Categories: Code, Coding Style Guidelines Posted by AlexanderZeitler on 7/29/2005 3:16 PM | Comments (0)
Since the beginning of this month, Microsoft has launched the FxCop Forum @MSDN-Forums. FxCop is a code analysis tool that checks .NET managed code assemblies for conformance to the Microsoft .NET Framework Design Guidelines. It uses reflection, MSIL parsing, and callgraph analysis to inspect assemb... [More]
Categories: Windows Vista Posted by AlexanderZeitler on 7/29/2005 3:10 PM | Comments (0)
Two days ago, Microsoft has launched the new Windows Vista (formerly known as "Longhorn") Developer Center.
Categories: Application Blocks, Enterprise Library Posted by AlexanderZeitler on 7/29/2005 2:36 PM | Comments (0)
There's a new category (Filter) at the GotDotNet User Samples Directory: Enterprise Library. This allows you to list all user samples developed around the famous Enterprise Library. Currently there is shown nothing because the owners of the samples need to add the new category to the sample posting(... [More]
Categories: NUnit, NUnit, Development, Development, Team System, Team System Posted by AlexanderZeitler on 7/28/2005 7:23 PM | Comments (0)
NUnit Converter is a tool that allows you to convert NUnit Tests to VSTS tests. I did not test it up to now, but according to Scott Densmore 80 - 90% of the tests will work after converting them.
Categories: Architecture Posted by AlexanderZeitler on 7/28/2005 7:12 PM | Comments (0)
Microsoft Architects Journal Issue 5 is available. Articles in this Issue: An Introduction to Topic Maps Metropolis and SOA Governance, Part 1: Towards the Agile Metropolis Planes, Trains and Automobiles: Choosing Alternate Transports for Web Services Process and Criteria for Evaluating Services-Ba... [More]
Categories: Allgemein, Blog Posted by AlexanderZeitler on 7/28/2005 11:29 AM | Comments (1)
...will happen - sooner or later.Sooner preferred blog language: english new picture of myself (showing me @Lugano a few weeks ago)Later We'll see
Categories: Web Services Posted by AlexanderZeitler on 7/28/2005 11:10 AM | Comments (0)
This is the first in a collaborative series of articles that focus on the design of Web services in such a way that they can be more easily changed in the future. via Christian Nagel
Categories: Note to self, SOA Posted by AlexanderZeitler on 7/25/2005 5:01 PM | Comments (0)
Boundaries are explicit Services are Autonomous Services share Schema and Contract not type or class Service compatibility is based on policy