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  • Converting the RavenDB Northwind database to a more denormalized form
    11: var product = LoadDocument(line.Product); 12: line.Product = {Id: line.Product, Name: product.Name}; 13: delete line.ProductName; 14: }); In this case I am converting the Company, Employee, ShipVia and Product properties to have the new structure. 'In a previous blog post I demonstrated how to denormalize the RavenDB sample database and use the DenormalizedReference and INamedDocument types from the RavenDB documentation to make life really sweet. That leaves us with one small problem and that is that the original sample database doesn’t work with our improved document design.
    The Problem Solver - Monday, July 7, 2014
  • Converting the RavenDB Northwind database to a more denormalized form
    11: var product = LoadDocument(line.Product); 12: line.Product = {Id: line.Product, Name: product.Name}; 13: delete line.ProductName; 14: }); In this case I am converting the Company, Employee, ShipVia and Product properties to have the new structure. 'In a previous blog post I demonstrated how to denormalize the RavenDB sample database and use the DenormalizedReference and INamedDocument types from the RavenDB documentation to make life really sweet. That leaves us with one small problem and that is that the original sample database doesn’t work with our improved document design.
    The Problem Solver - Monday, July 7, 2014
  • My Next Language
    want to pick a new language for large-scale production software. But integration with cloud services would be poor, and connecting with various middleware products might be complex. 'I have a decent background in programming languages. In a professional context (i.e., for real money) I’ve used C#, Scheme (my favorite), Lisp, and C. For projects I’ve also used Java, C++, and Python. For tinkering around I’ve used Prolog, Haskell, OCaml, Factor and Javascript. I’ve studied many more, including Go, F#, Ruby, Scala, Clojure, and on and on. C++ is just too much.
    DevelopMentor Courses - Thursday, July 3, 2014
  • Denormalizing data in RavenDB
    17: public string Product { get; set; }. Other than the product name being sold and it’s price there is no data denormalized. 17: public DenormalizedReference Product { get; set; }. 'One of the things with RavenDB, or NoSQL document databases in general, is that you don’t do joins to combine data. Normally you try to model the documents you store in such a way that the data you need for most common actions is stored in the document itself. That often means denormalizing data. Now it turns out that most applications are read heavy and not write heavy. 1: public class Order.
    The Problem Solver - Tuesday, July 1, 2014
  • Denormalizing data in RavenDB
    17: public string Product { get; set; }. Other than the product name being sold and it’s price there is no data denormalized. 17: public DenormalizedReference Product { get; set; }. 'One of the things with RavenDB, or NoSQL document databases in general, is that you don’t do joins to combine data. Normally you try to model the documents you store in such a way that the data you need for most common actions is stored in the document itself. That often means denormalizing data. Now it turns out that most applications are read heavy and not write heavy. 1: public class Order.
    The Problem Solver - Tuesday, July 1, 2014
  • Apple’s Continuity
    They have the know-how, but it’s not making it into their products. . 'The people at Apple read my old blog post  and answered with Continuity. This is a far better approach than Microsoft’s Surface Pro, which attempts to physically merge 2 devices into 1. Apple will let each device do what it’s good at, but integrate those devices where possible. It’s a terrific idea, but it’s likely Apple will not open this feature up to developers, limiting integration to that which Apple deigns to give the masses. But at least it would be open. .
    DevelopMentor Courses - Monday, June 16, 2014
  • Real-World MVVM with Entity Framework and ASP.NET Web API
    Another interesting problem was how to populate a Products data grid combo box column in the details grid on OrderDetailView.xaml. That required placing a Products property on the view model and using a RelativeSource binding on the ElementStyle and EditingElementStyle properties of the combo box column. The sample includes a Windows Presentation Foundation client, but the toolkit has a Visual Studio template for building a multi-platform client with portable view models that are shared across WPF, Silverlight, Windows Phone, Windows Store, iOS and Android. Enjoy!
    DevelopMentor Courses - Wednesday, May 28, 2014
  • False Projects
    PRINCE 2 helpfully offers a second definition of a project: “A management environment that is created for the purpose of delivering one or more business products according to a specified business case.” Under this definition a false project would be a piece of work which is called “a project” but for which there is no specified business case or defined products. It’s a temporary group activity designed to produce a unique product, service or result. For example: There is no end date to the work, it goes on and on, rightly or wrongly. Please, hear me out.
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Thursday, May 15, 2014
  • Inconvient truths of project Status reporting
    I find this suggestion very worrying because some people in the Scrum community insist that the Product Owner must be an executive (“the real product owner”) who has real power to secure the resources and changes a make the project a success. This research suggests that having a strong, senior, Product Owner could make things worse. 'Long time readers of this blog may recall that I subscribe to the high-brow MIT Sloan Management Review. They may also remember that I’m never quite sure it is worth the rather high subscription fee. Unfortunately he had the same problem.
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Wednesday, May 7, 2014
  • Become an N-Tier Ninja with Trackable Entities 2.0
    For example, you create a new order with details, and you want to return the inserted order with Customer set on each order and Product set on each order detail.  'Taking a cue from Julie Lerman and Scott Hanselman , I’ve decided to dub version 2.0 of my Trackable Entities framework, the “Ninja Edition.” After releasing v 1.0 six month ago , I received several constructive suggestions on the project discussion and issues forums, which highlighted features I needed to add in order to make Trackable Entities a viable alternative to the now defunct Entity Framework Self-Tracking Entities.
    DevelopMentor Courses - Monday, April 28, 2014
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