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OSS Projects
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OSS Projects

This is an old post and doesn't necessarily reflect my current thinking on a topic, and some links or images may not work. The text is preserved here for posterity.

These are the projects that I work on actively:

  • FunnelWeb
    A blog engine for real developers, built using ASP.NET MVC. It powers this site.
  • Magellan
    A lightweight framework for building WPF navigation applications, inspired by ASP.NET MVC.
  • DbUp
    A tool for streamlining SQL database deployments

These projects were fun ideas that I put out to see if they gained traction, but I don't actively work on them anymore:

  • Bindable LINQ
    An extension to LINQ that handles collection changed events and propagates the changes into the resulting collections. It's like a "live" LINQ to Objects.
  • Tape
    A simple dependency management scheme for .NET
  • Pigeon
    A lightweight alternative to WCF designed for high throughput, using Google Protocol Buffers and raw TCP sockets.
  • Observal
    A library for managing observable hierarchies of objects.
  • MicroModels
    A library for building very tiny ViewModels for WPF.
  • StovellMocks
    An excursion into what is involved in building a mocking library. Inspired by RhinoMocks.
  • jQueryPad
    A lightweight tool for prototyping snippets of JavaScript and HTML.
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