Easy and Instant deployments and instant scale for .NET? Awhile back a few of us were looking at Ruby Gems as the answer to package management for .NET . The gems platform supported the concept of DLLs as packages although some changes would have needed to happen to have long term use for the entire...
Rob Reynolds - The Fervent Coder
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The Ruby community has enjoyed a great user experience with a package management system they use called Gems. A gem is a package (or a library), compressed with some additional metadata, and can be either source files or binaries. Let’s focus on binary gems. We have the same concept in .NET (DLLs...
Chuck Norris doesn’t program with a keyboard. He stares the computer down until it does what he wants. All things need a name. We’ve tossed around a bunch of names for the framework of tools we’ve been working on, but one we kept coming back to was Chuck Norris. Why did we choose Chuck Norris...
What if there was a tool out there that could let you specify a structure for a project (visual studio solution + everything else) and save you up to 3+ hours of work every time you started a new project? Warmup was an idea by Dru Sellers to remove all of the setup work required every time you set up...
This last year I had a focus to get more involved in Open Source (OSS). The year before I had been involved a little by submitting a patch here and there, but 2009 was a big year for me in OSS. I now manage 4 open source projects that have solved a need for me and others. Coming up on the end of the...