FubuMVC has moved to GitHub

FYI, if you’re looking at FubuMVC, you should be advised that the new home for the FubuMVC source is now at GitHub. I have cleared the SVN /trunk and /branches/reboot repositories over at the old GoogleCode site. If you currently … Continue reading 

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Announcing FubuMVC

A Little Background UPDATE: 2012 – Fix links which have changed or expired I have been relatively quiet about FubuMVC for some time (only briefly mentioning it in passing on this blog).  It has been a project that has been … Continue reading 

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Pablo’s Fiesta Open Space Conference

In case you didn’t see it on the main Los Techies feed, John Teague and fellow Los Techian announced “Pablo’s Fiesta”, Los Techies’ first Open Space conference. The sign-up page is here for more information: http://fiesta.lostechies.com/ John Teague has taken … Continue reading 

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I need some ‘wisdom of the crowd’ here. I’m guessing just about ever single one of you (at least the software developer types) reading this have deployed software to a production environment at least once in your career. One of … Continue reading 

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Dovetail is Hiring a Junior-to-Mid-level .NET Developer

Come work for one of the most progressive development shops in the US. This is an opportunity to work with some of the leaders in the .NET/C# space including Jeremy Miller and Joshua Flanagan – both senior developers, designers, architects, … Continue reading 

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Chad’s Comment-worthiness Ranking Scale

I try to be fair to commenters and give them a say, even if they’re belligerent and obnoxious as long as their making good points or otherwise contributing to the thread (even if they’re disagreeing with me). However, every now … Continue reading 

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Is Blogging Dead?

The other day I was at lunch with some folks (I won’t name drop except to give credit for the person who originally brought it up: Jeremy), and he commented that, while is number of RSS subscriptions has actually increased, … Continue reading 

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The usual result of Poor Man’s Dependency Injection

Alternate Title: An IoC Container is a Rich Man’s Factory Pattern Implementation I ruffled some feathers with my last post on Poor Man’s Dependency Injection (PDMI), so please allow me to clarify further. The natural progression of using PMDI is … Continue reading 

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Just say no to ‘Poor Man’s Dependency Injection’.

For background, Jimmy Bogard originally posted about the ‘poor man’s dependency injection’ style used in NerdDinner. Not to single out NerdDinner, because there are lots of apps out there doing this. NerdDinner just happened to be the most recent and … Continue reading 

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VAN is a friend of Pablo’s!

In case you haven’t noticed, the VAN logo now appears in our “Friends of Pablo” section. VAN is really taking off! If you have checked out VAN (Virtual ALT.NET) before, I suggest you run, not walk, to check it out … Continue reading 

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