implement a couple of repositories. If you want to view how it should work a repository, I suggest this… Continue reading WPF and MVVM tutorial 03, The user repository.