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Chris Skardon, .NET neo4j

Hey Hey Super Early adopters, if you’re using Neo4j and you’re a Visual Studio developer (which probably means I’ve just lot 99% of the audience :)) please try Neo4j Console, it’s an extension for Visual ...

In this article, I create a new toggle control using the following steps: 1. Import Photoshop file to get look and feel 2. Create control and template using standard toggle button 3. Add touch support ...

Steve Wilkes, C# C# Programming Practices Programming Practices

The other day I got an email from Patrick Smacchia, generously offering me an NDepend licence on the grounds that if I find it useful I can write about it on my blog. NDepend allows you to write Linq queries ...

The above error message is well known and is usually related to a property schema simply not being deployed, and it is usually raised in send or receive pipelines. But actually it could happen if you (re)deploy ...

Dylan Smith,

I’ve worked with a lot of teams who have tried to adopt Agile and failed. There are many reasons why this happens, but I tend to see a few very common reasons crop up over and over. In particular there ...

Jakub Niemyjski, C# LINQ NSlice

One year ago I had a little crush on Python. Although I consider myself as a hardcore C# coder I think it is a good thing to try other languages. Even if we do not plan to change our major, it is nice ...

AnemicDomainModel is an anti-pattern I seem to keep coming across. It's when a system has objects which represent its business entities, but all the business logic is crammed into static classes. The static ...

Richard Jones,

Like a faithful dog, greeting you when you get home. I’d like my house to greet me every time I walkthrough the front door( I do have faithful dogs too, but that’s another story). Well my house does this ...

foxjazz,

My simple opinion on the failing website is two fold.1: The states where it failed are all states unwilling to co-operate and accept the ACA law.2: It bodes badly that NONE of the top companies were willing ...