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UPDATE 6.19.2008 for CC.NET RC 1.4


Continuous Integration as Transparency Mandate

C.I. is far more then simply providing 'build success' of your code. If your not doing more, your not doing C.I. as expected in 2008 and beyond.

The standard is offering all who might care transparency into your software's current state. This means (as an example) architectural metrics in real-time across qualitative and quantitative metrics. And it's now very easy to achieve yet many are not aware of this fact.

This also includes the visual display of how metrics are changing over time (via the attractive graph format you see here as an example).

Abbreviated Statistical Providers

CCStatistics allows you to rebuild your historical statistics information from all your legacy build results. This is critical if you add a new statistic to measure, as by 'out of the box' it will not import any existing information. This solves that issue when the data (via XPat

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the future is so bright I gotta wear shades. Wish I could say the same for the US Economy.Posted in status

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This is pretty awesome. I have been deep into Bing Maps as well as the Deep Earth project and have ported it to Prism as well as the brand spanking new extension DLL for StreetSide view.

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Entity Inheritance

WCF RIA Services

Inheritance Implemented


WCF RIA Services provides a pattern for writing application logic in methods that are members of a DomainService class. Developers write query methods to return entities and Create, Update, Delete (CUD) methods to change entities. The current preview extends this capability to inheritance hierarchies of entities. Developers can write query methods [...]

Wednesday, November 18, 2009  |  From ubiquitous fluency

vLabs: Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx)


About Rx
Rx is a library for composing asynchronous and event-based programs using observable collections.
The “A” in “AJAX” stand for asynchronous, and indeed modern Web-based and Cloud-based applications are fundamentally asynchronous. In fact, Silverlight bans all blocking networking and threading operations. Asynchronous programming in by no means restricted to Web and Cloud [...]

Wednesday, November 18, 2009  |  From ubiquitous fluency

This is looking good:

Posted in Art and Animation, Bing Maps, Digital Media, Geographic Apps, silverlight 3 Tagged: Bng Maps, Prism, SilverLight, Unity

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The Old City of Dubrovnik
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