Raleigh Code Camp 2013 is wrapping up this afternoon. The venue and the crowd was phenomenal. I really enjoyed presenting “Using Layer Diagrams – Keeping your MVVM code from turning into spaghetti”. Thanks to everyone who attended the presentation. John Sonmez, Our Keynote Speaker, made my day by accepting my request to attend my presentation. It was awesome to have him in the audience and to get feedback from him! I did not get the time to complete the raffle at the end of the presentation. But the folks who won the raffle should be getting an email from me with instructions to download their free license of CodeDemo (Professional). The presentation slides can be downloaded from here : download.
Carolina Code Camp – 2013 You will learn how to structure your app’s code in a way that – improves maintainability – enables testability of your app’s UI behavior – reduces maintenance cost – enables cross-platform deployment
These are some resources to help grasp System.Transactions functionality and use it effectively in your projects: Features Provided by System.Transactions to create transactional applications Implementing an Implicit Transaction using Transaction Scope MSDN Magazine Articles by John Papa: ADO.NET and System.Transactions Revisiting System.Transactions These are specific to TransactionScope (the way to go in most cases): Here is a practical example of Using TransactionScope to handle transactions in .net. This article in MSDN Magazine gets in depth with the way a TransactionScope like functionality can be implemented. Gives you a good understanding of what is happening under the hood when using TransactionScope in some Repository implementations in multi-threaded scenarios. This CodeProject article is another example of implementing a transactional repository. There are […]
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