Tag Archives: PostSharp
Battle of the INotifyPropertyChanged techniques
Recently at a conference I was given the opportunity to talk about Aspect Orientated programming with PostSharp. In my demo I showed off the difference between creating an INotifyPropertyChanged class manually, using boilerplate code generated by Resharper, and using smart … Continue reading
South Florida Code Camp 2013 my demo links #sflcc
This year was my second year presenting at the South Florida Code Camp. I am once again amazed at the amount of attendees, number of sessions, and of course the great folks you get to meet and learn from.
Presenting at South Florida Code Camp Sat 9th
This coming weekend (Feb 9th) I will be giving two presentations.
PostSharp 3 CTP released
On the 26th the great folks at SharpCrafters announced the much anticipated PostSharp 3 CTP (Community Technical Preview). There are many changes in this CTP so lets review some of them. For anyone new let me start by a quick … Continue reading
Use PostSharp Aspects across multiple projects in a solution
The question came up today ‘How can I store my aspects in a single project in my solution and allow them to be usable across my application” Luckily for us PostSharp follows DRY and SRP so this is fairly straight … Continue reading
Intro to Aspect Oriented Programming with PostSharp–Part 3
To continue on from Part 2. For this article we will talk about one of the aspects I utilize the most OnExceptionAspect Note: This may be the last generic post, I am working on a new blog series will show … Continue reading
Intro to Aspect Oriented Programming with PostSharp–Part 2
To Continue on from Part 1 lets dive a little deeper into Aspect Oriented Programming utilizing a framework called PostSharp Setup Windows 7 X64 Visual Studio 2010 (if I get a large enough feedback I will switch this series to … Continue reading
Get PostSharp to Work .NET 4 and below apps on VS 11 Beta/Win 8
Note: This so far is working on any targeted project that Visual Studio 11 except .NET 4.5. If something specific is not working on say .net 4 or 3.5 please let me know and I will update this post. Just … Continue reading
PostSharp .. User Group .. Code Camp != Sleep
My big week has finally ended.. As always when one chapter closes another opens along with back to writing post. To recap I was given a great opportunity by SharpCrafters to present on: Introduction to Aspect Oriented programming using PostSharp.
How PostSharp has improved my ability to follow SRP
For those new to SRP, it stands for Single responsibility principle. Here is a snippet from Wikipedia on the meaning. In object-oriented programming, the single responsibility principle states that every object should have a single responsibility, and that responsibility should … Continue reading
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