MS Patterns & Practices: Configuration Application Block

Since I’ve been playing with the Logging Block, I figured I’d look at the Configuration Block as well, and to be honest I’m dissappointed, almost as dissappointed as discovering that the .NET System.Configuration namespace doesn’t have a configuration persistence layer! I think it should be renamed the “Object Serialisation Abstraction Block” since thats all it is, … Continue reading MS Patterns & Practices: Configuration Application Block

Threading and Thread Pools

I’ve pretty much finished my thread pool implementation for the service I’m writing, and generally I’m quite pleased with it. It was inspired by these 2 articles from Code Project Work Queue Base Multi-Threading Cancellable Thread Pool Although it’s for a particular application purpose, I tried to develop it to be as flexible as possible … Continue reading Threading and Thread Pools