No catchy title this time:P Have you ever considered using interfaces as entities in your application with NH as ORM? If not, and you never considered this option I can share a few thoughts about it with you. Proxifing an interface is easier than proxifing a class, especially when using a tool like DynamicProxy which … Continue reading NHibernating with interfaces as entities, pt. 1
I did read about, I tried to used it, but the last InfoQ presentation about Microformats was simply astonishing. I do not like the Scott Davis' style of presenting things, but it made me think... and the list of the biggest sites using microformats... Come on! It seems, that having your page highly ranked and … Continue reading How often do you micro-ing?
A few days ago I watched a nice presentation published by Infoq called Simplicity Architect which made me think one more about design decisions I've been making through the last one year. Dan North, which was the speaker remind of the major problem every architect, I'd say, designer has. The problem is complexity lurking in … Continue reading Simplicity of your architecture
I've just finished the Azure workshop. In two days course you cannot get everything, but as far as I know, the discussed topics can show what Azure is all about. I won't rewrite plenty of blog entries and articles. What I want is to write that the cloud is the future. By the cloud I … Continue reading It’s getting cloudy, isn’t it?
Recently I had to create a model for ASP MVC, which would be bound by the model binder and had its properties set according to the request. It's the most common case you can imagine, but there was one 'but'. The model, because of its nature had to have non-default constructor. It was only a … Continue reading ASP MVC Model binders
I've been working on a few quite big projects recently. The first I was dropped into was designed a few months before my arrival and had the solution consisting of almost 60 projects. The references were cascading, with each project having all the previous referenced. The web project depended on all of the projects, and … Continue reading Project structure
Recently, I've been working on project which in the near future will have a quite complex authorization rules. Additionally, these rules will affect the display, simply filtering data sets, which one can view. Instantly I thought about Themis and it's 'future feature' allowing to integrate with NH. What I'd like to have is simple Themis' … Continue reading Themis wants you to hibernate her!