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Kyle Burns,

In this posting, I will discuss the motivation behind keeping View code as thin as possible when using patterns such as MVC, MVVM, and MVP. Once the motivation is identified, I will examine some ways to ...

Rajesh Pillai,

This is my first post in this new year and was thinking about a topic to write on. Lately I have been working on varied things that flexes the brain muscles and things which I haven't done before. So a ...

SrihariGanadinni,

Hello All, I am Srihari.Ganadinni,I have 42 months of experience in .Net design and development,I have worked on Winforms,WCF,Build Automation using code,Linq,Lambda Expressions,Expression Trees and Design ...

Steve Wilkes,

I've made a list of programming books I've read, am reading and am going to read on the Bookshelved Wiki; would anyone care to recommend good books for a web-oriented, C# Agile programmer which I've not ...

JoshReuben,

Everyone has a journey. You start off young & stupid, and 2 decades later, you're closer to understanding the nature of reality. That’s one of the main goals in life, to seek knowledge (justified, ...

gerardosblog,

What differentiates a great developer from an average one? I've recently started a self-improvement campaign to further expand my skills as a developer and as my first task, before diving into anything ...

MoezMousavi,

Design Patterns sounds like an Italian recipies. If you you tell your grand mother that you cooked Bolognese and Pasta for evening, she wouldn't ask you how, as the recipie is famous enough to make scence ...

MoezMousavi,

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RonGarlit,

“Design Patterns 100″ is a prerequisite for .NET Developers. (Part 5 – Excerpts from July 2010 – PhillyNJ.NET Presentation) Continuing our discussion from Part-4 we ask. What are the “Gang of Four” (GoF) ...

RonGarlit,

“Design Patterns 100″ is a prerequisite for .NET Developers. (Part 4 – Excerpts from July 2010 – PhillyNJ.NET Presentation) Continuing our discussion from Part-3 we ask. What are the “Gang of Four” (GoF) ...

RonGarlit,

“Design Patterns 100″ is a prerequisite for .NET Developers. (Part 3 – Excerpts from July 2010 – PhillyNJ.NET Presentation) Continuing our discussion from Part-2 we ask. What are the “Gang of Four” (GoF) ...

RonGarlit,

“Design Patterns 100″ is a prerequisite for .NET Developers. (Part 2 – Excerpts from July 2010 – PhillyNJ.NET Presentation) Every .NET Architect, developer and even some business users have some understand ...

RonGarlit,

“Design Patterns 100″ is a prerequisite for .NET Developers. (Part 1 – Excerpts from July 2010 – PhillyNJ.NET Presentation) This series of shorts is targeted at those .NET developers who glaze over at ...

MarkPearl,

I have been doing a rushed brush up on my contemporary concepts programming course – only to encounter more design patterns… so as revision I have listed some details below… Today I am going to briefly ...

Brian Schroer,

I haven't posted a recap lately, because the Virtual Brown Bag recordings weren't being uploaded for a while. That was fixed two weeks ago, so I had a lot of meetings to catch up on. Here's an all-you-can-eat ...