LINQ

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My VTD talk slide deck and demo code
I presented Windows Phone 7 talk on Microsoft Virtual tech Days (VTD) [22/11/2010] and here are the demo and the slide deck I referred to. Please feel free to download and refer. It covers: —Introduction to Windows Phone 7 —Tools for Development on Windows Phone 7 —Using Silverlight for WP7 development —Navigation among pages of application —WP 7 application lifecycle —Launchers and Choosers — Tombstoning —Fetching data from server using ODATA service (using LinqPad 4) —Deployment model of WP7 application ......

Posted On Monday, November 22, 2010 4:22 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)

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)

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)

LINQ - the mathematical aspect
One of my colleague remarked that LINQ is "VERY SIMILAR" to TSQL. However, he also cursed that why the LINQ guys have implemented it "reversely". What he meant that why the Select is reversed… SQL query will be 1: Select Name from Employee where sal > 80000 LINQ 1: var q = from emp in Employee 2: where emp.sal > 80000 3: Select emp; I cant help but giving him references to Korth & Sudarshan and mathematical Projections… That also reminded me of taking a quick tour of algebra which i am ......

Posted On Friday, September 18, 2009 11:44 AM | Comments (0)

Dependency Properties
Dependency properties is one concept which i always marvel. As programmer / developer i always like the concept, as by just introducing DP, so many stuff now is so easy(Read Template programming in XAML). DP is called a BEAST (in Silverlight and WPF) for reasons of complexity involved in understanding them. Also, of course, because they are so powerful language paradigm. I sometimes do think DP did not actually got their due. I mean, so many efforts is gone into explaining Lambda expressions, LINQ, ......

Posted On Friday, September 18, 2009 11:35 AM | Comments (12)