Oct 022014
 

Today Syncfusion published the ServiceStack Succinctly e-book of which I’m (the proud) author. If you are interested in using the ServiceStack framework for building RESTful services, then this e-book is a great start. Check It out by downloading it for free from the Syncfusion web site I would like to thank Ricardo Peres for the great contribution and the whole Syncfusion team for the fantastic [… read more]

Jul 022014
 

Syncfusion published yet another book on their Succinctly Series – MongoDB Succinctly. Once again I had the pleasure to be the Technical Editor of the book.     In MongoDB Succinctly, author Agus Kurniawan explains the essentials of the MongoDB database system. Starting with creating a MongoDB database, you’ll learn how to make collections and interact with their data, how to build a console application [… read more]

Microsoft ASP.NET Web API Succinctly

 Posted by on December 15, 2013
Dec 152013
 

Recently I had a pleasure to Technically Review the Microsoft ASP.NET Web API Succinctly e-book , which is part of the Syncfusion’s succinctly series e-books, and finally the book got published and it’s immediately available for download! The book’s author has made a good job and has given a lot of good examples of how to use the technology and I cannot do otherwise than recommend [… read more]

Jan 262013
 

Since 2001 Syncfusion provides the broadest range of enterprise-class software components and tools for the Microsoft .NET platform, so it’s not a surprise that as a Software Consultant several times in my working career I had to deal with their libraries and components which usually were reliable, good quality and easy to use. That said, this blog post is not about their components, as there [… read more]

May 052012
 

The following is a list of books that I would recommend to every experienced (or not) software developer. Very often I take inspiration by reading again and again some chapters as very often the knowledge (theory), if not practiced, tends to blurry overtime. Please take the list as it is without any order of precedence. Every book is important for its own topic. Patterns of [… read more]

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