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Monthly Archives: July 2010

Reasons for a C# developer to learn VB.net

I found the above mentioned question at stackoverflow today, it got really lovely answers. Top reasons: So that you can read VB code on the blogs. Because you are designing a new language and you don’t want people to hate … Continue reading

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Simplified WCF services

Being an old C++ developer I’ve always found myself doing everything by myself from the bottom and up. I’ve always created my own DAL’s, Socket handling etc etc. I continued doing this when I moved to .net and C#. Didn’t … Continue reading

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Autofac, starting components

Some of my components need to be started after all have been created. This is quite easy to solve with autofac. The components simply implement this interface: Then all I need to do is to invoke the start method: Note … Continue reading

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Nlog configuration

I’ve switched from my own logging framework to nlog. NLog seems quite flexible is under active development and suits my needs perfectly. I’m logging both to the console and to files using the following configuration file: The console get’s colored … Continue reading

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Simplified autofac registrations

I’m building an application which will monitor other applications (memory using, start them if they crash etc). I’m trying to stop re-inventing the wheel (ohhh it’s fun to do everything yourself) and start using other components. This time I needed … Continue reading

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