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Postby haivd » Sat Mar 14, 2009 11:14 am

From now on, I hope I can do something here to promote .NET :D

For those who are interested in ASP.NET MVC, you should definitely check Scott Guthrie's blog (http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/default.aspx) regularly. He is Corporate Vice President in the Microsoft Developer Division, one of my idols, truly :D . In his latest post, he makes an offer that no-one can refuse : a "Free ASP.NET MVC eBook Tutorial"

Part of it:
Scott Guthrie wrote:There has been a lot of excitement in the community about the new ASP.NET MVC framework that is about to ship (literally any day now – announcement coming soon). As with anything new, people are also asking for more tutorials/samples/documentation that cover how to get started and build applications with it.

Over the last few months I’ve been helping to contribute to an ASP.NET MVC book that Scott Hanselman, Rob Conery, and Phil Haack have been writing for Wrox. The book is now in production, and will be available to buy in stores soon (you can pre-order it on Amazon today).

I wrote the first chapter of the book – which is a 185 page end-to-end tutorial that walks-through building a small, but complete, ASP.NET MVC application from scratch. The agreement I made with Wrox was that I’d write it for free in return for them also making it available as a free PDF download.

I’m excited to announce that you can now download this free end-to-end tutorial chapter (it is a 14mb PDF file). It’s licensed under a “Creative Commons Attribution No Derivatives” license – which means you can share, distribute, print, or hand it out to anyone.

Full: http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/ ... orial.aspx


Some useful links:
http://www.asp.net/mvc/
http://haacked.com/Default.aspx
http://groups.google.com/group/sharp-architecture

Hope it helps
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Re: .NET thread

Postby haivd » Sat Mar 14, 2009 11:30 am

For those who would like to understand .NET application architecture, this is the best book you can *legally* find online:
Application Architecture Guide 2.0 (http://apparchguide.codeplex.com/)

You may want to look into these links as well:
Enterprise Library (http://entlib.codeplex.com/)
Web Service Software Factory (http://servicefactory.codeplex.com/)
Web Client Software Factory (http://websf.codeplex.com/)

Hope it helps,
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Re: .NET thread

Postby haivd » Sun Mar 15, 2009 10:23 am

Show: Expert to Expert: Anders Hejlsberg - The Future of C# ;)
http://channel9.msdn.com/shows/Going+De ... ture-of-C/

Microsoft wrote:It's always a pleasure to get a chance to sit down and geek out with Anders Hejlsberg. Anders is a Microsoft Technical Fellow (a Technical Fellow is the highest ranking technical position at Microsoft) and programming language design master. He's the creator of C# and one of the founders of .NET. Anders is an expert language design craftsman. C# is one of the most popular languages Microsoft has created and certainly the most widely used language by developers who target the .NET platform.

Erik Meijer, Expert to Expert host, programming language designer and occasionally-radical category theoritician, has spent many years working with Anders and the C# team. As you may know, Erik has been a key contributor to the addition of functional constructs to C#.

Here, Erik and Anders wax on topics ranging from the design of C# 4.0's dynamic keyword (what's the thinking behind the thinking) to the potential near and far future of the C# language (and general purpose imperative programming, generally). Anders also spends some time at the whiteboard explaining C# 4.0's support for covariance and contravariance. Of course, we can't forget about concurrency and parallelism, so we don't.

As you might expect, the conversation takes some interesting jaunts into various programming language design rabbit holes. For example, Anders discusses the notion of creating a new language to support new problem domains versus extending current languages to meet the needs of developers who need to express solutions to complex problems (so, how do you make a language like C# more dynamic in the sense that it can readily help developers solve problems that the language was not initially designed to solve?). We talk about the work being done on a service-oriented C# compiler (compiler as a service), C# as an ESDL container (or as an EDSL itself to be hosted in other environments...) and much more. This is a fantastic conversation with some of Microsoft's true visionaries. Enjoy.
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Re: .NET thread

Postby huytoan_pc » Sun Mar 15, 2009 1:09 pm

ủng hộ topic này hehe
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Re: .NET thread

Postby Libras2909 » Sat Apr 11, 2009 9:44 pm

nice :D
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Re: .NET thread

Postby haivd » Sun Apr 12, 2009 12:52 am

If you're familiar with functional programming languages, like Scheme in CS1101S or Lisp in CS4244, you'll surely be interested in F# ;) . It's

Microsoft wrote:a functional programming language for the .NET Framework. It combines the succinct, expressive, and compositional style of functional programming with the runtime, libraries, interoperability, and object model of .NET.


