Refresh database is an workflow that allows you to develop with a migrations framework, but deploy with SQL files. It’s more than that, it allows you to rapidly make changes to your environment and sync up with other teammates. When I am talking about environment, I mean your local development environment...
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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Imagine we are awhile into the future. How do you get open source releases down to your project so that you can use them? How do you get the products down to your computer so that you can use them? Is it easier or harder than the way we’ve always done it before? The Past and Present Before we can go...
Just before I emigrated to Australia, I took on a small contract to build a website for a UK company who wanted to start up a new kind of UK recruitment site, one where employers could advertise directly, and more specifically one where recruitment agencies couldn’t. The result was Empty Lemon...
Following Kevin Pang’s request on my last post regarding my problems getting NHibernate, NH Spatial and SQL Server Fulltext queries to work , I am finally getting around to giving some tips and pointers, and the code that Steve Strong of iMeta knocked up for me. I needed to get these things working...
As if my life wasn't boring enough trying to get S#arp Architecture 1.0 out the door...
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