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C# 4.0
MVC 2 Model Metadata to Render Dynamic UI
Recently we had a project where we needed to render certain questions on the screen dynamically based on answers to previous questions on previous screens. For questions that need to dynamically be visible/invisible on the same screen, this can simply be controlled with jQuery. However, in this case, based on the user’s input on previous screens we know there are certain questions that will not be applicable before the current screen even loads. In this case, we could use jQuery to set those questions ......
Posted On Wednesday, September 8, 2010 11:37 PM | Comments (6)
C# 4.0 Presentation on Channel 9

My C# 4.0 presentation recorded at the Philly.NET Code Camp was posted on Channel 9 today. You can view it here.

Posted On Wednesday, May 12, 2010 4:19 PM | Comments (0)
C# 4 Named Parameters for Overload Resolution
C# 4 is getting a new feature called named parameters. Although this is a stand-alone feature, it is often used in conjunction with optional parameters. Last week when I was giving a presentation on C# 4, I got a question on a scenario regarding overload resolution that I had not considered before which yielded interesting results. Before I describe the scenario, a little background first. Named parameters is a well documented feature that works like this: suppose you have a method defined like this: ......
Posted On Tuesday, March 16, 2010 12:14 AM | Comments (3)
Philly.NET C# 4 Code Samples

Thanks to everyone who attended my C# 4 presentation last night at Philly.NET.  Both the code and the PowerPoint can be downloaded here:  C# 4 New Features.

Posted On Thursday, March 4, 2010 10:20 AM | Comments (4)
CMAP C# 4.0 Presentation – Code Samples
Thanks to everyone who attended my C# 4.0 New Languages Features presentation at CMAP last night. Both the code and PowerPoint are available for download. C# 4.0 New Language Features Download After the presentation, I had a few people ask me about some of tools I was using. They can all be found on my Developer Tools and Utilities page. To create my snippets, I’ve been using a tool called Snippy for years (link included on Developer Tools page). However, lately I’ve also been using Snippet Designer ......
Posted On Wednesday, November 4, 2009 1:02 PM | Comments (1)
CMAP Presentations this week

I’ll be giving a presentation on C# 4.0 New Language Features this Tuesday at the CMAP Main Meeting.

Also I’ll be presenting MVC in the Real World this Saturday at CMAP Code Camp.

Hope to see you there!

Posted On Sunday, November 1, 2009 8:22 PM | Comments (0)
Richmond Code Camp - Code Samples
Thanks to everyone who attended my sessions yesterday at Richmond Code Camp. Both the code and PowerPoint slides are available for download. Download samples for: MVC in the Real World. Check out the readme.txt file in Solution Items and all SQL scripts for creating the databases. Download samples for: C# 4.0 New Language Features. I had several questions about some of the tools I was using during the presentations (all of which are free). For the zooming and highlighting, I was using a tool called ......
Posted On Sunday, October 4, 2009 4:11 PM | Comments (3)
C# 3.0 Deep Dish with a slice of C# 4.0 – Code Samples
Thanks to everyone who attended my presentation last night at CapArea on C# 3.0 and C# 4.0. You can download the C# 3.0 code samples, C# 4.0 code samples, and the PowerPoint presentation from here. Several people asked me about some of the tools I was using during the presentation. A list of the tools that I use (and more) can be found here. Feel free to email me with any questions ......
Posted On Wednesday, August 26, 2009 10:04 AM | Comments (2)
C# 3.0 Deep Dish with a slice of C# 4.0
On Tuesday night (August 25), I will be presenting “C# 3.0 Deep Dish with a slice of C# 4.0” at CapArea .NET User Group (but I have to give Brian Noyes credit for the catchy title). The primary content of the presentation will be a deep dive into the C# 3.0 language features. The latter part of the presentation will be an overview of the features coming in C# 4.0. Hope to see you there. Additionally, the next night (Wednesday, August 26), I’ll be at FredNUG presenting Linq to SQL ......
Posted On Sunday, August 23, 2009 7:44 AM | Comments (0)
C# 4.0 dynamic keyword with IronRuby
In my continued exploration of C# 4.0, I wanted to put together a simple example of using the C# 4.0 “dynamic” keyword in conjunction with IronRuby. I’ve been shocked at how difficult it was to find code samples on the internet that actually do this. With much persistence (and some significant pointing in the right direction from Justin Etheredge) I got my simple example working. Given that there aren’t many great examples of calling IronRuby from C# 4.0 out there, I figured I better post the code. ......
Posted On Wednesday, August 5, 2009 2:51 PM | Comments (1)
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