Ferdinando Santacroce's blog

That damn “FieldSpecified” bool in web references

That damn “FieldSpecified” bool in web references

Now and then I need to implement some Java AXIS web service calls for work. Quite often in my C# proxy classes I have some objects with fields to set; and quite often it seems that some of my values are not considered by the server: why the heck? 99% of times it depends from […]

Packt’s celebrates 10 years with a special $10 offer

Packt’s celebrates 10 years with a special $10 offer

All books and video at 10$, don’t miss the chance!

Software Gardening – Light and Sunshine

Software Gardening – Light and Sunshine

  Sofware gardening is one of my preferred metaphore in software development; today we will learn something about light and sunshine. via Software Gardening – Light and Sunshine.

Basics of the Unix Philosophy

Basics of the Unix Philosophy

You never ever have to forget about it! Basics of the Unix Philosophy.

Git Version Control for Everyone – Packt

Git Version Control for Everyone – Packt

Git Version Control for Everyone is not the classic book for developers; reading first pages you understand in minutes that what the author aims to do is to explain what versioning is to plain folks, before talking about Git. Ravishankar Somasundaram approach is interesting for non programmer people, and generally, for everyone works with files and needs to […]

Writing Testable Code

Writing Testable Code

Guide: Writing Testable Code.

How a software craftsman learns: deliberate practice

How a software craftsman learns: deliberate practice

http://www.testingdojo.org via How a software craftsman learns: deliberate practice .

Sitting is Making You Fat and Killing You

Sitting is Making You Fat and Killing You

Sitting is Making You Fat and Killing You.

Introduction to CQRS

Introduction to CQRS

Quite simple. Introduction to CQRS – CodeProject.

Some practices to write better C#/.NET code

Some practices to write better C#/.NET code

Nice shipping list. Some practices to write better C#/.NET code – CodeProject.

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