Monthly Archives: April 2009

Submit Your Austin Code Camp Sessions Now

The deadline for submitting session is April 19.  If you want to speak at this year’s code camp, better hurry up.  We have about 27 sessions submitted so far, most of them 2 hours in length.  Also remember, I don’t … Continue reading 

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Building Maintainable Web Applications Training Course

I am conducting a two day training workshop on Building Maintainable Web Applications.  It will be here in Austin TX June 8-9. The foundational philosophy I and my consulting company believe is that creating applications that are maintainable starts with … Continue reading 

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Resharper templates: Don’t forget the Macros

I use Resharper templates (among other features) on a daily basis.  Most of them create very small pieces of code that I use VERY frequently.  For instance, I have a set of templates that help me build out my test … Continue reading 

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Cooking With Pablo: Chicken Cacciatore

In this edition of Cooking With Pablo, were going to do one of my favorite one pot dishes: Chicken Cacciatore.  Cacciatore means “hunters stew”.  This would be a dish that hunters would make while on long hunting trips with whatever … Continue reading 

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