The Android platform is gaining popularity every day and so are its applications. More and more applications are being added and keeping track of them can be really difficult. Especially if you are looking for apps which are useful and not only fun. I have been using my Android (HTC Magic) for almost 3 months [...]
Today I released the first version of Siam Flex Framework! The project can be found at http://code.google.com/p/siam-flex/. Please try it out and let me know what you think. It’s an Alpha release, in other words it’s not fully tested and there is little documentation. But starting with the Getting Started section on the project page [...]
Today I want to share my VS2005 color scheme with you guys. I call it “calm down” as it is not that aggressive compared to the original VS settings. Enjoy! Btw, the used font is Anonymous 9pt. Download “calm down” color scheme Visual Studio 2005 Download “calm down” color scheme Visual Studio 2008
Siam Flex framework aims to provide usability and rapid application development changes to the existing Adobe Flex data representation support. Siam is a lightweight framework that enables you to quickly represent your application data models regardless of their type or origin. This preview introduces the envisioned features of the framework and contains also code examples [...]
I was having trouble to differentiate between both nor could I 100% explain to someone what’s the real difference between a Service and a Component. Today I’ve found a really nice definition by Martin Fowler which I would like to share with you: Component I use component to mean a glob of software that’s intended [...]
Here is a list of questions which I (!!) consider as TOP 3 C# (Visual Studio) questions (although the answers are probably the most interesting) on stackoverflow. Yes, I do love STO Hidden Features of C# Visual Studio Optimizations Which C#/.Net blogs do you read? If you need more see the most voted C# questions. [...]
Did you ever dealt with customers for one of your Software development projects? Check the following clip. It’s just awesome. It shows exactly what is happening to me (and probably all of us) everyday!
Recently I’ve been developing an enterprise asp.net application with NHibernate which was required to fully support multi language (localization) on UI side as well as on data side. Whereas the former is easily implemented with .net resources the latter is not that straightforward as it seems. That articles talks about it and the solution I [...]