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Some Nice .NET RSS Feeds

http://feeds.feedburner.com/ReflectivePerspective https://dotnetkicks.com/feeds/rss http://feeds.feedburner.com/AyendeRahien http://www.reddit.com/r/dotnet.rss http://www.reddit.com/r/csharp.rss http://www.reddit.com/r/powershell.rss http://www.reddit.com/r/sqlserver.rss http://www.reddit.com/r/azure.rss http://www.reddit.com/r/windowsazure.rss

Data Layer Validation with Entity Framework 4.1+

This is a helpful series for when you need to start doing any sort of validations on your entities. I need to dig more into OData and how it integrates nicely with NG and friends using .NET. Personal notes follow.

Entity Framework Code First Migrations

Quickly learn about how EF handles schema migration in Entity Framework Code First Migrations. Personal notes follow.

Entity Framework 4.1 – DbContext Data Access

Entity Framework 4.1 – DbContext Data Access covers the DbContext object. It is important. The lecture explains why it is important. It might seem abstract if you haven’t touched any of this stuff before. That is OK. You will recall it when you need it. Personal notes follow.

Driving a Printer with Scheme on Android

Ben implemented printing to a thermal printer on Android using Kawa Scheme.

Entity Framework 4.1 – Code First

Entity Framework 4.1 – Code First is a good next-step from this. Guessing that all of the courses referenced in the latter are going to be good next steps, so I will watch all of them. My neighbor at work asked me why I’m using PluralSight instead of just reading all of the EF material. […]

Getting Started with Entity Framework 5

Julie Lerman’s PluralSight training is as almost as good as her books. Perhaps it is not a fair comparison? She has a great writing style, and her books are a joy to read. You might expect the same experience with her training videos, and that is probably unfair. You are all about fairness, right? Entity […]

Hydra, a new Emacs package to fall in love with

A few weeks ago a really nice post appeared. It explained how to use set-transient-map. Is is nice for all the same reasons that all keymaps are nice, and additionally, their transience. The example of managing text size is perfect. Everyone has that in their Emacs config. When we define a goal like “we want […]

Narrow your view on multiple-cursor marks

The discussion in the comments of this post is great. It reveals a couple of ways to narrow your view, in a few frameworks. In particular it reveals that in multiple-cursors, all it takes is a call to mc-hide-unmatched-lines-mode. (mc-hide-unmatched-lines-mode &optional ARG) Minor mode when enabled hides all lines where no cursors (and also hum/lines-to-expand […]

Easily browsing the kill-ring

Ever wish you could just look through everything you’ve killed recently to find out if you killed that piece of text that you think you killed, but you’re not quite sure? I haven’t, but kind of wish I did, because this package looks interesting. Wondering if my workflow obviates the need for it, or, I’m […]