Domain Driven Design (DDD) is not an easy methodology to learn, much less to implement. Furthermore, anyone who's tried to read Eric Evans' book, which I consider the "Bible of DDD", can attest to my comment above. That book is one of the most abstract books I've ever laid eyes... [More]
Just like the saying, “All work and no play make Jack a dull boy”, my advice is, all tech and no peeps make software projects fail. Clearly stated, even with a staff that possesses all the technical skills to have, software projects are doomed to fail if we neglect to understand,... [More]
So, as many of us have already heard, the first service pack is now released by Microsoft.
Description here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/products/cc533447.aspx
Download here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/cc533448.aspx
So, right off the bat, the new domain
URL is also different! Now, if one types, http://del.icio.us,
one gets redirected to http://delicious.com. Although I am used
to the old URL, it was definitely a bit of a nuisance to remember (if
I was on different computer or had my cach... [More]
One of the most underutilized features of C# is custom iterators. Although, now with LINQ in .NET 3.5, custom iterators will undoubtedly be used substantially more--in a sense, that is--given that iterators are the basis for the deferred execution in LINQ.
Nonetheless, given that LINQ and .... [More]
Yesterday was my last day under the employ of Affiniscape, Inc., a formidable leader in the association management software business. Had I not run into my, now, current position at GotVMail, I would still be at Affiniscape. Yes, I know, I am making the assumption that they would still... [More]
Wow! I was pretty excited to hear about the DP Advisory Council's efforts to include some big names (e.g. Eric Evans, Jimmy Nilsson, and Martin Fowler) in the DDD world this month. This is definitely a step in the right direction for Microsoft. My new position (details to be an... [More]
I am starting to subscribe to some of 37signals' philosophy on web application development--with caveats of course. They published their thoughts into 91 essays organized into 16 chapters in a book titled, Getting Real.
My first concern, however, is that the philosophy will s... [More]
Yes, I am still trying to get this blog up and running more dynamically. My life is very busy right now. But, I do I have some ideas regarding business, software development, and life in general (here, as it pertains to my professional life) that I'd like to record. So, I'... [More]
Well, I am now taking the plunge and joining Technorati in hopes that my blogs will get more visibility. Don't we all want that? :-)
Here it is: