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  • Introducing 'Caliburn': An MVC/MVP WPF Framework

    Caliburn is a WPF framework geared towards the creation of testable, maintainable and extensible client applications. It has strong support for MVC/MVP as well as many other features useful in the creation of a modern Windows application. I started building an early version of this framework in the first...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 01-07-2008
    Filed under: WPF, .NET 3.0, Xaml, .NET 3.5, Caliburn, Featured
  • Things to think about if you want to be a consultant

    I was chatting a buddy recently and he was thinking about making the jump to the consulting world (not solo, through a consulting firm). As he has never been a consultant I gave him my 2cents on questions to ask during the interview as well as things he has to accept before making the jump. Questions...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 01-02-2008
    Filed under: Opinion, Featured
  • Developer's Vista Setup

    Moving to a new machine can be like moving from a house you've lived in a long time...you just take things for granted after a while that you have set up. I got a new machine with Vista on it and decided to just start all over again installing only those things I really USE. Along the way, I had...
    Posted to Mike Nichols - Son Of Nun Technology by Michael Nichols on 12-06-2007
    Filed under: featured
  • Analyzing NHibernate.dll with NDepend

    I'd like give a big thanks to Patrick Smacchia for offering me a free license for NDepend , a code analysis tool. I've spent the past couple days experimenting, watching tutorial videos , reading his articles, and running the tool against my work project and also NHibernate , for which I am an...
    Posted to The Bolla Blog by Jim Bolla on 12-01-2007
    Filed under: Featured, tools, NDepend, NHibernate, metrics
  • UDDI is (Not) Dead?

    Over year ago Ed Gibbs asked the same question. Well it wasn't question maybe, however point is that UDDI may not be such dead yet. Some time ago I dug out that and I think it still can be useful. There are some conclusions. A bit of history For sure it's one of many forgotten technologies that...
    Posted to Lazy Developer by Jimmy on 11-15-2007
    Filed under: Web Services, Architecture, featured
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