Architecture

There are 9 entries for the tag Architecture
MVC .Net, WebMatrix talk presentations and webinars
I presented sessions on MVC .Net and webmatrix. I covered stuff like what’s new in MVC .net and the architecture goodness of MVC pattern. I also demonstrated how MVC 3 / MVC 4 harness HTML 5 / mobile along with Jquery and Modernizr. PHP coding using MVC and Webmatrix and other advanced stuff like hosting PHP on windows or porting MYSQL Db to MSSQL is also is also part of the demo in the sessions. The slide decks are available at below link and all the demo is recorded and also shared at below link. ......

Posted On Monday, November 28, 2011 7:49 PM | Comments (0)

Enterprise Library Logging / Exception handling and Postsharp
One of my colleagues came-up with a unique situation where it was required to create log files based on the input file which is uploaded. For example if A.xml is uploaded, the corresponding log file should be A_log.txt. I am a strong believer that Logging / EH / caching are cross-cutting architecture aspects and should be least invasive to the business-logic written in enterprise application. I have been using Enterprise Library for logging / EH (i use to work with Avanade, so i have affection towards ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 11, 2010 2:10 PM | Comments (4)

Silverlight for Everyone!!
Someone asked me to compare Silverlight / HTML development. I realized that the question can be answered in many ways: Below is the high level comparison between a HTML /JavaScript client and Silverlight client and why silverlight was chosen over HTML / JavaScript client (based on type of users and major functionalities provided): 1. For end users Browser compatibility Silverlight is a plug-in and requires installation first. However, it does provides consistent look and feel across all browsers. ......

Posted On Monday, May 3, 2010 9:29 AM | Comments (0)

Architect / leader / Manager or All-in-One??
I stumbled on an article here, and could help but to agree more on the same. The thought is just awesome and almost echoes what i was thinking for long but i was always in loss of words. Initially, I shunned the very thought of managing people and getting more into managing timelines, schedule and execution of the project. I looked for the role if Individual Contributor (IC) and quickly discovered that the role is almost non-existent for mere mortals like me!! So, i decided to train myself in Leadership ......

Posted On Monday, September 21, 2009 5:47 PM | Comments (0)

I am on Microsoft Stack!!
I am visiting beautiful city of Nashvillie, TN, US and involoved in rather interesting project involving WCF, silverlight and SQL server 2008. Also being used are Search server (FAST) / Lucene .Net Omniture (for Web analytics) Integration with Community server, Twitter, Facebook Velocity – Distributed caching. MemCache – Web server Cache I am also planning to use Nikhil’s MVVM Silverlight Fx at silverlight end or MEF LINQ / Enity framework - for ORM. That remind me of scenario where i had to register ......

Posted On Friday, September 18, 2009 6:18 PM | Comments (0)

Mesh Enabled Web application with Silverlight
Someone asked me about cloud computing and Azure platform and then asked me the future of MEWA in light of Silverlight 3 offline application. While i have my own thoughts on them and both do target different application segments, i will first like to demo on a Silverlight MEWA ; then SL 3 offline – online thing and of course the difference… (along with similarities) Here is step by step procedure: 1. Down load Live services… 2. Make a new project in Live services .. choose Silverlight template 2. ......

Posted On Friday, September 18, 2009 6:16 PM | Comments (0)

Silverlight Presentation and demos
With the dawn of Silverlight 3.0 platform, i have realized more and more application will move towards RIA development. Below is a presentation of the talk which briefs on Silverlight. I have uploaded it on http://app.colaab.com/R/680... incidentally which is also a great silver light application. Though i like it more when it comes to architecture and coding related with silverlight, I have deliberately kept the above presentation light so that it makes sense to even ......

Posted On Friday, September 18, 2009 6:13 PM | Comments (0)

Explaining SAAS to my wife.
This weekend i was engaged with a rather uninteresting conversation with my wife. My wife is computer savvy but still is catching up on new technologies. Below is a brief snippet. I am hopeful that this will give you some idea on SAAS. Me: ok... Wife: What? you said something? me: Nothing. I was just talking aloud... its about SAAS. Wife: SAAS??? (for the less informed.. SAAS means mother-in-law in hindi !!!). Are you watching those hindi serials lately? me: Well, SAAS is a Acronym for Software As ......

Posted On Friday, September 18, 2009 6:10 PM | Comments (1)

REST - Representational State Transfer
REST REST strictly refers to a collection of network architecture principles which outline how resources are defined and addressed. The term is often used in a looser sense to describe any simple interface which transmits domain-specific data over HTTP without an additional messaging layer such as SOAP or session tracking via HTTP cookies. REST Principles: Application state and functionality are divided into resources Every resource is uniquely addressable using a universal syntax for use in hypermedia ......

Posted On Friday, September 18, 2009 6:07 PM | Comments (0)