Introducing Caliburn.Micro.Logging.NLog

Continuing my current mission to NuGet-ify my current utility libraries, and building on my Introducing Caliburn.Micro.Logging post, I have now released Caliburn.Micro.Logging.NLog which integrates log4net into Caliburn.Micro. There were no code changes to this from the code in my earlier post How To Do Logging with Caliburn.Micro, so it should be very easy to migrate to the NuGet package. How to Use Caliburn.Micro.Logging.NLog Using NuGet for Caliburn.Micro.Logging.NLog The NuGet package id is Caliburn.

Introducing Caliburn.Micro.Logging.log4net

Continuing my current mission to NuGet-ify my current utility libraries, and building on my Introducing Caliburn.Micro.Logging post, I have now released Caliburn.Micro.Logging.log4net which integrates log4net into Caliburn.Micro. There were no code changes to this from the code in my earlier post How To Do Logging with Caliburn.Micro, so it should be very easy to migrate to the NuGet package. How to Use Caliburn.Micro.Logging.log4net Using NuGet for Caliburn.Micro.Logging.log4net The NuGet package id is Caliburn.

Introducing Caliburn.Micro.Logging

In the spirit of continuing to NuGet my extensions, I decided to try and create a NuGet package for log4net and nlog. However, I still found my System.Diagnostics.Debug logger to be useful, and did not want to include it twice. This led me to do a quick refactoring of the logging code from How to do Logging with Caliburn.Micro to create a new assembly Caliburn.Micro.Logging which would include the common code between the log4net and nlog loggers.

Introducing Hazware.Unity.TypeTracking

A few years ago I wrote Type Tracking Extension for Unity and Extending and Demonstrating the Type Tracking Extension for Unity, and while I have been using Autofac more, I felt this code was due for a slight update. Given the ease of creating a NuGet package for Caliburn.Micro.Autofac (see Introducing Caliburn.Micro.Autofac), I thought that I could give some Nuget love to the Type Tracking Extension for Unity. What’s Changed Obviously, if I am working on some changes, I might as well bring the code up to date.

Introducing Caliburn.Micro.Autofac

Last year I wrote Bootstrapping Caliburn.Micro with Autofac and it has since become one of my most popular posts. While the code presented in the post worked at that time, wizbit and Craigology pointed out that it stopped working with newer versions of Autofac. I set out to do the minimum amount of changes to make it work with the newest versions Autofac and Caliburn.Micro. The Best Laid Plans That was the plan.

Introduction to Social Media: Blogging for Writers - Part Seven

I have been asked to gently introduce the FWA New Tampa / Wesley Chapel (NTWC) writers group to using and creating blogs at the June 4th meeting. Of course that meant blogging the content I was going to present. This is an article series on Blogging for Writers. Introduction We now know how to read, subscribe, and produce blogs, but how do we make it a high quality blog. In this post I present what I consider to be the discipline of blogging as I see it.

Introduction to Social Media: Blogging for Writers - Part Six

I have been asked to gently introduce the FWA New Tampa / Wesley Chapel (NTWC) writers group to using and creating blogs at the June 4th meeting. Of course that meant blogging the content I was going to present. This is an article series on Blogging for Writers. Introduction Time to move past the basics and start discussing the tools of the trade. This article covers the tool I use to write my blog posts.

Introduction to Social Media: Blogging for Writers - Part Five

I have been asked to gently introduce the FWA New Tampa / Wesley Chapel (NTWC) writers group to using and creating blogs at the June 4th meeting. Of course that meant blogging the content I was going to present. This is an article series on Blogging for Writers. Introduction Until now, the articles in this series have been focused on consuming blog content. Now it is time to join the ranks of millions of blog authors by creating our own blogs.

Introduction to Social Media: Blogging for Writers - Part Four

I have been asked to gently introduce the FWA New Tampa / Wesley Chapel (NTWC) writers group to using and creating blogs at the June 4th meeting. Of course that meant blogging the content I was going to present. This is an article series on Blogging for Writers. Introduction In part one I defined blogs, in part two I discussed how to read them, and part three covered subscribing. This article will deal with finding blogs.

Introduction to Social Media: Blogging for Writers - Part Three

I have been asked to gently introduce the FWA New Tampa / Wesley Chapel (NTWC) writers group to using and creating blogs at the June 4th meeting. Of course that meant blogging the content I was going to present. This is an article series on Blogging for Writers. Introduction In part one I defined blogs, in part two I discussed how to read them, now its time to get more interesting.