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December 2011 Entries

Alex Groß’s visit to Uganda
In November Alex Groß (http://therightstuff.de/) was in Uganda for holidays and we hijacked him to speak to us on some .NET geek stuff. In the image above you see Allan Rwakatungu, Jude Opima, Myself and Alex Groß. More pictures http://www.flickr.com/photo... These are some of the topics that were discussed. Test Driven Development. Alex shared a great amount detail and a step by step tour of how you can work with unit tests and went on to show MSpec as a BDD tool. ......

Posted On Monday, December 19, 2011 9:38 PM | Comments (0) |

Microsoft OpenDoor Event–Nairobi
This was a very interesting event, I had never spoken in an event with so many developers in one place. It was cool! I had two talks, one on HTML5 and IE9 where I demonstrated the HTML5 and CSS3 coverage in IE9 and performance improvements, the second on ASP.NET MVC Best Practices where I talked about a fraction of things that you need to be aware of and possibly use when you are developing an MVC application. The HTML5 and IE9 talk was more of a showcase and focused on new features that will continue ......

Posted On Wednesday, December 7, 2011 7:00 AM | Comments (0) |

Simple Linq PIVOT to one row
My friend in Zimbabwe sent me an email a day ago with the following contents suppose i have a table called week_days with only 3 fields i.e. SEQUENCE DAY SALES as follows: SEQUENCE DAY SALES 1 Sun 23 2 Mon 18 3 Tue 30 4 Wed 15 5 Thu 20 6 Fri 08 7 Sat 0 i need a query that converts DAY column to a header row and sort by SEQUENCE as follows: DAY Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat SALES 23 18 30 15 20 08 0 Pliz Help!!!!!!!! I was like’ this looks like a candidate for pivot, but it requires that the result ......

Posted On Monday, December 5, 2011 4:35 AM | Comments (0) |

50% off on DataObjects.NET
I have been closely following the updates on http://x-tensive.com/ and been impressed with the new features that keep getting added into DataObjects.NET. A few days ago, I saw the 50% sale blog post here and thought it would be very interesting for anyone that wishes to start using DataObjects.NET but feared could not afford the price. DataObjects.NET ORM is very feature rich, well designed and will certainly save you countless development hours by making you think about the domain and code rather ......

Posted On Monday, December 5, 2011 12:41 AM | Comments (0) |

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