Posts tagged with open-source

Dec 8 2009

Develop by Ozmosis

Last Thursday I presented in the Perth .NET Community of Practice December DevJam event. I won 1st place potentially by pulling the sympathy vote as apparently I looked pretty much how I felt whic...

May 17 2009

BDD has me out of my Gourd with NGourd

As it seems that there is a buzz generating around NGourd on Twitter I figured I really should write a blog post about it. A few weeks ago there was an OzVAN session on Behaviour Driven Developmen...

Jan 13 2009

Petition to have Copy and Paste removed from Visual Studio

Well, it's a new year and I have several crazy projects planned for 2009. Crazy Project #1 is well underway and I hope to be able to say more about it soon. Watch this space. With the new year, th...

Nov 27 2008

Turbulence on CodePlex

Towards the beginning of last month (was it only a month ago?) Jarred and I won the Devsta competition with a game called Turbulence. I received an email yesterday telling me that if I didn't pub...

Nov 10 2008

Unity v1.2 - Now with method interception

A couple of weeks ago I noticed that the latest Unity release (1.2) has facilities for doing method-level inception so I decided to have a play. If you haven't seen it before, method-level interc...

Jun 21 2008


Buying a house and dealing with various horrible sicknesses in a wide variety of family members is a great way to use up all of your spare time. That why I build my MVC applications with MvcSuppor...

Apr 11 2008

MVC Storefront

If you haven't seen it Rob Conery has been putting together a screen-cast series called MVC Storefront. The project has a few purposes which includes Building a real MVC application (an e-comm...

Dec 1 2007

Crank v0.2

Earlier this week Crank made it's second release. If you missed it Crank, a tool for rapid prototyping of data models, launched a couple of weeks ago.New features include Optional and Required mo...

Nov 12 2007

Open Source Project: Crank

After reading The ASP.NET Anthology I was inspired to try out SubSonic. I liked it but I didn't have a data model just lying around to play with. I could get massive productivity gains once I had ...

Jun 28 2007

Open Source Bonanza

Wow. Yesterday Jeff Atwood at Coding Horror wrote a post indicating that he and Microsoft would be donating cash to the .NET Open Source Community. Since then 150 or so people have left comments r...

Jun 27 2007

The chain of giving starts with Microsoft

I was very interested to see this article today over at Coding Horror. As Jeff Atwood has decided to start advertising on his blog he is going to donate money to Open Source projects. Not only tha...