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  • Page Lifecycle Study : Part One- The Project

    This is one of those posts that pains me to write. I blame Monorail for the pain that I am now acutely aware of in working with the Web Forms model in ASP.NET. But that's a whole other post... Dealing with the events that take place in the lifetime of a Page in WebForms is tricky once you get beyond...
    Posted to Mike Nichols - Son Of Nun Technology by Michael Nichols on 10-04-2007
    Filed under: featured, ASP.NET
  • What I Learned From X That Makes Me a Better Programmer in Y

    Reginald Braithwaite says he'd love to hear stories about how programmers learned concepts from one language that made them better in another . This pretty neatly coincides with a post I've been meaning to make for months, so I might as well just get on with it and write something (because as...
    Posted to Jeff Perrin - Sexier Than You Are by Jeff Perrin on 10-03-2007
    Filed under: Development, Patterns, featured
  • Why I believe IN and WRITE unit tests

    In my last post I think I struck a cord with some people in my post 'Unit tests taking too much time'. My intent was NOT to sound like an elitist Agilist or any else of that nature. My intent was simply to put a post out there about the misperception (in my opinion) about how writing unit tests...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 10-01-2007
    Filed under: Development, Agile, Methodology, TDD, Opinion, Featured
  • WCF and NHibernate

    If you've tried to pass NHibernate objects over the wire using a webservice before, you know how painful it can be. But what about WCF? Can it ease your pain? Well, yes, of course it can. This wouldn't be a very interesting post if the answer was no. There are three main issues that needed to...
    Posted to Alan Northam by anortham on 09-25-2007
    Filed under: NHibernate, WCF, Serialization, Featured
  • Updating List Information in SharePoint via Web Services

    In my continued learning on SharePoint and how to manipulate the data stored in SharePoint I thought I would post on how to perform updates on existing data inside a document library. When performing an update on data inside of SharePoint there are a few steps that need to happen to make your journey...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 09-19-2007
    Filed under: Development, HowTo, SharePoint, Featured
  • Page Lifecycle Study : Part One- The Project

    This is one of those posts that pains me to write. I blame Monorail for the pain that I am now acutely aware of in working with the Web Forms model in ASP.NET. But that's a whole other post... Dealing with the events that take place in the lifetime of a Page in WebForms is tricky once you get beyond...
    Posted to Mike Nichols - Son Of Nun Technology by Michael Nichols on 10-04-2007
    Filed under: featured, ASP.NET
  • What I Learned From X That Makes Me a Better Programmer in Y

    Reginald Braithwaite says he'd love to hear stories about how programmers learned concepts from one language that made them better in another . This pretty neatly coincides with a post I've been meaning to make for months, so I might as well just get on with it and write something (because as...
    Posted to Jeff Perrin - Sexier Than You Are by Jeff Perrin on 10-03-2007
    Filed under: Development, Patterns, featured
  • Why I believe IN and WRITE unit tests

    In my last post I think I struck a cord with some people in my post 'Unit tests taking too much time'. My intent was NOT to sound like an elitist Agilist or any else of that nature. My intent was simply to put a post out there about the misperception (in my opinion) about how writing unit tests...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 10-01-2007
    Filed under: Development, Agile, Methodology, TDD, Opinion, Featured
  • WCF and NHibernate

    If you've tried to pass NHibernate objects over the wire using a webservice before, you know how painful it can be. But what about WCF? Can it ease your pain? Well, yes, of course it can. This wouldn't be a very interesting post if the answer was no. There are three main issues that needed to...
    Posted to Alan Northam by anortham on 09-25-2007
    Filed under: NHibernate, WCF, Serialization, Featured
  • Updating List Information in SharePoint via Web Services

    In my continued learning on SharePoint and how to manipulate the data stored in SharePoint I thought I would post on how to perform updates on existing data inside a document library. When performing an update on data inside of SharePoint there are a few steps that need to happen to make your journey...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 09-19-2007
    Filed under: Development, HowTo, SharePoint, Featured
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