Monthly Archives: April 2009

Decoupling Workflow And Forms With An Application Controller

One of the big problems I’ve been trying to solve recently, is in my current WinForms application that using a Model-View-Presenter setup. I have my workflow between forms coupled to the forms directly. That is, in order to get from … Continue reading 

Posted in .NET, AppController, C#, Design Patterns, Git, Model-View-Presenter, Principles and Patterns | 9 Comments

How A .NET Developer Learned Ruby And Rake, To Build .NET Apps In Windows

I recently decided it was time for me to learn Ruby and Rake – with the specific goal of replacing my NAnt scripts in some projects, due to the high level of complexity and logic that I need in the … Continue reading 

Posted in .NET, Continuous Integration, Education, Rake, Ruby | 10 Comments