Three degrees of Framework

04 Apr 2013 In case it would not be obvious, there is a ton of things out there that can be reused in the form of packages. Those packages would roughly fall into any of the following categories where a single framework can obviously fall into several categories at once. A framework that...

Complexity is subjective

25 Mar 2013 Note: This post was originally posted on the 19th August 2012 on the “more” blog that I kept for some time Complexity - one of those words. Wikipedia says that complexity tends to be used to characterize something with many parts in intricate arrangement by that measure alone, the whole...

A new beginning

24 Mar 2013 If all goes well, this should be the first post that enters the website through my dropbox - realfiction has then reached the cloud The reason behind this is, once more, reducing the friction to do something. In this case, I type my posts in MarkdownPad, save the file in...

Objectivity does not exist

26 Feb 2013 Note: This post was originally posted on the 27th August 2012 on the “more” blog that I kept for some time The conclusion of this post is: You cannot claim that the superiority of your argument is based on objectivity. If you agree, I’ll save you the time and say...

Strengtening Caliburn.Micro conversion capabilities with Scal

23 Mar 2012 If one looks into how Caliburn.Micro performs binding between models and views, a number of methods must be considered that play a role. Conventions play a role how bindings are derived from naming and involved elements VM getter / setter situation plays a role about the supported Binding directions Does...