Archive for October, 2013

In The Brain of Udi Dahan: June Q&A

Posted: 21st October 2013 by Iulian Margarintescu in General
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Udi Dahan — lead of the NServiceBus project, iphone 7 case outlet uk and one of a small number of experts in Europe recognized by the International .NET Association (INETA) — will give a lead an intimate Q&A… Continue reading

The Repository Pattern

Posted: 19th October 2013 by Iulian Margarintescu in Architecture
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My views on the Repository Pattern.

It is a common mistake to consider the Repository pattern a generic “good practice”… Continue reading

As a customer has just specifically requested me to “Check – No locks on tables’ join while processing data”, outlet iphone xs case online and as a few previous projects I’ve worked on had a lot of “WITH (NOLOCK)” ‘s scattered all over the place… Continue reading

The Future of Programming

Posted: 13th October 2013 by Iulian Margarintescu in General
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Very insightful talk from Bret Victor about the “future of programming”… Continue reading

Another great article by Rob Ashton

Posted: 8th October 2013 by Iulian Margarintescu in General
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This attitude is what makes people like that able to get on and and do

Linq for .Net 2.0

Posted: 4th October 2013 by Vladimir in General

LINQBridge is a re-implementation of all the standard query operators in Framework 3.5′s System.Linq.Enumerable class targeted to 2.0 Framework.

Read more about it here .

 

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Excelent video about distributed systems

Posted: 1st October 2013 by Iulian Margarintescu in General
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This video describes some of the common problems in distributed systems.

You might get an idea about how complicated building such systems is, outlet iphone 8 case and also a few ways of thinking about them… Continue reading