Month: January 2009

When good architectures go bad…

Today has not been a fun day.  I have spent most of today and a large part of yesterday trying to fix a problem in our system.  The problem seems very simple at first, and indeed we came up with a dozen or so ideas for solutions to the problem.  In the end though, none…

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Service DashBored: easily monitor your application’s health

James Kolpack has posted a new project and article on CodeProject for monitoring the health of various resources.  Thanks to it’s use of dependency injection, the Service DashBored is easily extensible, so if one of the built-in end points isn’t sufficient for your scenario, you can easily write your own.  And yes, he meant to…

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The New Year

Well, it’s Monday, so I guess I am officially back on the job and in the thick of things.  I’ve been off work for about two and a half weeks, but it doesn’t feel like I’ve been gone at all.  That’s probably because of the hectic holidays combined with lots of time spent on my…

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