Book Review: C# Smorgasbord by Filip Ekberg

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

Choosing what Technologies/Frameworks to use

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

Error handling using aspect-oriented programming (AOP)

Code become's messy with error handling logic all over our code, wouldn't it be nice to be able to log the error, the offedning method name and the line number of the code that caused the error in the first place. If you've done any MVC development then you are already familiar with AOP, [HandleError] … Continue reading Error handling using aspect-oriented programming (AOP)

AspConf – My Review

Last week we had AspConf - "aspConf is a virtual conference focused on one thing: showcasing the ASP.NET stack as the platform for great web applications." Over 2 days they had 5 virtual rooms used to present lots of fascinating stuff on .Net, including talks about all manner of things in the Asp.Net world. The … Continue reading AspConf – My Review