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Dylan Smith,

This is my first blog post ever. D'Arcy convinced me that I should start a blog to talk about all the good times at Tech-Ed. So here we go. I'm headed down to Boston for Tech-Ed 2006 in a couple days. ...

Chris Williams,

Eventually, all roads lead to home or something like that. I'm back in town and back in the game. A few things to update: - GWB Game Contest, yes. still working on that one. My Tank game without tanks ...

Greg Young,

I will be giving an AOP presentation to the Atlanta .NET user group the 27th at the Microsoft offices in Alpharetta http://www.atlantadotnet.org/. The following is a description of the presentation. Joe ...

Mohammad Azam,

I decided to look into the design patterns so I can write good code. These days I am learning the Factory Pattern. The first important rule is "Program to an interface and not the implementation". What ...

Dave Oliver,

Yahoo has created a design pattern library in their developer section and can be found here. Sadly no code drops to accompany the design patterns but it's a good start. Nice one Yahoo! I hope MSN and Google ...

Brian Schroer,

There's a nice video from last week's VSLive presentation on the Fawcette web site: Outlining the Future of Software Chappell & Associates' David Chappell detailed the design patterns for a new breed ...

Matt Roberts,

I missed out on patterns at Uni, they were just starting to take off in a big way in the land of OO and so we wasted our time learning about formal specification languages and the like. Anyway, I came ...

Dave Chestnutt,

In my company, I've been able to join various projects over the years. As a result, I'm usually modifying or adding to legacy code. Of course, in reality, all code is legacy code after about a week. In ...

Dave Oliver,

I had promised you another post on my predictions for 2006. Well, after listening to feedback (thanks all that have emailed me) it seems that most of you would like to see a deeper dive into technologies ...

Mohamed Ahmed Meligy,

Yesterday I had some problems with sleeping, so, I thought I should do something useful. I opened my browser and favourites and my Gmail box and started typing to my MCAD course group and my close friends. ...

Vinayak,

Design patterns are recurring solutions to software design problems you find again and again in real-world application development. Patterns are about design and interaction of objects, as well as providing ...

Rajeev Gopalakrishnan,

He asked. And I said yes! With having immense experience as a visiting faculty in my TCS years, I knew (As Tommy Lee Jones says, “100 years back man KNEW that earth was flat!”) that it would ...

Joel Ross,

I've been reading Design Patterns recently, so I'm in the pattern mode of thought. Which is why this post from Thomas Williams was so interesting. It's a link to a website that has a list of a bunch of ...

Chris J. Breisch,

Those that know me, know that I read quite a few books, both fiction and work-related. As a result, I’m often asked “What’s a good book for X?” or “Do you have any information ...

Allen Guest,

It's been quite a while since my last blog post so let me try and recall some interesting things I've ran into since I've lasted posted. Books that I've read: Design Patterns in C# published by Addison ...

Mark Treadwell,

Sigh. I was making great progress on my .NET custom forms designer bits for VS05 when the test machine's hard drive quit. I have a backup, but quite a bit of progress appears to be lost. Sigh. While I ...

Tim Hibbard,

I went to the Kansas City .NET User Group meeting last night. The presenter was Richard Hale on Design Patterns. The content itself was good, but the presentation was not. His tangents were so over the ...

INETA Pakistan,

It has been very tough couple of weeks, both in terms of work loads and emotional stress. However I was able to find some time to speak on .Net on a couple occassions. Following is the summary for recently ...