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What should be your new years resolution?
Some ramblings on maintaining a common codebase for web projects including thoughts on the less hyped benefits.
Mini post introducing extending Xml with a few examples from cargowire.net
During the Boagworld 200 show Drew Mclellan, Rachel Andrew, Paul Stanton and I discussed the Joel Test. One of the tests we didn't get on to was test number 11...
A follow-up to my .NET Dev 101 rant from early 2009. Aimed at beginner to intermediate .NET devs.
An intro to XSL using CSS as a basis for comparison. Applicable to designers and developers alike.
An intro to how Yahoo pipes can be utilised to paginate, and filter multiple datasources into one feed. Useful to delegate the hard work, leaving your code to handle just the desired content.
Towards the end of last year I had some correspondance with a Boagworld listener who was interested to know what kind of resources I used for both dev and just plain keeping up to date... here it is in lovely blog post stylé.
Cargowire is now running .NET MVC. This is the first in an intended series of articles discussing the implementation and changeover from .NET WebForms... starting with Routing and URL design.
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