(Part 2, Part 3, Part 4) I’ve been meaning to blog about our findings with getting CI going for Flex, since I took time to whinge about it earlier.
Wow, that is a long, clumsy title. Google will like it, though.
Following on from my previous post, here is a short post showing how quickly you can create a REST based service using the WCF Facility for Castle Windsor.
My old post about the Castle Windsor WCF facility is a bit long in the tooth, as Mr.
So, I get this error from time to time in a dev environment or, occasionally, on a client’s server.
I’ve been looking at Cruise, which is a continuous integration framework from ThoughtWorks recently.
I am returning to Charlotte in the morning after a nerd-vigorating week in Palm Springs at the ESRI Developers Summit.
I built myself a new server last weekend, as the old one (a Dell 620 that was shipped in 2001!
I wanted to post this because I think it’s cool and showcases the very tip of Windows Powershell.
InfoQ just blogged on a couple of .NET Migrations third-party libraries, which is something I’ve often wished the .