Author Archives: Mahmudul Islam

About Mahmudul Islam

Senior Software Engineer Sitback Solutions (https://www.sitback.com.au/)

Building a Generic Repository

NOTE: This post is part of a series of posts for defining a repository. Please follow the table of contents for other related posts. Table Of Contents Setting up the Solution Defining interfaces for the Repository Setting up a basic … Continue reading

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Building a Generic Repository

NOTE: This post is part of a series of posts for defining a repository. Please follow the table of contents for other related posts. Table Of Contents Setting up the Solution Defining interfaces for the Repository Setting up a basic … Continue reading

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Castle Windsor, Service Locator and a possible memory leak !!!

In recent days, in one of my projects, we found an innocently looking bug that was a little too overweight – sometimes weighing more than 6GB in size in a 8GB web server. Well, a memory leak that caused the … Continue reading

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Managed Extensibility Framework –

Introduction Before I begin lets discuss about a common development scenario and how we might deal with it – Suppose we have a requirement as follows (This was a real-time scenario once for me )- The system will collect table … Continue reading

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Chapter 1: Introduction to FluentNHibernate

After working over 2 years with FluentNHibernate, I have now decided I should write a step by step learning schedule for Fluent NHibernate. The reason? … Well lets just say it’s betterĀ to wait for it. Once you learn FluentNHibernate, I … Continue reading

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How to enable Automatic Reference Counting (ARC) in XCode 4.2

Hi, First of all, Automatic Reference Counting or ARC in the new Apple LLVM 3.0 compiler is a very interesting feature and I found it very useful, cause, I don’t have to worry about my pointers anymore. But the problem … Continue reading

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