NicolBlog

Nicola Delfino's blog

October, 2007

Blog - About

About Nicola Delfino blog

I live in Rome/Italy and my role here is Architect in Microsoft's local services division.

I spend my time working, but when I don't work, I play with my sons, if I don't play with my sons, I write software, If I don't write software, I take photos, if I don't take photos, I look photos (mainly on flickr), if I don't look photos, I travel, If I don't travel, I run, if I don't run I sleep, if I don't sleep... I work again...

(as you can understand, I don't blog so much;-) 

Consider this blog as my notebook, where I post information I need and I don't want to loose in some sub sub sub directory or paper sheet.

Enjoy,

Nicola.

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    Understanding how User and Application settings are managed via Visual Studio 2005/2008

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    When you write a .NET application, to manage configuration settings is often required. These configuration settings can have a "user" or "application" scope. User settings can be different for each user will use the application, instead...
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    WPF and its positioning versus Windows Form

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    User interfaces are a fundamentally important part of most applications. Making those interfaces as effective has possible can have measurable benefits to the people and organizations that rely on them. With Windows Presentation Fundation (WPF) developers...
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    Avoid threads deadlock

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    On this month's issue of MSDN Magazine, Stephen Toub describe the class DdMonitor. DdMonitor implements almost all interfaces exposed by .NET System.Threading.Monitor class but includes deadlock detection capabilities too. With the objective to make...
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