Geeks With Blogs

News Currently working on complete Enterprise Design Patterns set of examples and blog articles based on AdventureWorks 2008 R2 Sample Database. This is my favorite sample database as you can use if for about anything from simple applications development to business intelligence applications
The Ron on .NET Software Architecture Ron Garlit's thoughts and informational blogs on Microsoft .NET May 2011 Entries
PhillyNJ.NET short demo on how to view TechEd 2011 Session Videos
PhillyNJ.NET short demo on how to view TechEd 2011 Session Videos and Presentations In case you missed it you should go check out the free content. Here is how to get started!! The presentation was held at http://www.phillynj.net which is a sub group of http://www.phillydotnet.org . We’ve been meeting at the Greenwich Township Branch Gloucester County Library System 411 Swedesboro Road Gibbstown, NJ 08027 PHONE: (856) 423-0684 If your looking for talent to employ, or just out to find fellow geeks ......

Posted On Friday, May 27, 2011 1:31 PM

Design Patterns 100–Part5
“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) Behavioral Patterns and where can we find them in the .NET Framework? Chain of Responsibility Pattern – A way of passing a request between a chain of objects Command Pattern – Encapsulate a command request as an object Interpreter Pattern – A way to include language elements in a program Iterator ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 24, 2011 9:09 PM

Design Patterns 100-Part4
“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) Structural Patterns and where can we find them in the .NET Framework? Let’s look at a list of the Strutural Patterns as defined by the GoF. Adapter Pattern – is used to match interfaces of different classes Bridge Pattern – is used to separate an object’s interface from its implementation Composite ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 24, 2011 9:07 PM

Design Patterns 100-Part3
“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) Creational Patterns and where can we find them in the .NET Framework? Let’s look at a list of the Creational Patterns as defined by the GoF. Abstract Factory Pattern – creates an instance of several families of classes Factory Method Pattern – creates an instance of several derived classes Builder ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 24, 2011 9:04 PM

Design Patterns 100-Part2
“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 of patterns which make up the system they want to construct just like our house discussion in Part-1. Every profession hasw it own “LINGO”. Many have tagged that of the IT World as “GEEK SPEAK”. When it comes to creating the software system even among the GEEKS we have our own language. For the ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 24, 2011 8:59 PM

Design Patterns 100-Part1
“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 when people start talking patterns. I’ve noticed this before, but it wasn’t until I had a few discussions with people from the local user group that I realized there was a need. First we answer why should a .NET developer need to be aware of patterns? After this series is conmplete this blog will have ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 24, 2011 8:51 PM

The Repository Pattern – PHILLNJ.NET Presentation
Materials for the PHILLNJ.NET Presentation – August 24, 2010 On August 24, 2010 I demonstrated the “Repository Pattern” which is a Enterprise Architecture Design Pattern and the foundation of Domain Driven Design (DDD) which is primary in loose coupling your applications design. At this presentation I demonstrated the use of the “Repository Pattern” combined with other subjects such as Unit Testing, Custom Mocking with LINQ & Generics. I also gave out a limited number of CD with the code and ......

Posted On Friday, May 20, 2011 8:29 PM

Copyright © RonGarlit | Powered by: GeeksWithBlogs.net