Real World Cloud App – From Start to Finish: The Data Layer

In the second article in this series, I laid out the architecture and design for this cloud solution. Now it’s finally time to get coding! In this article I will discuss how I designed the data layer using Cosmos DB. To keep a separation of concerns, I will talk about the business entities which is … Continue reading Real World Cloud App – From Start to Finish: The Data Layer

dotNetDave Rocks Silicon Valley Code Camp 2016

The Silicon Valley Code Camp in San Jose, CA is on October 1st - 2nd, 2016. It's the largest Code Camp in the United States (maybe the world) and I hope to see you there. I will be doing the sessions below. Röck Yoür Apps With >= 10 Things You Probably Aren’t Doing This session … Continue reading dotNetDave Rocks Silicon Valley Code Camp 2016

Formatting LINQ Statements

Language-Integrated Query (LINQ) was introduced in Visual Studio 2008/ .NET 3.5 and was actually one of my favorite features. It makes writing queries so much easier, especially for XML and object collections. Even though Visual Studio 2013 auto-formats the queries better, there is even a even better way to make them more readable. Here is … Continue reading Formatting LINQ Statements

Fullerton Code Camp 2011

I hope everyone in southern California is planning to attend this years SoCal Code Camp in Fullerton, Ca on 1/29 – 1/30. It’s always a great time and lots of free training! I will be presenting the following sessions and I hope you will attend. Building nTier Applications with Entity Framework Services Learn how to … Continue reading Fullerton Code Camp 2011

Los Angeles Code Camp 2010

I hope everyone in southern California is planning to attend this years SoCal Code Camp in Los Angeles on 10/23 – 10/24. It’s always a great time and lots of free training! I will be presenting the following sessions and I hope you will attend. Back-2-Basics: Exception & Event Instrumentation in .NET This session will … Continue reading Los Angeles Code Camp 2010