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Silicon Valley Code Camp

by Joe on Oct 15th in .Net, CODE Framework, WPF

A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of speaking at Silicon Valley Code Camp. There were over 3,000 attendees over the course of 2 days, and something like 250 speakers. Of those speakers, I was one of the 23 Microsoft MVPs! What a great honor! I got to meet up with some great […]

Why should I upgrade from an Excel Workbook?

by Joe on Oct 15th in .Net, C#, MS Office, SOA, SOA Benefits, Windows 8

An interesting question was posed to me earlier today. Why should I bother upgrading my Excel Spreadsheet application to a .Net Desktop application? Maybe the same question, or something similar has occured to you. Let’s see what we can come up with… A few things come to mind off the top of my head: What […]

Working with dynamic actions and Partial Views in the CODE Framework – Part 2

by Joe on Jan 29th in .Net, C#, WPF, XAML

Last week, we discussed creating a Pizza Restaurant application with Partial Views and a Dynamic Action Collection. In this week’s blog post, we will look at setting up the View Models that enable the actual Action Collections. As things stand, the Pizza View looks something like this: One thing I did in the parent View Model (called […]

Working with dynamic actions and Partial Views in the CODE Framework – Part 1

by Joe on Jan 23rd in .Net, C#, CODE Framework, WPF, XAML

Recently, I had a need to create a CODE Framework application with partial views, which included different ViewActions based on which Partial View was visible at the time. I found it to be a fairly interesting problem, and decided to share my solution. Since I obviously can’t blog with pictures of the customer application, I […]

CODE Framework and Unit Testing

by Joe on Jul 9th in Uncategorized

I’ve got an article pending for the CODE Magazine focusing on Unit Testing in the CODE Framework. Want a sneak peak? I’m going to discuss using the ServiceGardenLocal static object to set up InProcess Mock Objects. Here’s the abstract… The CODE Framework provides a set of tools for developing n-tier, service-oriented applications. In addition, there […]

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