Monthly Archives: February 2009

The MVC Template Team Got It Right

I just created my first project with ASP.Net MVC RC1 and I had a pleasant surprise!! As with the beta, when you create a new project with the MVC project template, it creates a AccountConroller as part of the startup … Continue reading 

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Polymorphism with JavaScript

I don’t know if I picked this line up in a book or somewhere else, but the best way to describe the JavaScript language is schizophrenic.  The language itself (regardless of the hosting environment) doesn’t know if it’s Object Oriented … Continue reading 

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Austin Code Camp 09 Call For Speakers

When: May 30, 2009 – 8:30 AM – 5PM Where: St. Edwards professional learning center, Austin, TX The Austin .Net Users Group is hosting its fourth Code Camp. This one day, community driven conference has grown beyond the Austin community … Continue reading 

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Another Way to Test Ajax Methods

A while ago, Chad posted about how to test Ajax methods with QUnit.  I’m also testing Ajax calls, but taking a different approach I thought I would share. Chad’s approach was to put a timer in the test and waiting … Continue reading 

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Austin Code Camp 09

When: Saturday, May 30th Where: St. Edwards Professional Education Center We are gearing up for This Year’s Austin .Net User’s Group Code Camp.  Last year we had 300 attendees and around 30 sessions.  We expect this years to be even … Continue reading 

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