Author Archives: Lund

About Lund

Owner of iCodeIT, a software consulting company. I am primarily working the .NET development and architecture.

Creating the Family Page – Part 2, Getting started

Last time I described what I want to do. This time I will: Create the basic web site from a template. Install the necessary frameworks Remove the parts of the template that I don’t want. Publish web site to Windows … Continue reading

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Creating the Family Page – Part 1, Setting the Scene

This is the first post in a series where I will create a new website for my family. While doing it I will blog about my progress. Normally I do backend stuff or LOB applications with WPF or Windows Forms. … Continue reading

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Review of “Making Sense of NoSQL” by Dan McCreary and Ann Kelly

This is a book for manager and developers who wants the broad understanding of what NoSQL is and isn’t. As a developer that knows nothing about NoSQL, you will not be able to read this book and begin implementing a … Continue reading

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Event delegates and exception handling

Delegates This blog post will focus on handling exceptions thrown by event delegates. But first we will briefly discuss what a delegate is. If you know C or C++ it is natural to think of delegates as function pointers. Why … Continue reading

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Trying out Windows Azure Storage

I am part of the team behind a set of web pages at where you can search for voice talents (people speaking in commercials, narrating documentaries etc.) One of the features of these sites, is that you get to listen … Continue reading

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The #DevReach .Net conference in Sofia, Bulgaria

This is the second year in a row, I attended the DevReach conference. Last year I got an invite from Telerik, because I used some Telerik Silverlight components – this made me eligible for a discount. This year I simply joined the … Continue reading

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LINQ – the order of elements when using Where()

Last week I was asked if the order of elements found using a where clause was guaranteed to be the same as the order of the original collection. That question is hard to answer. In the normal case (where nobody has overwritten … Continue reading

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