With C# and Async integration in the language, you’ll wonder how this fits in your current application infrastructure. I have started porting an old application into Silverlight 5.0 which comes with new C# 5.0 and Async features and I needed a way to integrate this with the Calibrun framework I had in place. Continue reading

I’ve recently been creating custom designer for Workflow Activities and hosting the whole WF designer in a web application. As there is very limited documentation and guide other than Microsoft Forums, here I’ll try to shed some lights to some of the problems I have encountered. Continue reading

The other day, I was starting a new gig to integrate an in-house sales system with Microsoft Dynamics and naturally I needed to install MSDynamics on my machine. The best option was to install it on a VM so that I get rid of it after the project is done. I decided to install it on a Windows XP machine that needs less resource to run, but I bumped into something interesting Continue reading

Back when I launched my website, it was supposed to be a hands-on tutorial for me to get my hands dirty with ASP.NET MVC. When I launched the site, I found out that I need to move my blog too, so I needed a blog engine as well. By that time the only available blog engine that was built using MVC was Oxite, so I had no other option. Continue reading

When it comes to mobile programming, Android is one of the vastly spread mobile OSes around, so how would you as a .NET programmer write android applications? It turns out there is a Monodroid project (currently in beta) which you can use to write android applications in C# and managed .NET environment and you can reuse your existing knowledge. Pretty cool, except it is a commercial framework once released. Continue reading

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Hadi Eskandari

Developer, amateur photographer, coffee snob, husband and father.


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