Watch this webcast in last year PDC for an introduction, or the latest interview with Don Syme, F#'s father, for its history. You can go to the official website to discover it yourself http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/fsharp/default.aspx

F# is gonna be first-class language in Visual Studio 2010. It has potentials to solve the concurrency problem in this multi-core era. And above all, it's fun :D . What are you waiting for ? Jump on it now :P

Out of context, a quote to inspire :D
Anders Hejlsberg wrote:I think to be really good at something, you have to be passionate about it too. That's something you can't learn. That's just something that you have, I think. I got into programming not because I wanted to make lots of money or because someone told me to. I got into it because I just got totally absorbed by it. You just could not stop me. I had to write programs. It was the only thing I wanted to do. I was very, very passionate about it.

You have to have that passion to get really good at something, because that makes you put in the hours, and the hours are the real key. You need to put in a lot of work.

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Re: .NET thread

Postby Chuyen vien SBC 50kg » Sun Apr 12, 2009 1:13 am

M$ đặt tên hay quá anh. F#. 8-}
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Re: .NET thread

Postby Frog » Sun Apr 19, 2009 6:19 pm

2009 Lang.net Symposium videos have been uploaded :D http://langnetsymposium.com/2009/talks.aspx
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Re: .NET thread

Postby haivd » Mon Dec 14, 2009 12:34 pm

Không biết có ai interested in Windows Azure không nhỉ? :D
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Re: .NET thread

Postby muasaigon » Thu Feb 11, 2010 2:08 pm

Góp cho zui ...;)
Kiến thức cần có để xin việc làm cho freshgrate muốn theo .NET
Programming Language: C#, VB.NET, Javascript and jQuery, HTML, SQL, XML and XSLT, LINQ
Software Architecture: MVC, MVP, n-Tiers, CSLA
Solutions: NHibernate, EntityFramework, Enterprise Library...

P/S: MS đ̉ổi hoài, theo cũng mệt
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Re: .NET thread

Postby naked_like_the_moon » Thu Feb 11, 2010 4:02 pm

add on

muasaigon wrote:Góp cho zui ...;)
Kiến thức cần có để xin việc làm cho freshgrate muốn theo .NET
Programming Language: C#, VB.NET, Javascript and jQuery, HTML, SQL, XML and XSLT, LINQ, WPF/Silverlight
Software Architecture: MVC, MVP, n-Tiers, CSLA, WCF
Solutions: NHibernate, EntityFramework, Enterprise Library...

P/S: MS đ̉ổi hoài, theo cũng mệt
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Re: .NET thread

Postby muasaigon » Fri Feb 12, 2010 2:49 pm

naked_like_the_moon wrote:add on

muasaigon wrote:Góp cho zui ...;)
Kiến thức cần có để xin việc làm cho freshgrate muốn theo .NET
Programming Language: C#, VB.NET, Javascript and jQuery, HTML, SQL, XML and XSLT, LINQ, WPF/Silverlight
Software Architecture: MVC, MVP, n-Tiers, CSLA, WCF
Solutions: NHibernate, EntityFramework, Enterprise Library...

P/S: MS đ̉ổi hoài, theo cũng mệt


Silverlight/WPF hay WCF là cái foundation thôi, put vô language hay Architecture thì ko chính xác lắm. Nếu là ngôn ngữ cho Silverlight/WPFthì là ngôn ngữ XAML... Theo mình là vậy, ko biết đúng ko ta...
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Re: .NET thread

Postby mathsvn » Sat May 22, 2010 9:51 pm

Visit my technical blog at http://minhdanh2002.blogspot.com/

Most entries are about .NET development using VB and C#, for both Windows and Windows Mobile. There are also interesting sharing about various other development areas too.
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