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Oh my beloved Time, where art thou?


Wrap Your EditorTemplates

Fri, 23 Sep 2011 14:51:00 GMT

A really cool feature in Razor is the EditorTemplate's ability to use Layouts. Just like regular Views, you can apply the a Layout. For example, a regular Textbox template:

NHibernate Talk 8/20/09

Thu, 20 Aug 2009 22:30:00 GMT

NHibernate Talk 8/14/09

Fri, 14 Aug 2009 21:02:00 GMT

Nhibernate Talk 8/12/09

Wed, 12 Aug 2009 21:10:00 GMT

NHibernate Talk 8/11/09

Tue, 11 Aug 2009 22:24:00 GMT

HTML ListFormatter

Thu, 18 Jun 2009 21:10:00 GMT

My version of the ListFormatter(s) posted here. Based off the code posted by Joe Chung in the comments. The only real modification was I added overloads for params Func and in inline format string.  This allows strongly typed code like this: <%=Model.Contacts.ToFormattedList(ListType.Unordered, "{0} - {1}", x => x.FirstName,x => x.LastName)%>  Useful? Maybe, maybe not.  public enum ListType { Ordered, Unordered, TableCell, TableRow } public static class ListFormatter { public class ListFormats { public string ItemFormat { get; set; } public string ListFormat { get; set; } } private static readonly IDictionary Formatters = new Dictionary(); static ListFormatter() { Formatters.Add(ListType.Ordered, new ListFormats { ItemFormat = "
  • {0}
  • ", ListFormat = "
    " }); Formatters.Add(ListType.Unordered, new ListFormats { ItemFormat = "
  • {0}
  • ", ListFormat = "
    " }); Formatters.Add(ListType.TableCell, new ListFormats { ItemFormat = "{0}", ListFormat = "{0}" }); Formatters.Add(ListType.TableRow, new ListFormats { ItemFormat = "{0}", ListFormat = "{0}
    " }); } public static string ToFormattedList(this IEnumerable items, ListType type) { return FormattedList(items, type); } public static string ToFormattedList(this IEnumerable items, ListType type, Func toString) { return FormattedList(items, type, toString); } public static string ToFormattedList(this IEnumerable items, ListType type, string format, params Func[] toString) { return FormattedList(items, type, format, toString); } public static string FormattedList(IEnumerable items, ListType type) { return FormattedList(items, type, s => s.ToString()); } public static string FormattedList(IEnumerable items, ListType type, Func toString) { var listFormat = Formatters[type].ListFormat; var itemFormat = Formatters[type].ItemFormat; var itemsProjected = items.Select(item => string.Format(itemFormat, toString(item))); return string.Format(listFormat, string.Join(string.Empty, itemsProjected.ToArray())); } public static string FormattedList(IEnumerable items, ListType type, string format, params Func[] toStrings) { var listFormat = Formatters[type].ListFormat; var itemFormat = Formatters[type].ItemFormat; var sb = new StringBuilder(); foreach (var item in items) sb.AppendFormat(itemFormat, InvokeOnItem(item, format, toStrings)); return string.Format(listFormat, sb); } public static string InvokeOnItem(T item, string format, Func[] toStrings) { var projected = new object[toStrings.Length]; for (var i = 0; i < projected.Length; i++) projected[i] = toStrings[i].Invoke(item); return string.Format(format, projected); } } [...]

    InModel OutModel

    Fri, 24 Apr 2009 14:22:00 GMT

    These sure make life easier, create an InModel and OutModel for your MVC views.

    Entity Framework 2.0

    Tue, 08 Jul 2008 13:57:00 GMT

    I'd be interested in hearing the Ayende take on the new features possibly coming to EF 2.0.

    Thu, 29 May 2008 18:35:00 GMT

    Anyone else getting this guy's delicious articles in the main feed?


    UPDATE: nvm, must have been something up with Google Reader, I removed the feed and re-added it and now it looks back on track. 

    Ghetto ASP.NET Debugging - Useful Extensions

    Fri, 11 Apr 2008 17:22:00 GMT

            public static void Write(this System.Web.HttpResponse response, string formatString, params object[] args)
    System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Response.Write(string.Format(formatString, args));

    public static void WriteLine(this System.Web.HttpResponse response, string s)

    public static void WriteLine(this System.Web.HttpResponse response, string formatString, params object[] args)
    System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Response.WriteLine(string.Format(formatString, args));

    NHibernate 2.0 alpha

    Mon, 31 Mar 2008 15:12:00 GMT

    Ayende has announced the release on his blog.  Interesting features to note:

    • join mapping element to map one class to several tables
    • tables and inheritance strategy
    • added support for paging in sub queries 

     Warning: there are some breaking changes.  Check out the post for more info.


    Heroes Happen

    Fri, 11 Jan 2008 15:58:00 GMT

     It looks like a lot of cities have registration enabled.

    HTML Output Abstraction and SubSonic

    Wed, 31 Oct 2007 21:50:00 GMT

    Jason has a posted a good read on the topic here. 

