At my daytime job we are in the process of implementing a peer code reviewing process. These are the sites I used as guidelines and the process we ended up using. Of course, as always the process will need evaluation and tweaking.
- Titel: Applied Microsoft .NET Framework programming
- Author: Jeffrey Richter
- ISBN: 0-7356-1422-9
The book starts off with an introduction of the .NET platform as to how it fits in the Microsoft vision of application and application development for the future. Then the book is divided into several parts.
We’ve been setting up a continuous integration environment at my daytime work, and looking at automatic versioning of our projects I’ve been wondering the web for information about versioning.
Here’s what I’ve come up with:
In the previous installment in this series of articles about NHibernate I explained a simple Hello World application which uses NHibernate to read messages from a database.
In this article we will learn how to perform basic CRUD operations. The CRUD acronym stants for the 4 operations which can be performed on data stored on a medium:
We will continue to work with the database created in Part 1. All sample output also assumes you have excercised Part 1. Continue reading