Why Should You Pursue a Microsoft Certification?

If you’re considering taking a Microsoft Official Curriculum course (or your company is considering sending you to one) you should know that it’s a good choice for both of you. The most obvious benefit of taking a Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC) course is that you’re getting information about Microsoft technologies from the source. Coupled with […]
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Localizing ASP.NET MVC routes/URLs

Most websites now use some form of “pretty” URL. Gone are the days of URLs that exposed the relative path structure of the server…ending in “Default.aspx”. There are many benefits to decoupling your URLs from the underlying technology. URLs should really be viewed as part of the presentation layer. They are part of the user […]
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Logging ASP.NET MVC Errors Using ELMAH

When beta testing an application it’s important that you receive high quality error reports. We’ve all had users send reports such as: “It’s broken.” “My screen looks funny.” “I can’t log in.” Far better to have the application itself report any errors. That provides actionable data, including: type of error location of error stack trace […]
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Using Web Forms in an MVC Site

I’m teaching an HTML5 course this week, but one of my students had an ASP.NET question: how do you combine Web Form pages with ASP.NET MVC? It’s an interesting question, and not one that’s covered in any of our courses. Our MVC class covers MVC, our Web Form course covers Web Forms… and never the […]
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Supporting Multiple Versions of jQuery

I was in New York recently teaching my ASP.NET Web Forms class while one of my colleagues was teaching my jQuery class a couple of doors away. One of the students in the jQuery class asked an interesting question, and since another instructor – Randy Casburn – was sitting in the back of the room, […]
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