Keyvan continues the posts about ASP.NET MVC showing how to implement your own CustomControllerFactory taking in consideration the client regional settings.
Tess points out StackViewer – a cool tool for viewing the stack trace of a running applications in .NET 2.0. As it only attaches, takes a snap of the stack and then detaches, it makes a perfect candidate for debugging performance/hangs in various applications.
Soma announces the release of Axum – a language designed for building parallel applications. Matthew Podwysocki also has some details about Axum. For more information, go to the Axum Team Blog.
Christian Weyer has some excellent posts on what’s new in .NET for WCF:
- Dynamic service and endpoint discovery
- Standard endpoints
- Discovery announcements
- Routing service
- Protocol bridging and fault tolerance with the routing service
Scott Galloway has a very interesting post about removing the CSS inline style GridView comes with.
Ayende continues his series of inspiring posts with a couple more:
- NHibernate IPreUpdateEventListener & IPreInsertEventListener
- NHibernate – The difference between Get, Load and querying by id
- NHibernate Validator
- NHibernate, the database query cache and parameter sizes
- NHibernate Search
- NHibernate Filters
Luis continues talking about Sharp :
- The SharpArch.Web assembly – part II
- Adding support for JSON.NET
- Wrapping up the SharpArch.Web assembly
- Validation support in SharpArch.Web assembly
- WCF integration with S#arp
Luis has also started a series of posts about multithreading:
- Multithreading: state, atomicity, serializability and linearizability
- Multithreading: understanding threads
- Multithreading: creating threads
- Multithreading: what’s the stack for?
- Multithreading: using the stack as storage
- Multithreading: immutability