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‘Development’ Archive

What if Visual Studio had Achievements? January 25, 2011 1,723 Comments

What if Visual Studio supported achievements, just like games on Steam, Xbox or PS3? Bragging to your coworkers about which one you’ve just unlocked, imagine that! Here’s a little proposed list for some of them. .NET / C# flavored, of course. Falling Down – Created a new SharePoint project Job Security – Written a LINQ […]

ASP.NET MVC, session state and concurrent requests: not what you’d expect September 28, 2010 1,932 Comments

Using ASP.NET’s session storage and management providers for web applications is a no-brainer. User’s preferences, external API access tokens, uploaded documents, you name it, it usually makes sense. We’ll move it into the database when it gets too big, right? Our new photo book creation and printing service, Poyomi (a little tech intro) uses the […]

Poyomi’s architecture: .NET meets NoSQL and AMQP September 21, 2010 264 Comments

Welcome to our first behind the scenes post, an upcoming series of technical articles about Poyomi, our new photobook creation and printing service. Handling lots of incoming photos, processing them and rendering live previews as fast as possible shouldn’t be a problem with todays powerful server configurations, but doing so with good scalability options certainly […]

NT konferenca 2009: Continuous integration May 26, 2009 70 Comments

Demo source code (6.17MB) from the talk “Continuous integration: good, bad and the ugly” given at the NT konferenca 2009 in Portorož, Slovenia. Check the included Readme file for instructions.

ASP.NET MVC Performance April 17, 2009 388 Comments

A closer look at the recently released ASP.NET MVC 1.0 preffered web development stack and some of its performance implications. All of the displayed techniques are in use in production at MagCloud. The talk was first given in Slovene on 15.4.2009 at a local Microsoft developers user group, SLODUG. ASP.NET MVC Performance View more presentations […]

Marking variables in VS.NET Debugger July 20, 2007 78 Comments

Technorati Tags: vs.net, debugging Even after using Visual Studio for years (previous versions at least), you can always find hidden features. If you are debugging and have watch window open, you can click on “Make Object ID”. This will create ID for specific object or its member. You will get id’s such as 1#, 2# […]

Simple programming language performance benchmark(C# vs. Java vs. C++ vs. Ruby) May 8, 2006 250 Comments

After writting last entry on installation of .NET and Java runtimes I did a bit of searching. I noticed that one of very popular contest is .NET versus Java or C/C++ versus Java or C/C++ versus .NET (ok, I haven’t actually seen the last one in the wild, but I am sure it exists). I […]