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  • Blog Post: Policy Injection App Block - Behind the Scenes

    Tom and I are making a set of simultaneous posts about a recent addition to the EntLib 3.0 family of Application Blocks - the Policy Injection Application Block (PIAB). His post is an introduction and high-level description, but in this one I wanted to get a little bit behind the scenes and expose the...
  • Blog Post: Of EntLib 2.0, a local AOP Workshop, and the infamous TDD article

    Quickie blog post, just to get jamming: EntLib internals webcast . Yes, EntLib and CAB ship with ObjectBuilder, our common factory & dependency injection infrastructure ++. Answering the FAQs: Yes, we have one. Yes, it's this one. Yes, you can build something like Spring with it, if you wanted...
  • Blog Post: Fernando uses his new blog to explain the special Dependency Injection in EntLib 2

    Fernando is one of the developers in the EntLib team - and one of the people working in a dependency injection implementation we have in there. Here's his new Blog! The DI in entlib is currently designed to simplify the notion of building configurable objects. We haven't needed to add features...
  • Blog Post: One Bad Unit Test..How many angels can dance on the head of a pin?

    I was coding some stuff this last Friday, trying to clarify to myself some of the feedback we've been getting for CAB, the Dependency Injection work we've done there and we are doing in EntLib, partial specifications, and related topics. I was playing on a prototype, which inclines me strongly to write...
  • Blog Post: Backwards Compatibility and Enterprise Library and all patterns & practices assets -What's the deal?

    Hello. How are you? Enterprise Library for VS.NET 2005 will have API and configuration changes compared to the latest versions (January/June). So will other blocks and a lot of the rest of the guidance....and you should expect this. er...Is that a roar I hear approaching? Why can't patterns &...
  • Blog Post: 5 years of guidance groups at Microsoft! - What's your story?

    5 years ago Microsoft executives approved the existence of a group focused on guidance - understanding enterprise customer scenarios, creating a dedicated engineering team to producing guidance in the form of code,patterns, frameworks and guides, and consolidating the authoritative content that enterprises...
  • Blog Post: My Performance Review Document - Are these the right things to be working on?

    I had a conversation with Ward today where he was asking me if it was common for folks in MS to share their goals (what you go against when you do performance appraisal) as a way of communicating to others what they are working on. It led me to think about a lot of things, but especially: 1) How the...
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