In addition to my first post about the new .NET 3.5 language features my second post in this series will be about Lambda Expressions. Lambda Expressions are basically a follow up to Anonymous Methods Continue reading “.NET 3.5: Lambda Expressions”
When opening my blog today I received an error message indicating that the WPF/E (Silverlight) version installed on my system is out of date. The result of the error is that my post about Silverlight isn’t working anymore Continue reading “Silverlight 1.0 RC and 1.1 Alpha Refresh”
This is the first post in a series of xx that will be about the preparation of a presentation for my HintTech colleagues, ‘LINQ and the related new features of .NET 3.5’. Today I start with the feature Extension Methods.
Continue reading “.NET 3.5: Extension Methods”
This blog post is about how to develop a small Silverlight (the new MS plug-in for Rich Interactive Applications (RIAs) on the web) application and get it running inside this post. The demo app is quite simple, it has a button that pop ups the Silverlight logo Continue reading “Silverlight demonstration”
Test Driven Development is a great thing in software development as it makes it possible to verify your code very easily during development and when you have to make changes. However, it is not always easy to write solid unit tests when external influences are involved.
For example, in case of Web Services you might want Continue reading “Web Service Mock Technique”