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| | Use Common Instance Factory to Abstract Away the Dependency Injection Container
Until recently, I was content to select a DI container, based on its features and ease-of-use, and learn to live with it. In his article, Inversion of Control Containers and the Dependency Injection Pattern , Martin Fowler describes some of the weaknesses of the service locator anti-pattern. Download the Common Instance Factory with WCF Extensions here and is also available on NuGet. They key to making it all work is the use of Dependency Injection , also known as Inversion of Control, to delegate creation of types to an external container. Ah, but there’s a problem. DevelopMentor Courses - Wednesday, May 23, 2012
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| | Announcing LearningLine: Instructor-led online training from DevelopMentor
This is why LearningLine uses multiple learning modalities including videos, articles, code demos, and exercises. You have full access to our content, and platform, to create your own custom learning that suits your team and project. You can annotate our content and add your own internal learning material to make learning directly relevant for your team. YouTube (featuring some of our content freely available). I am very proud to announce an exciting new online learning platform from DevelopMentor : [link]. You can get more details at [link]. We learn by doing. LearningLine Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Monday, February 18, 2013
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Understanding Text Encoding in ASP.NET MVC (ASP.NET MVC Foundations Series)
This article covers the various ways in which you might handle text encoding in ASP.NET MVC. When you write out string contents such as below, it HTML encodes it by default when using @. Also, POST requests are blocked if they have dangerous content unless you let it in. But what if you trust the input and need MVC out of the way so you can write true HTML content to the browser? This will make the contents of cmsSectionData part of your HTML in the view. The purpose of this class is to inform MVC to get out of the way and NOT encode the contents. Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Monday, October 15, 2012
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- Article: 10 Features in.NET 4.0 that made Me Smile
I recently wrote another article for DevelopMentor 's Developments newsletter (not subscribed yet? Speaking of that XAML stuff, if you write WPF or Silverlight code and don’t know MVVM, stop reading this article and tp://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/dd419663.aspx" target="_blank">learn about it here. Also have a look at my article from last month Six Things That’ll Surprise You About.NET 4.0. All content copyright Michael C. Tags: Articles DevelopMentor see top-right of this page ). This one is entitled. 10 Features in.NET 4.0 that made Me Smile.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Wednesday, December 16, 2009
- Article: Azure Storage
I recently wrote an article for DevelopMentor's Developments newsletter entitled Azure Storage. Listen to this article as a podcast: Azure-Storage-Article-Kennedy.mp3 ]. In this article, we will cover just the basics of the three storage services of Windows Azure. blobStorage.GetBlobContainer( "pendingimages" ); pendingImageContainer.CreateContainer( null, ContainerAccessControl.Public ); pendingImageContainer.CreateBlob( properties, contents, true ); }-->. All content copyright Michael C. Read it at the DevelopMentor website here: [link]. Enjoy!
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Wednesday, April 8, 2009
- Getting Things Done with Backpack and 37Signals
Here's an article about Getting Things Done and how I use Backpack from 37Signals to make it happen. There have been some articles already written about Backpack + GTD. Answering these questions is the purpose of this article. In this article we'll look at the major pieces of GTD and how to fit them into Backpack. All content copyright Michael C. Articles[Note: You can download this post as a PDF.]. I've recently taken on some roles where I have a lot more loose-ends in my life and adopting Getting Things Done (GTD) has really helped manage everything.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Sunday, January 30, 2011
- Building Windows Machines in Amazon EC2
In this article I'm going to give you a simple, step-by-step overview of how to create a Windows 2008 server image in Amazon's Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2) infrastructure. All content copyright Michael C. Tags: Articles Tools Now I must admit I'd rather have found a good tutorial on The Internets or even in a book. Feel free to send me any I missed. My experience is they are either dated or about Linux and so on. First, briefly why does one care about EC2? That's a great reason and Microsoft and Google have interesting plays there too. Here we go. Create an Account. Launch!
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Saturday, January 30, 2010
- MongoDB vs. SQL Server 2008 Performance Showdown
This article is a follow up one I wrote last week entitled “The NoSQL Movement, LINQ, and MongoDB - Oh My!”. In that article I introduced the NoSQL movement, MongoDB, and showed you how to program against it in.NET using LINQ and NoRM. For ease-of-use, you’ll have to want to read the original article. This article is about the performance argument for MongoDB over SQL Server (or MySql or Oracle). In the first article, I threw out a potentially controversial graph showing MongoDB performing 100 *times* better than SQL Server for inserts. Those were. Your Turn.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Thursday, April 29, 2010
- The NoSQL Movement, LINQ, and MongoDB - Oh My!
All content copyright Michael C. Articles ASP.NET Open Source Talks Tools web2.0Maybe you’ve heard people talking about ditching their SQL Servers and other RDBMS entirely. There is a movement out in the software development world called the "No SQL" movement and it’s taking the web application world by storm. Insanity!” you may cry, “for where will people put their data if not in a database? Flat files? Tell me we aren’t we going back to flat files.”. No, but in the relational model, something does has to give. Starting from an RDBMS is virtually an axiom of software development.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Thursday, April 22, 2010
- Building a Cloud OS for.NET Developers - Part 2
All content copyright Michael C. Articles Cloud Visual Studio web2.0In Part 1 of my Building a Cloud OS for.NET Developers series, I talked about setting up a pure cloud OS focused on developers. But the one crucial aspect I left out was the developer tools. In this second installment, we’ll be covering exactly that. How do we manage having Visual Studio and associated tools and servers universally accessible in the cloud, even on mobile devices such as iPads? We’ll start with the king of the cloud: Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2). [link]. GB of memory. mkennedy.