Summary 13.07.2009

Technology

Bruce Eckel has an excellent article about Google Chrome OS and its impact.

Silverlight

Brad Abrams updates his Mix09 talk to the new Silverlight 3 and RIA Services 

Somasegar has a more detailed post about the new features in Silverlight 3.

Dino Esposito shows how to use specific design patterns to help organize the presentation layer with a focus on the new data controls in Silverlight3.

RIA

After explaining the migration of his Mix09 talk to Silverlight3, Brad also has a detailed post about the migration to the latest version of RIA Services.

LINQ

Damien Guard shows how to use client-side properties in LINQ remote queries eliminating the need to retrieve all the data from the server side and applying additional filtering on the client-side.

C#

The BCL team presents the new Tuple type in C# 4.0.

Justin Etheredge shows how we can take advantage of parallel programming with loops in C# 4.0.

ASP.NET

Based on the feedback received for T4MVC, David Ebbo builds a T4 template for ASP.NET WebForms.

Following David Reed’s recommendation, Bertrand extends his extension method for nested includes.

Dino Esposito talks about the ViewState improvements in ASP.NET 4.0.

DDD

Jeremie Chassaing explains why having entities and repositories doesn’t mean you practice DDD and mentions Evans’s regrets about placing these two patterns so early in his book.

Gojko Adzic talks about the importance of aggregates roots in improving performance and scalability of distributed systems.

Unity

Derek Greek shows a convention-based registration extension for Unity and talks about the StaticFactoryExtension.

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