Next week I’m off to Sydney from Sunday to Tuesday night which means I might get some more posts done shortly.
The majority of our unpacking is done which leaves me with a bit more time to plug away on the computer and continue to write some interesting technical articles. In the meantime, I thought I’d give you all a heads up as to what to expect in the coming few weeks in terms of content.
Please leave a comment (or email me email@example.com) if you’d like to see some content sooner rather than later (I’ve developed something of a backlog and I’d like to get entries out according to popularity).
I was thinking of converting one or two of these into public presentations for delivery later this year, but I’ll leave it up to community feedback to determine which are the more interesting and/or popular subjects.
You get to decide! Vote now!
SQL Data Services (SDS) – Part 7 – Binary Objects and Advanced Querying*
- LINQ to SQL (Intro already published) – Data Context Transparency
- Writing Windows Services with the .Net Framework (3.5)
- ADO Entity Framework – Advanced Querying
- Working with the Patterns and Practices ObjectContainerDataSource
(with the ADO Entity Framework or LINQ to SQL)
- Database Tips and Tricks (SQL Server 2008 Edition)
- Windows Azure Services – Introduction
(like the SDS articles last year)
- Architectural considerations for software to run on Windows 7
- What every developer should know about Visual Studio 2010 (codename Rosario)
- What not to do: limitations, bugs and workarounds for LINQ to SQL
- And now for something completely different: Multithreading patterns MSVC C++
* So it looks like the SQL Data Services Team is revamping SDS and the ACE architecture is eventually going to be retired.
See the (1) Team Blog for more details.
- Preparing to deliver technical presentations (tips and tricks)
- Working remote – a survival guide to maintaining sanity and staying focused when working from home
- Business Analysis and Effort Forecasting – Introduction (tips and advice)
- Implementing the Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF) in your organization