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  • Since some time ago, there seems to be a fight between two "philosophies" as regards web applications. Each philosophy has its own representatives amongst the various frameworks or platforms we can select to help us develop our app. On...

  • Yesterday remy sharp update jQuert Tag Suggestions plugin a list of fixes can be found here. The new features are really good: Be able to use multi words tags by specifying the separator...

  • Update: The code has moved to NetFx project at http://code.google.com/p/netfx/source/browse/trunk/Source/Guard.cs . In the task of validating function arguments, usually a sealed class Guard is created. For example...

  • In these days of agile and TDD, most probably you had to deal with mocks. In such case, you have two options: create hundreds of mock classes by hand, one for each expected behavior for every unit test, or use a mock framework. ...

  • Some time ago I wrote a post about how to create REST clients using WCF and taking advantage of its extensibility to obtain a type safe endpoint. My approach implied create a bunch of WCF behaviors and other extensions that intercepts...