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Good article on dependency injection using Spring.Net: http://www.developer.com/net/csharp/article.php/10918_3722931_1.

This is a huge open-source contribution from Microsoft: http://www.codeplex.com/pub... The Distributed Pub/Sub Event System is a solution for cross-process and/or cross-server scenarios where a large amount of event handshaking is required and low latency is important. Basically, this architecture was designed for speed. Even if you can't think of a usage scenario for this code-base in your stack right now, I strongly encourage you to just crack open the source and take a look. I personally think ......

This article reviews three open-source web service testing tools that might be useful if you don't already have one: http://www.infoworld.com/article/07/05/11/19TCwebservicetest_1.html.


I came across this simple, but useful article demonstrating how to use the built-in .NET GZip compression/decompression capabilities. It also mentioned this SharpLibZip open-source compression/decompression library that would allow you to open the file easily using WinZip. UPDATE: forgot to post the article link (whoops!) http://www.codeguru.com/csh... ......

A nice list of Wiki Engines built in C#: http://csharp-source.net/open-source/wiki-engines.

What is iBATIS? The iBATIS Data Mapper framework makes it easier to use a database with Java and .NET applications. iBATIS couples objects with stored procedures or SQL statements using a XML descriptor. Simplicity is the biggest advantage of the iBATIS Data Mapper over object relational mapping tools. To use the iBATIS Data Mapper, you rely on your own objects, XML, and SQL. There is little to learn that you don't already know. With the iBATIS Data Mapper, you have the full power of both SQL and ......

http://www.castleproject.org/

I am pretty impressed from what I've seen so far with the Castle Project. They offer an MVC framework, an object-to-relational persistence framework and a few other things. I looked through the examples and it seems like it is well-documented and pretty straightforward to use.