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TechEd 2012: MVVM In XAML

Paul Sheriff was a real character at the start of his MVVM in XAML session. There was a lot of sarcasm and self deprecation going on prior to the . That is never a bad way to get things rolling right after lunch. Then things got semi-serious. The presentation itself had a number of surprises, but not all of them had to do with XAML. When he flipped over his company’s code generation tool it took me off guard. I am used to generator that create code for a whole project, but his tools were able to ......

Review: ComponentOne Studio for Entity Framework

While I have always been a fan of libraries that improve coding efficiency and reduce code redundancy I have mostly been using ones that were in the public domain. As part of the Geeks With Blogs Influencers program a got my hands on ComponentOne’s Studio for Entity Framework. Below are my thought after working with the product for several weeks. My coding preference has always been maintainable code that is reusable across an enterprises protfolio. Because of this my focus in reviewing this product ......

July 2010 Chicago Architects Group Wrap Up

I would like to thank Dave Leininger for coming out and giving us a wonderful presentation on Business Intelligence. We had a good turn out and lively discussion. I definitely had a few preconceived notions of of BI smashed. The main one was when he said that most BI projects don’t use a data warehouse. On top of the information about BI we had some great discussion about general architecture topics. One of these was what is available from different vendors on how to make architecture decisions. ......

May 2010 Chicago Architects Group Wrap Up

Scott Seely did a wonderful job this evening of explaining how cloud services fit into our application architectures and specifically how Azure is organized. He covered everything from Table Storage to code name Dallas (OData). The discussion continued well beyond the end of the meeting which was attended by members of all sectors of IT and multiple platforms. Be sure to join us in the upcoming months as we cover the following topics: June – Document Generation Architecture July – Architecting a ......