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.NET Developer in Edinburgh, Scotland.


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awarded  Curious
Jun
25
comment Entity Framework 6 Conventions
Makes sense having the ability to assign an Id rather than entire entity. Thanks.
Jun
25
accepted Entity Framework 6 Conventions
Jun
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asked Entity Framework 6 Conventions
Jun
24
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
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awarded  Yearling
May
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accepted In what situation do Entity Framework enums become useful?
May
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comment In what situation do Entity Framework enums become useful?
I think we are pretty much agreeing, their intended use is pretty bad practice as it reduces readability.
May
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asked In what situation do Entity Framework enums become useful?
May
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
26
accepted Most Appropriate Authentication Type for MVC5 project
Apr
22
comment Most Appropriate Authentication Type for MVC5 project
@RobertHarvey The requirement I am needing to fill is Active Directory. I wanted to avoid just using windows authentication though as the gray pop up box if accessed remotely is ugly. the link gives an overview, I would be moving the auth stuff to an auth class and injecting it in to the controller. The "not suited" refers to the new ASP.NET authentication options added in VS2013
Apr
22
answered Most Appropriate Authentication Type for MVC5 project
Apr
22
comment Most Appropriate Authentication Type for MVC5 project
Maybe needs reworded then as that isn't the case. I will re-think wording. ActiveDirectoryMembershipProvider could do what I need, but I am unsure if an OOTB options is a better fit
Apr
22
comment Most Appropriate Authentication Type for MVC5 project
If you are going to downvote, at least say why so the question can be improved (assuming it's salvageable).
Apr
22
asked Most Appropriate Authentication Type for MVC5 project
Apr
9
comment Why no MVC methodology for desktop applications?
You have mvp for Winforms and mvvm for wpf
Mar
25
comment Why does “ID” have a capital D?
I would use personalId or id for variable names (.NET naming conventions). What convention has it as ID?
Feb
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answered Interfaces vs Base class
Jan
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comment Global constant values throughout MVC site
Same as @DaveRook, except you don't have a Using System.Configuration; declaration at the top of your file