Monthly Archives: April 2009

To MVC or to WebForms?

In case you haven’t been following it, there’s a sort of blog storm happening around whether or not you should learn ASP.NET MVC (or indeed MVC in general) or stick with Web Forms. You can follow the storm here: Rob … Continue reading 

Posted in ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, FubuMVC | 27 Comments

Virtual ALT.NET Meeting about S#harp Architecture

The VAN is still going strong, thanks to Zachariah Young for all his dedication and hard work! We’re looking for feedback on the format and topics. Please opine on the Virtual ALT.NET Mailing List (they’re up to 286 members now!). … Continue reading 

Posted in VAN | 2 Comments

Excelling in a job interview

My friend and co-worker Gary Sherman recently tweeted this and I thought I would share it with you: How to Nail an Interview: http://www.howtonailaninterview.com/ (for my English-as-a-second-language friends, ‘nail’ here means ‘to achieve great success’ – the text of the … Continue reading 

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Virtual ALT.NET Meeting Tonight

Zachariah Young has been rockin’ the Virtual ALT.NET (VAN) meetings for the past several months. There’s been good turnout and good discussions.  He’s kicking it up a notch and asking members of the community to present something interesting at each … Continue reading 

Posted in VAN | 3 Comments