Automatically inject log4net named logger using Ninject

February 25, 2015

When working with log4net you usually want that each class will have a named logger with the class full name (Namespace+Name). the Log4Net examples shows this pattern:public class MyClass { // Define a static logger variable so that it references the // Logger instance named "MyClass". private static readonly ILog log = LogManager.GetLogger(typeof(MyClass)); //Rest of the Class }   this will create a logger instance with the class name and now in my log4net configuration I can write something like this:   <log4net> <!-- A1 is set to be a ConsoleAppender...
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New speaking engagement – CVcon – IoT & Cloud 23/03/15

February 10, 2015

IoT is the new next thing and now its your time to get to know it and learn how you can use it and be part of this revolution. CodeValue is conducting a free conference on IoT and the Cloud.  I will be one of the speakers and will talk how not to drown in the ocean of data. You should come and join us
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