Summary 11.06.2009 – 02.07.2009

ASP.NET MVC

Eric Hexter writes about a framework of input builders (part 1, part 2, part 3 and part 4) which are expression based strongly typed input helpers.

David Ebbo has a great article about ASP.NET MVC T4 template doing generation at design time instead of runtime.

ASP.NET MVC for Visual Studio 2010 beta is available on Codeplex!

Design patterns

Jeremy Miller has an excellent article on MSDN Magazine about Unit of Work Pattern and Persistence Ignorance. He also has two posts on the same subject on his blog: More persistence patterns on MSDN and Persistence patterns: cascading updates.

Entity Framework 4.0

The ADO.NET Team has another great post about Change Tracking with POCO.

Danny Simmons points to two excellent posts about producing a POCO repository with the EF and LINQ Expression Trees and the Specification Pattern. Danny continues his D3 development showing some great features of EF4:

Debugging

Tess has an excellent post about debugging .NET 4.0 dumps in Visual Studio 2010. She also points out a nice post about the debugging features coming in Visual Studio 2010.

Visual Studio 2010

The Visual Web Developer Team shows the changes in the Publish dialog in a web application and the updates to FTP publishing. They also show how the user can set the database package options in web applications.

Daniel Moth shows the Method View feature of the Parallel Stacks window. He also published 2 screencasts about Parallel Tasks and Parallel Stacks on Channel 9.

Moq

Bertrand shows how to can mock indexer setters with Moq.

RIA

Vijay has a very nice article about unit testing business logic in RIA Services.

DDD

Yves has an excellent presentation about DDD that basically sums up his articles so far.

C# 4.0

Sam Ng keeps posting about the new features in C# 4.0 talking about COM interop.

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