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·Jun 1, 2007·
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Yes! Development has switched to full gear on my latest project. Codenamed Alexandria this project is a system to help companies with an in-house library to keep track of all materials in the library.
What I’m most excited about is that this is my first project where I use CSLA.Net. Already the CSLA.Net Framework is showing it’s metal, the security model I’m using fits like a glove into this framework. Rockford Lhotka has really done a smashing job.
Oh yeah…Why Alexandria?No, it’s not an long lost love…it’s named after the great Library of Alexandria. I thought it is a fitting name
Onto the 5 things I’ve learned this week:
- Setting up the D-Link DI-624 Wireless Router is really easy, as a matter of fact, I’m typing this post via wireless access.
- Getting MSN Messenger to work through this router.
- The fabFORCE DBDesigner is a really nice util, but I could not get it to work nicely on SQL Server 2005.
- LLBLGen uses the Netron graphics library, but you can get similar Graph/Diagram controls/libraries here and here.
- LLBLGen is still a bit expensive for a guy just starting out with his own thing, MyGeneration is a nice FREE Code Gen/ORM Mapping tool.
Right…back to the greatest library system ever written ;o)