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Category Archives: Patterns & Skills
An extraordinary roundtable… Brian Noyes – Pluralsight Author Ward Bell – VP of IdeaBlade. Mr. Breeze. John Papa – Microsoft Regional Director/ MVP Jon Galloway – Microsoft Evangelist and some-time co-host Been holding off on publishing this until my Web … Continue reading
I am in the middle of unrolling on Pluralsight, a complete entry-level program in developing Web Applications, with a focus on free and open-source software. At its heart are these courses: Getting Started With ASP.NET MVC, ServiceStack and Bootstrap Building … Continue reading
Steve is a software developer with a passion for building quality software as effectively as possible. He’s also EVP, Services for Telerik. Steve has published several courses on Pluralsight, covering design patterns, software architecture, and improving software quality. He’s … Continue reading
Extremely pleased and proud to announce my latest Pluralsight Course, this time co-authored with Jeff Fritz: One ASP.NET From Scratch. One ASP.NET From Scratch teaches all you need to know about the elements of programming with ASP.NET, including Web Forms, … Continue reading
Jeremy returns to blow my mind talking about TypeScript and Angular. He is an incredible font of information and I learned more in 1/2 an hour than I have reading a dozen articles. Brilliant, erudite and a truly nice guy, … Continue reading
Talking with Laurent Bugnion about MVVM in detail, including the ins and outs of commanding and managing events in Windows 8. MVVM Light Laurent’s blog IdentityMine Behaviors for Windows 8 (Joost van Schaik, uses Rx) Jesse’s book on LINQ … Continue reading
In an earlier postings I described the project that I’ll be creating with Phil Japikse and Michael Crump, code-named Conference Buddy. In the most recent posting, we looked at a wire-frame that illustrated some of the data we’ll be collecting. … Continue reading
Fritz Onion, one of the founding members of pluralsight, joins me to discuss on-line learning, pluralsight’s business model, where the opportunities are for instructors and students and much more. Fritz is Editor in Chief at pluralsight, and the author of … Continue reading
Chris Eargle, Technical Evangelist for Telerik, joins me in a discussion of C#, advanced LINQ and some of the esoteric corners of C# and functional coding. Chris’ Blog Chris on Twitter Chris’ Profile INETA Listen | Yet Another Podcast … Continue reading
In a previous article I discussed the project that I’ll be building in Windows 8. We started with a couple screen mock-ups and then passed these to the designers who came back with preliminary designs. While these designs were not … Continue reading
Jon Galloway joins me for a wrap up of what is new in Azure, ASP.NET and surrounding technologies. A /build wrap up that starts with the Day 2 Keynote and walks through all the new cool stuff coming out of … Continue reading