posted on 10/28/08 at 11:16:05 pm by Joel Ross

About a month ago, I came across a post from Joey Beninghove that caught my attention. Actually, it was a tweet of his referencing his blog post. Anyway, it was about a job opening where he works, and what caught my eye was that it was a telecommuting po… more »

Categories: Personal, RCM Technologies, TrackAbout, Inc


Querying in the Kinetic Framework

posted on 08/14/08 at 08:00:00 pm by Joel Ross

I was chatting with a few people in IRC the other day about different development approaches, and I brought up the Kinetic Framework. Someone took a look at source of the samples and didn't care for the SQL included in the class files. Personally, I d… more »

Categories: C#, RCM Technologies


The NuSoft Framework Is Now The Kinetic Framework

posted on 07/16/08 at 09:32:59 pm by Joel Ross

One of the first questions I got when people heard about RCM bought NuSoft Solutions was whether we were going to be renaming the NuSoft Framework. At the time, I had no idea, and frankly, it was about as far back in my mind as it could be. Well, the a… more »

Categories: RCM Technologies


Testing the NuSoft Framework

posted on 07/09/08 at 12:45:25 am by Joel Ross

I've started up a new project that is using the NuSoft Framework, and because of some of the interactions, I realized it would be much, much easier if I had a set of automated tests, rather than going through the process of firing up an application, goin… more »

Categories: Development, C#, RCM Technologies


NuSoft Framework Now Included with CodeSmith 5.0

posted on 06/29/08 at 08:00:00 pm by Joel Ross

CodeSmith announced recently that version 5.0 is in beta, and one of the features listed is that it now includes the NuSoft Framework right in the download! That's pretty exciting, as we never expected that when we first started writing our templates.… more »

Categories: Development, Software, RCM Technologies


Validation In The NuSoft Framework

posted on 04/23/08 at 12:50:36 am by Joel Ross

One of the new features of the NuSoft Framework that we added for version 3 is validation. We went back and forth on how we wanted to implement it - at one point we even had a third party validation framework integrated into our project. We eventually de… more »

Categories: Development, C#, RCM Technologies


NuSoft Solutions Acquired By RCM Technologies

posted on 04/21/08 at 11:21:12 pm by Joel Ross

It's old news now, but back in March, we were informed that RCM Technologies had acquired NuSoft Solutions. Here's the official press release. For those who didn't know, I work at NuSoft Solutions (specifically the Kinetic IG group). And now, I work fo… more »

Categories: Consulting, Personal, RCM Technologies


Announcing the NuSoft Framework 3.0

posted on 04/03/08 at 11:43:38 pm by Joel Ross

I'm very happy to announce that version 3.0 of the NuSoft Framework has been released and is now available. This release has been a long time coming, and we've had many, many internal debates about how we wanted to implement certain features, which resul… more »

Categories: Development, C#, RCM Technologies


NuSoft Solutions Announced Kinetic IG

posted on 03/06/08 at 09:17:19 pm by Joel Ross

For a long time now, there's been talk inside of NuSoft Solutions (where I work) about bringing designers onboard. We use design services from a few local design firms on a good share of the public facing web applications we've developed, and we always t… more »

Categories: RCM Technologies


NuSoft Framework Background

posted on 03/04/08 at 08:37:50 pm by Joel Ross

Over the past few months, I've talked about the NuSoft Framework quite a bit, but after a twittersation (here, here, here, here, here, and here - Twitter needs threaded conversations!) with Matt Blodgett, I realized I've never really talked about what th… more »

Categories: RCM Technologies


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