Im Laufe der Zeit sind viele Webcasts in Form von Video-Tutorials entstanden. Da die Artikel mit der ZEit aus der Historie rutschen, hier nun die komplette gepflegte Liste.

What if you could use a real database seeded with test-data during your unit tests? See how you can implement this at least if you have SQL database from Microsoft running. This cast as usual is related to a blog post at Have fun!

I describe the various ways one can bind enumerations of objects inculding pitfalls. The blog article can be found at and the source code at

This is a somewhat unusual cast in my channel but the problem I solved here costed me like over a year of constant investigation. Luckyly I found the problem which was that the Intel HD 4600 driver is not compatible with Hyper-V environments. Because a downgrade of the driver is needed and this downgrade is somewhat error prone I decided to share my solution with you. I know that this problem occurs on severel notebooks especially ThinkPads, Precisions and Latitudes under Windows 10 with Hyper-V.

In this part I finally wrap up the Web-UI using ASP.NET Identity with a new service layer. I will come up with a final 5th part which will be kind of a summary. The sources can be found at

In this part I cover implementing the MVC5-Template and wiring up a custom UserManager using a custom UserStore. The sources can be found at

In this second part of my series I cover the base implementation of Repositories using AutoMapper and AutoFac and I bring in some basic stuff for unit testing. Be usre to check the source code on

In this first part of the series I'll build up my database in SQL Azure, create a solution from scratch and create some first projects. It's all about SQL Server Database Project, Entity Framework Access Layer and a little test console. This part will discuss the database structure a little bit. It is the foundation for all further parts. The source code is available at

This is the kickoff screencast for my new 3-Part-Series about clean ASP.NET Identity usage in an architecture which uses a single-responsible REST Facade with no db-connection inside the UI layer. In this part I'll discuss what I'm about to accomplish with my series.

In this fourth part of my series I cover Converters and the MVVM Light Messenger. The source code is available at and the blog article can be found under

I've created a tiny tool (console exe) to get rid of the artifacts of NuGet Package Restore in solutions which where created with Visual Studio 2013 when you switch to VS 2015. The download is available here: The source code can be found at: Have fun!

In this 3rd part I go into details of IDataErrorInfo interface and how you can adjust your classes to get more convenience and maintainability. The source code can be found at and the (german) blog entry is at

I show you some "private" Informations on codingfreaks and how I create my screen casts and my blog. If you are interested in looking behind the curtain and you are not afraid of my very creative English join me on this journey.

In this 2nd part I go into details of INotifyPropertyChanged interface and why it is so important for MVVM and WPF. The source code can be found at and the (german) blog entry is at

I just wanted to share some cool new features I discovered after I installed the preview of version 15 and Update 2 for the big one. There are a lot of improvements and a screencast-watch may spare your time :-).

In this screencast I cover some basic parts of generating a MVVM WPF Application using MvvmLight. The source code can be found at and the (german) blog entry is at

In this cast I'll show you how to create and deploy an API App and how to connect it (relatively) secure to an API Management allowing to to control access to registered users with quotas.

My blog article under has got more details and source code. This is a follow up to

I'm showing some extended stuff on Entity Framework Database First. Mainly we'll extend the T4 in a way that makes those automatically generated elements more useful. This cast described by the article at Have fun!

I created this screencast together with my (german) blog post at which shows the step to build a good VS-solution including some tips you propably didn't hear before.

I just did the follow-up to the screencast at This time I use the final version and I'll show some points of frequent problems. The code is downloadable at

As I described in my german blog post at there is a strange bug on unit testing when you use assemblies that instrument EF 6. I found a solution for this strange Problem throwing the exception: "System.InvalidOperationException: The Entity Framework provider type 'System.Data.Entity.SqlServer.SqlProviderServices, EntityFramework.SqlServer, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089' for the 'System.Data.SqlClient' ADO.NET provider could not be loaded."

In this Screencast I describe the steps necessary to bring ASP.NET Identity into play in existing projects. I recognized that most blogs and other sources are concentrating on showing just features and not how to actually switch to this technique in real-life-scenarios. This supports my blog-article (source code there) at Have fun and sorry for my English and the sound quality. I'm working on that.

In this cast I want to show how you simply can use Visual Studio in conjunction with PHP Tools for Visual Studio to manage your WordPress-based sites. Its a simple cast just showing project generation and a little bit of debugging.

In this screencast I show a bug in Visual Studio 2013 on adding references inside solution-projects when project-names are not unique. This screen cast is assisting my german blog article at

This is the second part of my miniseries. After installing the tools into VS 2013 and configurung it know I show shome basic usages. This cast is supported by my blog-article at (German!).

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