BioI am an Architect for Dell.com on the Engineering Excellence team. I (co)Founded MvcContrib, Should, Solution Factory, and Pstrami open source projects. I have co-authored MVC 2 in Action, MVC3 in Action, and MVC 4 in Action. I am a Microsoft MVP.
I have founded some online conferences like aspConf, mvcConf, Community For MVC
- using the asp.net lego blocks to create a synchronized Kanban board.
- Tip to become a successful software engineer.
- ASP.Net Web Config Transform Console Utility released on nuget
- Are your unit tests still hard to read ? – Should Assertion Library
- Using sql compact for integration tests with entity framework.
- using MVC Navigation Routes in Twitter.Bootstrap.MVC4
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We are really excited about this conference! This is a free, online, two day conference that will focus on web development on using .Net. We will have great speakers from the community and industry lined up. We already have speakers … Continue reading
This is the eighth and final installment to the series: RabbitMQ for Windows. In the last installment, we walked through creating a topic exchange example. As the last installment, we’ll walk through a headers exchange example. Headers exchanges examine the … Continue reading
Update: this position is located in Austin. However if you don’t live in the area and are interested in working with us, please contact me. I’m always interested in working with talented developers no matter where they live! I’m expanding … Continue reading
This is the seventh installment to the series: RabbitMQ for Windows. In the last installment, we walked through creating a fanout exchange example. In this installment, we’ll be walking through a topic exchange example. Topic exchanges are similar to direct … Continue reading
This is the sixth installment to the series: RabbitMQ for Windows. In the last installment, we walked through creating a direct exchange example and introduced the push API. In this installment, we’ll walk through a fanout exchange example. As discussed … Continue reading
I’m going to give you a phrase of power. Use it wisely. Ready? I want to hear what you have to say. If you know a developer who ought to be presenting at conferences or writing blog posts and isn’t, … Continue reading
We’ve got an amazing line up of presentations this year. A lot of great people from the community have volunteered their time to share with the rest of what they’ve learned and what they are passionate about. With over 40 … Continue reading
Huboard! I’ve been working one a few new features in my side project huboard and they are pretty awesome. Since the start I’ve always prioritized features by what adds the most value to github issues. That means features github already … Continue reading
The 6th Austin Code Camp will be June 9th, 2012 at St Edward’s Professional Education Center. It’s lining up to be a great conference already. 200 people have already registered and we have 30 sessions submitted too. You can find … Continue reading