New ASP.NET Training Course at Learning Tree

I was back in Learning Tree’s Reston offices last week, presenting the beta of my new ASP.NET course – Building ASP.NET Web Applications: Hands-On.  (The beta is part of our course development process where we try out the course in front of students for the first time.  Their feedback is an important part of refining […]
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Google Coding Style Guides

Google have made their internal coding style guides publicly available. I’ve been checking out the HTML and CSS and JavaScript guides over the past couple of days, and would strongly recommend that anyone working on the client-side take a look at both. Guides like these are full of little tips and tricks. They give you […]
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HTML5 Training Course At Learning Tree

I’m in Reston this week, attending our new HTML5 class. The author, Andrew Andrews III is also teaching it this week, and it’s a lot of fun. Andrew’s the Technical Editor on my jQuery course so I know him pretty well – and I’ve been looking forward to the class for a while. What is […]
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More tips for ASP.NET MVC jQuery Mobile sites

I’ve had a very enjoyable week finalizing the alpha of my new ASP.NET MVC/jQuery Mobile site and putting it online at cocktails-r-us. I’m now testing and refining it (as well as dutifully drinking lots of cocktails so I can take photos and upload them to the site: all for the good of the application, you […]
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HTML5, .NET, and Silverlight: Why So Serious?

Why all the anxiety about Microsoft’s support for JavaScript+HTML5? In a perfect world, there shouldn’t be any fuss. HTML5 is the latest iteration of the HTML specification and builds into HTML a ton of goodies that developers have had to either shoehorn in with other tools (e.g. Flash), implement by misusing other tools (using CSS classes […]
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