Saturday, June 09, 2012

Weekly digest: 9 June, 2012

A gentle introduction to Backbone with jQuery, Rocky Jaiswal:Backbone is a great JavaScript framework, I am sure most developers would have heard about it. I spent some time learning Backbone and want to share the little I have learned so far.

Types of Duplication in Code, John Sonmez:One of the biggest reasons to refactor code is to eliminate duplication.  It is pretty easy to introduce duplication in our code either unintentionally or because we don’t know how to prevent or get rid of it.

AspectMap – Aspect Oriented Programming for Complete Beginners, Chris Surfleet:In computing, aspect-oriented programming (AOP) is a programming paradigm which aims to increase modularity by allowing the separation of cross-cutting concerns

ASP.NET for Mobile, One ASP.NET and Realtime ASP.NET with Signalr - Video of Scott Hanselman's talks in Russia:The English versions of my three talks (plus one open Q&A sesssion) are now all up for your viewing pleasure.

Differences Between NHibernate and Entity Framework, Ricardo Peres:NHibernate and Entity Framework are two of the most popular O/RM frameworks on the .NET world. Although they share some functionality, there are some aspects on which they are quite different. This post will describe this differences and will hopefully help you get started with the one you know less. Mind you, this is a personal selection of features to compare, it is by no way an exhaustive list.

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