Book Review: C# Smorgasbord by Filip Ekberg About the Author: Filip is a Software Engineer working with various techniques such as C#, WPF, WCF, ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET and much more. Currently working at Star Republic in Sweden as a Software Engineer working with both newer and older technologies in a Windows environment, mainly focusing on … Continue reading Book Review: C# Smorgasbord by Filip Ekberg
I have seen a few of my good friends on twitter discussing what technologies/frameworks they use and why they chose them. I have also seen people saying why they should use this technology/framework over that technology all with really good arguments, as well as people asking which technologies/frameworks/libraries they should look at. Note:- This is … Continue reading Choosing what Technologies/Frameworks to use
In the last couple of weeks I have been using .Net Demon which is an add-on for Visual Studio 2012. As you write your code in Visual Studio code it can take time to stop and check if the solution still builds as expected, with a larger solution this can become a fairly slow and … Continue reading .Net Demon Review
I have been reading up on code katas and think they are a fantastic idea, for those of you who don't know what a code kata is have then don't worry read on. A code kata is, as I see it, how to take a requirement, break it down into a list of simple tasks … Continue reading Practice Code Kata’s And Learn
In order to be more productive as a developer I have came across some invaluable tips and tools through the years so here they are:- Speed up your machine how to. Why have coding standards if you dont do anything about enforcing them Using Resharper. Deploy more often to production.
As simple as it sounds deploying to production can be a complete nightmare, however I reckon it should be done fairly regularly, if you don't want to deploy to production then there must be valid reason for this - yeah I hear your cry. Not wanting to deploy to production really means that either you … Continue reading Deploy more often