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The end of an exciting era

Dear reader, due to the reason I’m still getting mails and questions I believe it is appropriate to announce, that this blog has been already retired for years. After 11 years being with Microsoft as a professional premier support engineer, … Continue reading

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Still musing around T4 Templates – Part 3

  As I have promised, here goes the third part of the series dealing with T4 Templates in Entity Framework. In the previous parts (Part1 and Part 2) we have focused rather on T4 Templates’ basics elaboration without Entity Framework … Continue reading

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Musing around T4 Templates – Part 2

  In my previous article (Part 1) we went through the T4 basics and created a C# Template from the scratch. Let’s in this part take a closer look at the T4 Pragma Sections which came short in the first … Continue reading

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Musing around T4 Templates – Part 1

  In .NET 4.0 the new Entity Framework is heavily wired with T4 capabilities. By the way T4 stands for Text Template Transformation Toolkit. Actually it is nice, that you can benefit from those templates even without the slightest idea … Continue reading

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Consuming RESTful Services and utilizing Basic Authentication

  Introduction This article assumes you have already built some RESTful Service and now curious how to write client side code in order to access and consume that service. If you appear to be yet without such service, let’s take … Continue reading

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RESTful error handling

  I’m starting this new entry for the reason to clarify a basic misunderstanding while dealing with RESTful Services. In the last couple of days I was at least twice confronted with a very strange idea. The talk is about … Continue reading

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Still musing around CAS

  Just for the case you will login to a newly deployed nice Windows Server 2008 (R2) where Visual Studio 2008 SP1 along with .NET 3.5 SP1 are installed, and you will be tempted (for some reason or other) to … Continue reading

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