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I’ve posted the second in my emerging series on LINQ From Scratch here. This one is about deferred execution, a small but critical feature of LINQ.
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
Which of the following do you prefer? Which is easier to read? Which is easier to write? Which is easier to maintain? var dataItem = this.target().closest(“.k-grid”).data(“kendoGrid”).dataSource.getByUid(this.target().closest(“tr”).data(“uid”)); Or… var dataItem = this.target() .closest(“.k-grid”) .data(“kendoGrid”) .dataSource .getByUid(this.target().closest(“tr”).data(“uid”)); Or… var grid = … Continue reading
I loaded OzCode onto my machine some months ago, but didn’t really start to see its benefit until recently, when I’ve been intensively debugging C# code. The more I use it the cooler I think it is.
I’ve started a new series, LINQ From Scratch, which you can read here. The first article is on Getting Started and on LINQPad. I hope that this will be useful and interesting and I look forward to your comments and … Continue reading
This week I posted a new podcast with Scott Hunter of Microsoft, along with Jon Galloway of Microsoft and Ward Bell of IdeaBlade. I was pretty excited about what Scott had to say about Angular and ASP.NET, and tried to … Continue reading
This round table of Scott Hunter – Microsoft Jon Galloway – Microsoft Ward Bell – IdeaBlade (Breeze) tackles two important issues: What’s coming in the relationship between ASP.NET and Angular (and related client-side technology) How do you differentiate what … Continue reading
Very pleased to announce my latest Pluralsight course: Building Web Applications with Open Source Software On Windows In this course you will learn to create a meaningful web application using some of the most popular open-source frameworks for the web, … Continue reading
Brian Prince, Regional CTO/DPE for Microsoft, talks about Azure and related services. Brian is a brilliant guy who is very involved with the community and is a co-founder of CodeMash and the co-author of Azure in Action. Brian’s Blog CodeMash … 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