Monthly Archives: August 2009

jQuery Validation and ASP.NET MVC Forms

  We have a standard that is part of our definition of done that includes adding client side validation to any page that contains a form. We always require server side validation, but I really like this standard since I’m all … Continue reading 

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Iowa Code Camp Wants You to Speak

Iowa Code Camp is back at it again! The official call for speakers has been announced. Last code camp, I was given the priviledge to present A Beginner’s Guide to Unit Testing with Tim Barcz and fellow Patron of Pablo … Continue reading 

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St Louis Day of .NET

I’m getting excited for St. Louis Day of .Net, August 28th-29th! We have two Los Techies members speaking at this event. Chris Patterson is speaking on Event Driven Architecture and Keith Dahlby is speaking on Linq Internals. It is a … Continue reading 

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Zero Percent in Google Analytics Site Overlay

I was recently looking at a Google Analytics Site Overlay (a very nice feature if you haven’t seen it before) and noticed that almost all links are showing up as 0% click-through. I know this couldn’t be the case because … Continue reading 

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