The Silverlight Cookbook is a .NET reference application that demonstrates how to build a full-blown line-of-business application using the Silverlight 4 Reference Architecture explained in this
blog series. For a more elaborate introduction read my post Introducing
The Silverlight Cookbook.
The reference application uses the following technologies:
Read more about the reference architecture in the
The Silverlight Cookbook is largely based on the
The CQRS Kitchen, a similar project intended to demonstrate how to apply the
CQRS architecture and the Event Sourcing principle to a .NET system. That demo project largely relied on the NCQRS framework, but I wanted to demonstrate how to build the backend using well-known components such as NHibernate and WCF Data Services. That’s
why I’ve decided to shut down The CQRS Kitchen and start a new project here. I will regularly incorporate proven design decisions from my current projects (both Silverlight and others).
My name is Dennis Doomen and I've been working in the IT for over 14 years. I'm currently the Principal Consultant at Aviva Solutions. I regard myself as being very pragmatic, and I have a lot of experience with
ALM, TDD, BDD, DDD,design patterns, architecture, Agile practices, TFS and Silverlight. I've also published Coding Guidelines for C# 3.0 and C# 4.0 and wrote an open-source framework for verifying unit test behavior called Fluent Assertions.