Seamless Multi-Computer CPU Sharing

Seamless Multi-Computer CPU Sharing

Something I’d love to see in a future version of Windows is a seamless way to use some of the extra computers I always tend to have on my network, whether at home or at the office. For CPU-intensive activities like video rendering, whether it’s video I’m producing for Pluralsight or something similar, or ripping my […]

Exposing Private Collection Properties to Entity Framework

When following good object-oriented design principles and domain-driven design fundamentals, one should avoid exposing collection properties directly from the domain model. This can be a difficult goal to achieve with Entity Framework 6.x, since its collection properties generally must be of type ICollection, which includes methods that can manipulate the collection without the knowledge of […]

Software Craftsmanship Calendars

Software Craftsmanship Calendars

Recently, Brendan, Michelle, and I launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the creation of a 2016 Software Craftsmanship motivational wall calendar. Our funding goal is pretty aggressive, so I appreciate any support you can offer.  I’d especially like you to share this project with your fellow software developers. Think of it like this: If someone gets […]