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| | Use Common Instance Factory to Abstract Away the Dependency Injection Container
First, and most egregious, is that it is modeled as a service locator, rather than an abstract factory. 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. while back I wrote a blog post on the Onion Architecture , an approach to building loosely-coupled applications where you can swap out particular components without affecting the rest of the application. DevelopMentor Courses - Wednesday, May 23, 2012
SSD + SATA = Best of Both Worlds
Then I ran across an article describing how to install a second hard drive into a MacBook Pro by removing the optical DVD drive and placing it in a separate enclosure. However, the instructions that came with it did not cover my model (early 2011) and were too high level for me to feel confident about. Every once and a while I pull something off that makes me smile. experienced this sensation last week when I swapped out the DVD drive in my MacBook Pro and replaced it with the 500 GB SATA hard drive that came with the machine. had a total 740 GB of storage internal to my laptop. DevelopMentor Courses - Monday, April 2, 2012
Michael Kennedy: Building ASP.NET MVC Forms with Razor (ASP.NET MVC Foundations Series)
In this ASP.NET MVC Foundations article, we’re going to look at building an ASP.NET MVC page which allows users to create and edit objects in our domain. We’ll cover just the basics of using HTML helpers to map model properties to our HTML form and Model Binding to convert our HTML form back into our rich domain object. We’ll start with a very basic store website (downloads here: BasicMvcForms_starter.zip and BasicMvcForms_final.zip)which has a database and some basic products already listed. Continue reading → DevelopMentor Courses - Friday, January 20, 2012
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| | Optimistic concurrency in MongoDB using.NET and C#
'This article demonstrates a technique and supporting library for adding optimistic concurrency control to NoSQL databases and MongoDB in particular. That may be fine for bank transfers, but it typically falls down in the face of disconnected models used by almost all ORMs such as Entity Framework. At the end of this article is a simple C# class (data context) which has save and delete methods which internally are safe via optimistic concurrency control. Quickly, what is optimistic concurrency control? This usually comes in two flavors: Pessimistic concurrency control. Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Monday, April 8, 2013
Create new ASP.NET MVC views the easy way
So here is an article to help the new comers make it across step 2 more easily as well as help the advanced MVC developers be more productive. Choosing the same Resharper option, gives you a partial view populated perfectly (make sure you pass the model). Filed under: Articles Tagged: NET , MVC , Resharper , tips , Visual Studio. As an instructor at DevelopMentor , I have the unique opportunity to watch many developers experience ASP.NET MVC for the first time. This can typically goes through several stages: Extreme Interest (the web is exciting again!). Cheers, @mkennedy. Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Saturday, December 1, 2012
Improve perceived performance of ASP.NET MVC websites with asynchronous partial views
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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. WF 4 has a class which has a BeginExecute / EndExecute pair of methods which much more closely models the regular.NET async design patterns. Also have a look at my article from last month Six Things That’ll Surprise You About.NET 4.0. that made Me Smile. ll wait.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Wednesday, December 16, 2009
- 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
- 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. However, real life is full of edge cases, error handling, security, and serialization which makes the pure HTTP model error prone. Read it at the DevelopMentor website here: [link]. I've republished here for my readers. Enjoy! Developments: Azure Storage. by Michael Kennedy. Enter Azure Storage.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Wednesday, April 8, 2009
- The NoSQL Movement, LINQ, and MongoDB - Oh My!
No, but in the relational model, something does has to give. cover the programming model in detail as well as introduce the actual database server below. For some vague motivation, let me just give you a quick look at how you define the data model and maintain it. Why, in the name of all that is right, do we have to model our system twice? NoSQL and a New Programming Model. But I wanted to model both the embedded case (Blog + RssEntry) and the loosely defined foreign key style relationship that mimic joins (RssEntry + RssDetail). Insanity!” Flat files?
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Thursday, April 22, 2010
- 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. At the heart of GTD is this decision-tree model: . GTD inboxes represent places that stuff that is new shows up and is waiting to be processed through the decision-tree model above. ArticlesYou'll see why shortly. Check Lists.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Sunday, January 30, 2011
- Six Things That’ll Surprise You About.NET 4.0
I recently wrote an article for DevelopMentor ’s Developments entitled. You can read the entire article (republished just below this introduction) or if you’d rather see it as a quick set of 6 sides, you can see those here: Six Things That’ll Surprise You About.NET 4.0. In this article, we will explore some of the new features of the.NET 4.0 In case you haven't heard of it, ASP.NET MVC is an alternative to the WebForms model that has been the backbone of ASP.NET for so many years. This article just touched on a few of them. by Michael Kennedy. " anyone?
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Wednesday, November 11, 2009
- Change models: Shook, Schein, Dreyfus and Constructivism
The other article which was good in the latest MIT Sloan Management Review was John Shook’s piece on change. His change model complements my own ideas well. Shook’s model is shown below. In the last few months I’ve added another insight into this model. Shook goes further and suggests his model parallels Edgar Schein’s writing - Schein is an MIT Management professor who has written extensively on culture and organisations. Shook gives the model below (similar but inverted to the one on Wikipedia.) Out go Gantt charts, in come burn-down charts.
Allan Kelly's Blog - Sunday, March 21, 2010