    On the topic of SS, I'm still on the fence.  I grew up with WORM and have since migrated to NHibernate.  I'm just not sure about the "Generate my domain from the database schema." idea.  Unfortunately I mostly work with an older legacy db where I can't really redefine the schema (legacy apps are still in use) to match my domain model.  Using a mapping file based mapper allow me to use my own naming convention versus a convention created 10+ years ago.  With new projects I would *never* let my db schema dictate my domain, its not worth the stranglehold, but I cant start from scratch all the time.


    Slashdot's Hardware Infrastructure

    Fri, 19 Oct 2007 16:31:00 GMT

     Interesting read on Slashdot's hardware infrastructure.

    New Home?

    Tue, 18 Sep 2007 19:10:00 GMT

    Its been a couple days since the last update, I wonder if Jim has found a new home.


    Fri, 01 Jun 2007 20:27:00 GMT

    To much comment FUD is going around right now. Stop it please!  TDD is still possible with the Express versions of VS.NET! TestDriven.Net is *Not* required to utilize TDD.  For example: NUnit is just one of the many tools that work just fine alongside Express.  Maybe not as convenient, but it works just the same.  I dont like it when people act like this is the end of TDD using Express. 


    ...must get the green light!


    Thu, 24 May 2007 15:45:00 GMT

    So I'm building a simple app that allows users to upload photos to our public website.  I'm using the FileUpload control that is built into ASP.NET.  It has worked like a charm before in other apps, but today I started having a problem with it, in place of the files that get uploaded are a little text file (with the same name specified in the HttpPostedFile.SaveAs method) with these contents: 

    The original file is in the temp folder. Full path of the file: C:\Temp\597fb3e5-542d-48ba-9b61-08bf9f6ddc42.tmp

    So I go checkout the Temp folder and sure enough, albeit renamed, my .JPG's are there.  After googling, I found a post on the ASP.NET forums, but alas no answers.  Absolutely nothing else.

    I've tried using IIS on Vista, Visual Studio Development Server, and even pushed it to a staging server, they all produce the same behavior. I have given the ASP.NET process Modify access rights to the folder, but I think if it was a security issue it would throw an "Access Denied" exception. I'm going to revisit some old apps where I have used this control and see if I can spot anything that stands out.

    UPDATE: I figured it out, the culprit was a 3rd party component installed previously.

    Speak Your Mind!

    Mon, 21 May 2007 17:42:00 GMT

    Looks like one of my favorite sites is being updated again, and with a redesign to boot!  Check out Jonathon Goodyear's site.

    New Post Test

    Wed, 16 May 2007 20:01:00 GMT

    CS 2007 Test, this better not show up in the main feed... :-)

     Update: Well it did, sorry all, I did not use any of the "follwing tags", not sure whats up.


    Sat, 17 Mar 2007 01:09:00 GMT

    We are hiring a full time ASP.NET Developer!

    Location: Salt Lake City, UT 84121

    Status: Full Time, Employee Or Contract

    Job Category: Computers, Software Relevant Work Experience: 1+ to 2 Years

    Career Level: Experienced (Non-Manager)

    Education Level: High School or equivalent

    Environment: Totally laid back! Cool company. (I can't express this enough :)

    Over tech'ed description: :-)
    Job Purpose: Enhances user capabilities and satisfaction by planning, developing, and testing web-based applications. Duties:

    * Confirms site objectives by analyzing and validating user requirements; identifying new features and functionality and the streamlining and upgrading of existing features.

    * Develops Web applications by studying existing technology architecture; analyzing browser compatibility techniques; evaluating solution alternatives; developing prototypes; building n-tier, scalable, and multimedia applications; programming objects, events, functions, error trapping, data verification, animations, interactions, and dynamic updating; designing, installing, and configuring databases; completing documentation.

    * Develops user interfaces by preparing a workflow chart and diagram based on subject matter, human factors, and logic; writing queries involving table alterations, views, selects, inner and outer joins, and optimized queries.

    * Integrates applications by studying and establishing connectivity with network systems, databases, search engines, and information servers. * Confirms Web applications by planning and conducting tests; modifying program sequence and/or debugging codes; resolving problems.

    * Maintains team accomplishments by communicating essential information; coordinating actions; obtaining expert input; reviewing open issues and action items; contributing information to team meetings and reports. * Reduces costs and improves serviceability by preparing reusable component design.

    * Updates job knowledge by researching new web technologies; participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.

    * Accomplishes organization goals by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.

    Required Skills: C#, ASP.NET, Microsoft SQL Server

    Helpful Skills/Qualifications: Analyzing Information , Problem Solving, Verbal Communication, Customer Focus, Customer Service, Web User Interface Design, Functional and Technical Skills, Problem Solving, Quality Focus, Web Programming Skills, Written Communication

    Bonus Skills: Domain Driven Design, Agile!

    If your in the SLC valley and interested, please dont hesitate to contact me.