Monthly Archives: May 2007

June 14th: Silverlight and WPF

Please sign up via our website or by mailing meetings@dnug.org.uk Silverlight and WPF: The Microsoft Client Platform Silverlight is Microsoft’s solution for delivering rich, cross-platform interactive experiences for the Web and beyond. Silverlight enables the creation of rich, visually stunning … Continue reading

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DDD5 registration opens

DDD5 registration is now open at: http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032342589&Culture=en-GB

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June 14th is next user group meeting date

This is just a heads up. I am still confirming the line up. It should be at Conway Hall again.

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The problem with archetype patterns and MDA

I’m reading Enterprise Patterns and MDA: Building Better Software with Archetype Patterns and MDA. I picked this up partially because one of the databases at my current gig has been heavily influenced by some of the ideas here – especially … Continue reading

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Giving Crystal some Love

There is an intersting interview here with Alistair Cockburn. Alistair identifies the phenomena that a lot of shops are calling themselves agile, without really knowing what that means. I certainly get that feeback from people that have moved on from … Continue reading

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Ruby, ASP.NET, and the alpha geeks

Scott Hanselman asks if Microsoft is losing the web development alpha geeks to Ruby On Rails. Actually I think a number of the cool kids have been playing with Ruby for a while now. When people like Uncle Bob, Martin … Continue reading

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Which w3wp process belongs to which App Pool

From the notes to self department: If you are using multiple application pools you may want to know which application pool belongs to which process id; for example, if you want to attach a debugger it is handy to know … Continue reading

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