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October 27, 2009

Pex and Contract

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 2:03 am
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Last week I found two new .Net libraries from Microsoft Research: Pex and Contract. Both are right now available as review versions for Visual Studio 2008 Professional version and will be part of .Net framework 4.0 and Visual Studio 2010.

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August 30, 2009

RESTful Service Start Kit

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 7:22 pm
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I have been very interested in RESTful services, since it is a service based on HTTP Get, Put and Post protocol. Basically, you can use this service by using URL to provide your resources to end users with simple web protocol service. One way to explore the service is by using a web browser, which is URL based application to handle resources such as HTML and XML.

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August 16, 2009

MSDN Channel 9

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 4:50 pm
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In the past month I have been watching talks or conversations on MSDN Channel 9. Microsoft is going to be more open than before. I enjoyed those open talks on the technology and new stuff. Actually, I think that Microsoft attract many talent people who have been on Open development for years and Microsoft has learned that they can gain benefit by join the Open world!

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August 9, 2009

Json.Net and Its Usage (3)

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 9:17 pm
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In this blog, I’l continue to the issues related to XML. In many cases, I have XML strings as data source, such as configuration files, and data in the format of XML from ADO.Net. JSon.Net provides some APIs to convert from XML to Json strings or vice versa. Based on those APIs, I have added some methods to my wrap class.

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July 9, 2009

Json.NET and Its Usage (2)

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 3:25 am
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In this blog, I’ll continue to describe my wrapper class based on Json.Net. The main reason I want to write a wrapper class to hide Json.Net is to provide only APIs I am interested in. Json.Net provides a rich framework of classes, interfaces, types, and enums. I don’t know all of them. In practice, there is no need to know all.

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