Sequentially download multiple files (with jQuery)

16/4/2009

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One tool to test them all: Microsoft Expression Web SuperPreview

23/3/2009

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Why learning CSS is important in a (web) development world

14/1/2009

I notice that a lot of development effort is going into creating a nice back end. Creating a GUI is a matter of using the designer – better known as system.draggy-droppy – and setting the right colors via the properties panel. But lately a shift has happened which forces developers to learn about CSS.

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Posting code on your blog

31/12/2008

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Testing the OnActionExecuting event of a Controller

28/12/2008

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VMWare Fusion vs Parallels

30/11/2008

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Austin and Kaizenconf Part 2

23/11/2008

Using and abusing ASP.NET MVC for fun and profit

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Austin and Kaizenconf Part 1 – workshops

1/11/2008

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Creating a menu for your ASP.NET MVC website using HTML helpers

18/9/2008

I've been working with ASP.NET MVC for a few months and it has been quite a ride. I'm working on a website where the menu is loaded from the database. It should be rendered as an unsorted list and a CSS class should be added to the active item. Here is an example of the menu:

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Descriptive names versus abbreviations for UI elements

15/8/2008

I have been using abbreviations for UI elements for a long time. I think most developers have and still do. When you declare a button which will give the user the possibility to log on, it will be called: btnLogOn (or something similar). At first I wasn’t really thinking this through and automatically started the name of a dropdownlist with ddl, of a label with lbl etc... One day I was programming in Visual Studio, I was creating a trivial user interface, and I typed something like this:

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