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Recent Blogs

Jamie ClaytonSoftware Architecture Conference – London 2012

A review of the Software Architects conference held October 2012 in London.


Jamie ClaytonDNN Site Performance Tuning - Load Test pain point

Recently our business implemented an eCommerce website  The promotional strategy used social media to promote people to the web site.  This generated a significantly higher volume of traffic than initially thought. We ran a load test to see how we performed and the results were shocking. Have a look at the issue's we are faced with, using Dot Net Nuke Content Management system and an online store full of large pictures.


SuperUser AccountWelcome to Jenasys Design Blogs

This is the first public blog entry for Jenasys Design. We have been trialing Blogs on our internal Intranet for a few months.  We want to start sharing more of our experiences with the software community to help reduce the industry time and costs. This is good for everyone. We hope you like what we have to say.  It's always interesting to hear from within the software industry, but more importantly its time to hear from our customers.


Jamie ClaytonBusiness rules and unit testing

Lessons learnt after reviewing unit test failures when upgrading from CSLAContrib to CodeSmith code. In this case we have migrated from CSLA 3.0x to 3.8.x and moved from private member backing to the CSLA PropertyInfo backing. Simple Business Rules unit tests failed, reinforcing the value of unit tests. An explanation of the importance of RegisterProperty configuration.


Jamie ClaytonLessons from the last year of CSLA codegeneration.

A year into using the CodeSmith CSLA templates and those templates are shaping up very nicely. The CSLA framework represents the Jenasys Design's underlying code base for software we produce for our clients.  The quality has increased, the volume of code we managed has decreased and overall stress levels have reduced. We present our favorite features, improvements over previous code and how we used CodeSmith Projects in live business applications.


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