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I recently moved to a smaller place and can’t keep all my technical book collection. I’m selling the books that I already read, no longer need or have duplicates. Some of them are for old .NET frameworks, but if you are maintaining legacy applications with these framework versions, the books from Microsoft Press can be […]

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Two days ago I interviewed a developer that was applying for a junior software developer position. One of the questions that every interviewer must always ask is about the security of the data. So, the developer answered the question by referring me to this comic:

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Almost everyone, when they first start building a distributed application, make the following eight assumptions. All are proven to be false in the long run and cause trouble and painful learning experiences: The network is reliable Latency is zero Bandwidth is infinite The network is secure Topology doesn’t change There is one administrator Transport cost […]

Up to .NET 3.5 multi-threading programming had it challenges. Multi-threading is a way to improve application performance and responsiveness by running long operations in a different thread from the main application thread. Up to .NET 3.5 the parallel threads created by an application domain only targeted a single CPU core by CPU affinity. We also […]

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Design pattern books: 1.       C# 3.0 Design Patterns 2.       Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software: 3.       Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture This book is a must 4.       Microsoft .NET: Architecting Applications for the Enterprise (Pro-Developer) 5.       Microsoft Application Architecture Guide (Patterns & Practices) (This one can be downloaded for free as PDF from msdn) […]

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It’s been a while since I blogged. It’s good to be back. I switched job descriptions and became an application architect, which means, I get to decide how solutions are designed…and if the solutions won’t work, the blame goes on me :-p Now seriously, I was reviewing old posts and realized WordPress didn’t make a […]

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A day like today Carl Sagan would have turned 76 years old. This small post is a tribute to the veterans of the world wars who fought Nazism and intolerance.

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Oct/10

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How time is spent on web development

The subject of this blog post does not necessarily aligns with my employer’s opinion and it is given just as a comment.

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Agile development

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