Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Monday, December 13, 2010
link -> Using JSON.NET as a default serializer in WCF HTTP/Web/REST (vNext) - Christian Weyer's Blog
Just yesterday a client walked up to me and asked how to replace the default JSON serializer in WCF’s web programming model (whether in .NET 3.5 or 4.0). Honestly, this is not too easy – if you aim at adding a different JSON engine - like the wonderful JSON.NET – to the WCF pipeline you won’t have too much fun. A lot of plumbing works needs to be done. A more practical approach is to use Message or Stream as the response/request type and apply the serialization/deserialization inside the service façade operation implementation. I thought there should be an easier...
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Friday, December 10, 2010
Sunday, December 5, 2010
Brown bags, Circles, Top Code and Lanterns: Knowledge Management in Scrum - a session at Øredev 2010
link -> Brown bags, Circles, Top Code and Lanterns: Knowledge Management in Scrum - a session at Øredev 2010
This company seems serious about training their employees.
link -> 19 1/2 Things to Make You a Better Object Oriented Programmer - Greg Young on Vimeo
I feel like I only understood about 30% of that. I think I am an OO newbie. He recommends reading the OO books from the 80s by people like Booch or Meyer.
Saturday, December 4, 2010
link -> Agile Release Planning from Top to Bottom - a session at Øredev 2010
Oredev talk. Interesting ideas on stories vs MMFs. Really cool risk adjusted burn up chart.
Friday, December 3, 2010
link -> Math Geek Coder: Advanced Domain Model queries using Linq
Apparently a lot of people have tried to solve this problem.
Thursday, December 2, 2010
link -> Client-side properties and any remote LINQ provider » DamienG
A .NET developer in Redmond
Cool way to get properties to translate to SQL