jRaspBee Maven artifact released!

If you’re using Maven, you will find JRaspBee Maven artifact directly in the Central Maven repository here: http://search.maven.org/#artifactdetails%7Ccom.enterprisecoding%7Cjraspbee%7C1.0%7C http://repo1.maven.org/maven2/com/enterprisecoding/jraspbee In order to start using JRaspBee library in your Maven project, just add the following dependency to your pom.xml: Please find below the source code & javadoc links; Source code: https://github.com/fatihboy/jRaspBee/releases/tag/jraspbee-1.0 JavaDoc: http://www.javadoc.io/doc/com.enterprisecoding/jraspbee

Just Released : AppFabric Extensions 0.1.30.27

I’m pleased to announce that AppFabric Extensions v0.1.30.27 is released. AppFabric Extensions is a set of management extension for Windows Server AppFabric. Instead of having a seperate executable, AppFabric Extensions integrates itself into IIS 7+ management console, just like Windows Server AppFabric does. Management Extensions for Windows Windows Server AppFabric project is aimed to add…

AppFabric Beta 2 is out!

Microsoft just publish beta 2 release of its application server extensions, AppFabric. You can download this release from here. In order to uninstall previous release of AppFabric, here is the path to follow : Control Panel -> Programs -> Programs and Features -> Installed Updates -> Application Server Extensions for .NET 4 (KB970622)

dynamic vs object

      People keep asking me what is the difference between “dynamic” and the old friend “object”. Well, answer is a little tricky; in order to show the difference, it’s better to take a look at both of them more detailed.      Let me start with the old friend “object”, that is nothing but a shortcut…