1. September 2008 09:52
Well the summer is to an end and its time to get back to work :-),
During this autumn its time to learn the "old" technologies like Linq and WCF and others. I spent most part of my summer learning WCF and think its
time to learn Linq.
While starting to look for information I found two useful tools.
A very simple client for talking and creatin Linq Queries directly agaisbt databases. :-D Yihaa I love the open source community.
Visual Linq Query Builder
This is an addin to Visual Studio 2008, wher you design and write Linq Queries directly from within The Visual Studio 2008 IDE
So time to learn.
Have a nice day !
6. August 2008 10:22
This summer have been very slow, nothing to read, nothing to do at work and everyone is at vacation.
So I have been building a web application for my friends, it is an internal one but I will post some techniques I used
int the web application.
My friends have started a company delivering all the lost luggage from airlines, they are calling themselves Airport Xpress.
So I am building the administration system for them aswell as a airline page where the customers will be able to
login and get an exact up to date information on all the lugagge on the road.
Here is a little teaser :-D
The system was built using the following components:
- The new Subsonic 2.1 RepositoryRecord
- A very layered application to enable propert Testing of the frameworks.
- Abstract DataFactory, to make it easier switching sources in the backend.
- Ajax webpages
I will just have to check with my friends what I can post and what I cannot post.
Until then.. I wish you a nice day.
22. April 2008 10:48
While at work today I stumbled upon a few websites that help you with advanced site tracking, user tracking, hot cold web zones.
I haven't really tested them so I just bookmarked them here at my site so I can investigate them further, the most awesome one was:
Clicky - Webanlayzer 2.0
I will elaborate more thoroughly with these ones later, when I have access to my LiveWriter. But here is the rest of the site analyzers I found:
All of these sites offer a very detailed site analysis functions, what cuaght my eye was the HeatMap wich tells you wich parts of the webpage the user clicks
the most and interacts. Very interesting indeed. The Clicky had a Live RealTime view of what the users are doing on your website at the moment.
Most of these sites also have an limited free plan, where you can access a limited set of functions, but all the same its free.