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ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Quickly

Today I was pretty surprised when going through my feeds to read that a friend of mine, Maarten Balliauw, has a written a book. The title of the book is ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Quickly:

It’s been quite a job, but there it is: Packt just announced my very first book on their site. It is titled “ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Quickly”, covering all aspects ASP.NET MVC offers in a to-the-point manner with hands-on examples. The book walks through the main concepts of the MVC framework to help existing ASP.NET developers to move on to a higher level. It includes clear instructions and lots of code examples. It takes a simple approach, thereby allowing you to work with all facets of web application development. Some keywords: Model-view-controller, ASP.NET MVC architecture and components, unit testing, mocking, AJAX using MS Ajax and jQuery, reference application and resources.

I always thought, and still think, that writing a book is a massive amount of work. Therefore i really have a lot of respect for people that have the courage to actually write a real book.

HTTP request flow diagram

Alan Dean published a flow diagram of the process of an HTTP request inside a webserver, and all the possible status code outcomes.

Chistory

The C programming language was devised in the early 1970s as a system implementation language for the nascent Unix operating system. Derived from the typeless language BCPL, it evolved a type structure; created on a tiny machine as a tool to improve a mea

Animated Sorting Algorithm Demo

These pages show 8 different sorting algorithms on 4 different initial conditions.

Envy Code R preview #7 (scalable coding font) » DamienG

It's been a struggle but finally after countless hours here it is, the next release of my Envy Code R monospaced (fixed-width) font designed for programmers.

Codefluency: Migrating to Ruby 1.9

Here’s the slides for the other talk I gave at Scotland on Rails, going over the syntax and language feature changes between Ruby 1.8 and Ruby 1.9.

Standalone ActiveRecord and SQLite3 - McWong

How to use ActiveRecord outside of Rails

Monsters of the Programming World

funny little comics about programming

Cutting Edge: Windows Workflow Foundation -- MSDN Magazine, March 2006

Discusses how you can use Windows Workflow Foundation to address a common business scenario where automatic processes intersect with human activity.