Updating Our Build Process - More Details

posted on 2005-05-12 at 23:18:14 by Joel Ross

Almost a month ago, I posted about updating our build process, and asked if anyone wanted to see more details. I got a few people asking for it, so I figured I'd provide some more details of how we did some of things we did. First, let's review what I ch… more »

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posted on 2005-05-11 at 21:54:20 by Joel Ross

Reading the latest update from the NTeam about using the Enterprise Library versus other tools, they mentioned they would be using Codus for data access. I've never heard or Codus, but it looks pretty interesting. It's a dedicated data access code genera… more »

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CruiseControl.NET 0.9 - In Use

posted on 2005-05-09 at 22:47:53 by Joel Ross

By chance, I finally had time to play with the latest version of CruiseControl.NET - twice! Once for Tourney Logic, and once for a client. It's very nice. I was able to take my existing ccnet.config file and get it working under the new version in no ti… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


Debugging In ASP.NET

posted on 2005-05-05 at 19:39:12 by Joel Ross

There's a nice article on MSDN about some of the pitfalls and gotchas of debugging ASP.NET applications in VS.NET. If you've ever fired up the debugger and gotten an error, you should read this article. I've only had one issue that I could never figure… more »

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Datasets in ASP.NET

posted on 2005-05-05 at 19:34:30 by Joel Ross

Scott Mitchell has another great article on the 4Guys site about why he doesn't use Datasets in ASP.NET applications, and then lays out why he doesn't. It's a good read, and reflects most of the reasons we decided to use custom objects and data readers i… more »

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SOA Covenants

posted on 2005-05-05 at 19:27:51 by Joel Ross

Rocky Lhotka has an interesting article about SO Design, and how the current state of affairs of SOA implementations and the tools we use to develop them. Basically he says that because of how the tools deal with web services, the way we develop web serv… more »

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ASP.NET 2.0 Quickstart Tutorials

posted on 2005-04-24 at 17:43:49 by Joel Ross

The ASP.NET 2.0 quickstart tutorials are in beta on www.asp.net. With .NET 1.0, these quickstarts are what I used extensively to learn my way around .NET. I'm sure I'll be using these as I move forward with ASP.NET 2.0, which I am hoping to start working… more »

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posted on 2005-04-24 at 17:41:54 by Joel Ross

I haven't messed with AJAX yet, and I don't have any immediate plans to do so. For those not familiar, AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, although it's most famous use is in the cool interface for Gmail (I still have invites if you want the… more »

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Jeremy D. Miller on TDD

posted on 2005-04-24 at 17:38:11 by Joel Ross

Jeremy has a couple of nice posts about test driven development that, if you are looking for newbie advice on TDD, you should read. The first one talks about designing with TDD in mind, and the second discusses the advantages of high cohesion and loose c… more »

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Enterprise Library End To End Application

posted on 2005-04-24 at 17:34:32 by Joel Ross

Doug over at The .NET Buffet has a post about an end to end application using the Enterprise Library. I still haven't had the time or the opportunity to dig into the EntLib, but this application may be a chance I get to dig in. I missed this a while bac… more »

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