About MeHi, I'm Simon Whittemore, a .NET Developer living in London. I've been a Developer for about 10 years, and have been working with .NET and C# since version 1.0. I have extensive experience developing maintainable, well architected Web and Desktop Applications in the Financial and IT Services industries, and have successfully integrated Open Source .NET applications and frameworks into processes and software.
Category Archives: Windows Forms
The more I read about multi-threading, the less I feel I understand. Perhaps a good rule is don’t write multi-threaded code, similar to the first law of Distributed Objects. Fortunately, all I am going to talk about in this article … Continue reading
As mentioned last time, the Presentation Model pattern allows us to decouple our UI Model from our domain model. Briefly restated, this is a good thing, as we do not want UI concerns to leak into our domain model, and … Continue reading