Automated Build ADNUG Presentation

The last ADNUG presentation was on Automated Builds.  We (were supposed) briefly discuss the different build tools available for .Net.  I gave a demo of using Nant, Derrick Bailey demonstrated Rake / Albacore, Jorge Matos demonstrated powereshell / psake and … Continue reading 

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Two Code Camps Last Month

I had the opportunity to speak at two code camps in May.  I spoke at the Iowa Code Camp and of course the Austin Code Camp.  I had a great time in Iowa, and no one made fun of my … Continue reading 

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CodeCamp Deadline for Sessions is Getting Close

If you’re waiting until the last minute to submit your sessions for the Austin Code Camp, you’re just about there.  The deadline for submissions is March 27.  You can submit your session here. Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post … Continue reading 

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Austin Code Camp 2010 Call For Speakers

  When:    May 15, 2010 – 8:30 AM – 5PM Where:  St. Edwards University Professional Education Center, Austin, TX The Austin .Net Users Group is hosting its fifth Code Camp. This one day, community driven conference has grown beyond the … Continue reading 

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Implementing Domain Queries

My current Repository interface looks something like this: public interface IRepository { T FindOne<T>(int id); T FindBy<T>(Expression<Func<T, bool>> expression); IEnumerable<T> FindAllBy<T>(Expression<Func<T, bool>> expression); IEnumerable<T> FindAll<T>(); T FindOneBy<T>(Expression<Func<T, bool>> expression); void Save<T>(T target); void Update<T>(T target); void SaveOrUpdate<T>(T target); void Delete<T>(T … Continue reading 

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Brown Bag It To Pablo’s Fiesta

Thanks to the generous folks, at St. Edwards PEC, the only real cost to organizing our Open Space conference is providing food.  This what the $15 registration fee is covering: food, drinks and snacks. It’s important to us that whoever … Continue reading 

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And Now a Word From Our Sponsors

I wanted to take a moment and thank the sponsors of  Pablo’s fiesta open space conference.  People and Organizations who sponsor conferences do so because they value their community and use base.  This is especially so for open space conferences … Continue reading 

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The Open Space Conference Experience

he Los Techies Fiesta is shaping up to be a wonderful conference.  We’ve had excellent response with more than 60 people register and quite a few sponsors to help make it even better.  I thought I would take a moment … Continue reading 

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Pablo’s Fiesta: Open Space Conference in Austin TX

Pablo’s Fiesta Los Techies Open Space Conference on Software Quality & Craftsmanship When: February 26, 27 & 28 Where: St. Edward’s Professional Educational Center, Austin TX I am proud to announce the first Los Techies Open Space Conference.  We’ve been … Continue reading 

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Making JavaScript APIs Easier to Use

Todd Anglin presented some of the AJAX functionality available in ASP.Net 4.0 at this months ADNUG meeting.  One of the things he demonstrated was the Client Side binding, which is really cool (I’ll have more on this later).  In one … Continue reading 

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