Archive for June, 2007

Better Domain-Driven Design Implementation – Via Udi’s Blog

June 22, 2007 Leave a comment
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How Interfaces solve visibility and testing issues

June 22, 2007 Leave a comment
Udi has a really nice post here on how Interfaces solve visibility and testing issues.
A nice read.
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Talking about Videos & Podcasts on Microsoft technologies

June 22, 2007 Leave a comment

From Sreedhar. 


Videos & Podcasts on Microsoft technologies

Videos, Podcasts on Microsoft Technologies

I have recently prepared a list of Videos, Podcasts sites on Microsoft Technologies known to me. Add up the sites you know

.NET Rocks – .NET Rocks! is twice a week talk show for anyone interested in programming on the Microsoft .NET platform. The shows range from introductory information to hardcore geekiness. The show is hosted by CarlFranklin & Richard Campbell. The best show by far in the .NET World. Check out the shows Archive.

DNRTV – Once again the show is hosted by Carl Franklin dnrTv is a fusion of a training video and an interview show. Every week carl interviews a guest on technology, while the guest acutually demonstrating(Coding live) on the technology. Great show which helps you to kickstart new technologies. Check out the Archive page for list of shows.

HanselMinutes – Hanselminutes is a weekly audio talk show with noted web developer and technologist Scott Hanselman and hosted by once again Carl Franklin. Scott discusses utilities and tools, gives practical how-to advice, and discusses ASP.NET or Windows issues and workarounds. Scott Hanselman’s has an excellent blog which is very resourceful to any one in .NET World. Check out the previous shows.

Channel9 – Channel9 is a great place where microsoft host videos with its employees about the coolest things they are working on inside Microsoft. The interviews are in converstion style, with great hosts like charles, Rory they are very interesting too. Its always interesting to hear about the technology, from some one who is actually part of developing it. Check this place regularly to know whats new from microsoft. & ArCast.TV – Hosted by RonJacobs, the shows discuss about latest trends in architecture, with new products and technologies evolving. Ron interviews guests from product teams, Microsoft customers and partners to through light on what’s happening around and how software architecture is evovling. Ron has great blog and website

Microsoft Webcasts – This is central repository of webcasts on microsoft technologies. Microsoft provides tons of webcasts on different technologies which are a great place to start if you want to learn any new technology. You can view them online and most of them are downloadable too. The content available here covers most of the topics in microsoft world.
Update: Microsoft has also added virtual labs under this section. Users can browse, download/listen to on-demand webcasts and can also try the same on virtual labs.

The .NET show – The original .NET show hosted by Robert Hess and produced by microsoft. The show primarly focuses on whats new and what would be the next big thing in .NET world. The show is usually monthly, though sometimes the gap between shows is even wider. The show has a great list of archives which would be of interest to .NET world.

ASPNet PodCast – Asp Net podcast is targeted at developers in ASP.NET and SQLServer the show is hosted by Contains some good podcasts on various topics in ASP.NET. Check out Wally’s Blog for previous shows

SqlDownUnder – Hosted by GregLow, this show is all about SQL Server. It has some interesting shows with Dr Jim Gray, Bob Beauchemin, Kimberly Tripp

Polymorphic Podcast – Hosted by Craig Shoemaker, This is one of the good shows around on .NET platform. The show priamraly focus on Object Oriented Development, Architecture, Best Practices in .NET

RunAsRadio – Hosted by Richard Campbell, Greg Hughes RunAsRadio is launched recently on April 11, 2007. RunAs Radio is a weekly Internet Audio Talk Show for IT Professionals working with Microsoft products. The full range of IT topics is covered from a Microsoft-centric viewpoint.

Grok Talks – This contains a list of 36 videos each done by a Microsoft Regional Director shot during tech-ed 2005. These talks are typically 10-15 minutes and are fun to watch. Go check out the cools stuff.

MSDN TV – MSDN TV was a a show with short video, appearing weekly, featuring useful technology tips and insights from the folks behind the scenes at Microsoft. The last episode of the show was posted on 14th September 2006. Though the show is no longer active, check out the archive the great shows.


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Encapsulation vs Information Hiding

June 11, 2007 Leave a comment
Good discussion on "Encapsulation vs Information Hiding" in Joel on Software
Update: Another article:
Encapsulation is not information hiding
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Life after death by PowerPoint

June 11, 2007 Leave a comment
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The underlying patterns of Composite Application Block

June 7, 2007 Leave a comment
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I stand corrected

June 6, 2007 Leave a comment
I have been mis spelling ‘of late’ for quite some time now.
Thanks to Mike, I stand corrected now. Earlier I used to spell as Off late
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