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Entries for 'Charles Nurse'

Software Development is a Craft

As Senior Architect for DNN Corp I get to be involved in interviewing candidates for developer positions within the company.  Thankfully, I don’t have any direct management responsibilities - its not what I enjoy - but I am asked to interview candidates to determine both their technical competence as well as to help determine whether they will fit with the team chemistry.

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Jan 24
By: Charles Nurse

DAL 2 - Repository Deep Dive (1)

I continue my deep dive into DotNetNuke 7’s new DAL 2 with a look at the features that make up the repository component. The IRepository of T interface can be considered the core of the new DAL 2. While the Execute methods of the IDataContext... Continue Reading »
Dec 19
By: Charles Nurse

DAL 2 – DataContext Deep Dive

So far I have done a relatively high level review of the DAL 2 API. In this blog article I will start to take a deep-dive into the components that make up the API, beginning with the DataContext. The IDataContext interface and the PetaPocoDataContex... Continue Reading »
Dec 17
By: Charles Nurse

DAL 2 - Controlling your Mappings

I presented a session on the DAL 2 at DNN World in Orlando, and a few people asked about “calculated” properties - or properties that do not have any matching column in the database.  This is an important feature for any “auto-... Continue Reading »
Oct 24
By: Charles Nurse

DAL 2 - Working Close to the Metal

So far in my review of the new DAL2 I have focused on the features designed to improve developer productivity - i.e. the Repository.  In this post I am going to step back and look at other features which mimic the existing DAL+, and provide the ... Continue Reading »
Sep 18
By: Charles Nurse

My Fall 2012 Speaking Tour

Well - its official - I am doing a fall speaking tour this October.  A few months ago, when the schedule was announced,  I found out that I would be speaking at DNN World in Orlando (Oct 10-12, 2012). I will be presenting a session on the... Continue Reading »
Sep 17
By: Charles Nurse

DAL 2 - Caching, Scoping and Custom Mappings

This is the third blog in my series describing the new DAL 2 data layer that we are introducing in DNN 7.  In the first I gave an introduction into why we were introducing a new data Layer, and some of the basic features it provides, and in the ... Continue Reading »
Sep 13
By: Charles Nurse

DAL 2 - Using the new Repository to Persist Objects - CBO on steroids

In my previous blog on the new DotNetNuke Data Access Layer, I introduced why we were building a new Data Access Layer and the basics about what the layer includes.  In this blog I will dive a little deeper into how module developers can take ad... Continue Reading »
Sep 11
By: Charles Nurse

DAL 2 - A New DotNetNuke Data Layer for a New Decade

DotNetNuke has essentially used the same data access layer since its earliest versions.  This data layer uses an abstract DataProvider class together with a concrete SqlDataProvider class.  In theory this model supports the ability to use... Continue Reading »
Sep 10
By: Charles Nurse

DotNetNuke Module Development 101: 5 - Hello World 3 -Using Visual Studio to Create a Module

In our series on developing DotNetNuke Modules I have covered two ways to create a simple module - using DotNetNuke itself, and using WebMatrix.  In this post I will show how Visual Studio can be used to create a similar Hello World module. ... Continue Reading »
Aug 29
By: Charles Nurse
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