Posted by: Dilipkrishnan
algorithms, Architecture, asp.net, azure, cardspaces, Development, LINQ, REST, WCF, wmoc
- ASP.NET Security Goodness – A bunch of (ASP.NET) security tools got released over the weekend – highly recommended!
- Using the .NET Access Control Service with Geneva
Charlie Calvert – Query Data with Parallel LINQPhil Haack – Redirect Routes and other Fun With Routing And Lambdas
Harry Pierson – IronPython and LiveFX: Accessing Profiles
Ian Cooper – Introduction to NHibernate, Part 2
J.D. Meier – The Zen of Results Free E-Book - one of my little experiments while I’m out of the office, I put together The Zen of Results E-Book. I turned a slide deck into a PDF to see if it makes it easier to share. It’s brief (17 pages) and quick to flip through. More importantly though, it captures the heart of how you can improve your productivity, in a principle and pattern based way. It’s a lightweight approach and it’s easy to tailor for your situation.
Nicholas Allen – Service Extension Model – Many of the WCF runtime classes that support adding new state do so through a common extension model. The extension model has three pieces: an extensible runtime object whose behavior can be modified by attaching state exceptions, extensions that modify the runtime object, and a collection that holds all of the extensions being used with a particular instance of the runtime object.
Alvin Ashcraft – Dew Drop – December 13, 2008 – Asp.net/MVC/Silverlight/WPF/Software development and design links