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Steve Wilkes,

I've recently refactored the way Routes are declared in an ASP.NET MVC application I'm working on, and I wanted to share part of the system I came up with; a really easy way to declare and keep track of ...

xamlnotes,

I was just pointed to comment on my friend Andrew Brust’s blog about Silverlight versus HTML 5. Andrews blog is here: http://geekswithblogs.net/a... ...

TATWORTH,

At http://blogs.msdn.com/b/som... Somasegar has discussed the next version of Visual Studio - Visual Studio 11.Have a read -Visual Studio 11 looks to be awesome!Can't code withoutThe best C# & ...

Albers,

Part of the challenge with HTML5 is understanding the range of different technologies and finding good samples. The following are some of the sites I have found most useful. IE TestDrive http://ie.microsoft.com/tes... ...

PointsToShare,

© 2011 By: Dov Trietsch. All rights reserved Ranking Part II In my introduction to ranking I also introduced the Ranking Game. This is actually a much more sophisticated program than the one we need to ...

charlie.mott,

Article Source: http://geekswithblogs.net/c... TODO's in code should only be used for a short period of time to remind you that something needs to be done. They should be addressed as soon as possible. ...

Albers,

These are some of the best RSS feeds I've found for keeping up with HTML5. I'm doing jQuery & MVC development as well so you will find the links have a jQuery/MS angle to them. WhenCanIUse The oh-so-necessary ...

Renso,

Goal: Enabling HTML5 validation and IntelliSense for Visual Studio 2010. By default it is set to XHTML 1.1. HTML5 support only came included with SP1 of Visual Studio 2010. However since HTML5 is not an ...

Jesse Taber,

This blog post has moved:

http://gruffcode.com/2011/11/15/time-warp/

PointsToShare,

© 2011 By: Dov Trietsch. All rights reserved More Fun with Math The runaway student – three different ways of solving one problem Here is a problem I read in a Russian site: A student is running away. ...

Chris Skardon,

Today is the big day, the day I attempt to use Ajax in the app… I’ve never done this (well, tell a lie, I’ve done it in a ‘tutorial’ site, but that was a while ago now), so it’s going to be interesting.. ...