Internationalizing ASP.NET Web Forms

I was in Rockville last week, acting as the BORG (Back Of the Room Guy) for another instructor. About half the students were attending remotely, using Learning Tree’s AnyWare system – and one of them was joining us all the way from Sweden, which meant he had a different keyboard layout. Fortunately, that was easily […]
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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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Dependency Injection with Ninject and MVC 4

This week I uploaded a new version of www.cocktailsrus.com. I didn’t change all that much… just upgraded the server to .NET 4.5, upgraded MVC4 from beta to release, Entity Framework to 5.0, jQuery to 1.8.3, jQuery UI to 1.9.2 and jQuery Mobile to 1.2.0. Oh, and I finally made the move to storing the images […]
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Uploading to GitHub from Visual Studio

For a while now, my friend and fellow Learning Tree instructor Nigel Armstrong has been urging me to put my jQuery ratings plugin (jquery.rate) on GitHub. So today I finally decided to do something about it. I found it considerably more complicated than I expected – sufficiently so that I thought it might be useful […]
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Efficient Paging with Model Binding in Web Forms

One of my favorite features in the latest release of ASP.NET Web Forms is Model Binding. I always liked it in ASP.NET MVC and it’s great to see it being ported over to Web Forms – and since the model is bound to control values rather than form values, we don’t have the same security […]
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