One of the things you usually end up wanting to configure on a case-to-case basis when using NHibernate is cascading – i.e. which relations should NHibernate take responsiblity for saving. An example could be in DDD terms where you have
…because I almost never agree with him! For instance, in this post – inspired by the book, Coders At Work – he describes the character he calls “the duct tape programmer”, who is the archetype of that annoyingly great programmer,
It’s weird, but it seems Microsoft are often very bad at designing UIs. One major FAIL in my opinion is their new Office Web Apps. Take a look at the following screenshots: They show clearly how wrong their new “ribbon”
Got the formatting placeholder indices mixed up a bit… R# to the rescue! Incredible piece of work!
Almost always, when writing even the simplest of systems, the need arises for some kind of event publishing/subscription mechanism. There are of course many ways to achieve this, but I have found that Castle Windsor can provide everything that I
Another book from Packt, that I got a chance to review, is ASP.NET 3.5 CMS Development. First I thought that this would be the book that showed me a genuine reference implementation of a CMS in ASP.NET, giving me the