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Can you help me formulate a TOC for an ASP.NET MVC Cookbook
Hey there everyone. I was recently tasked to pitch a book to my publisher. As a first step I need to come up with an outline for the Table of Contents. This book is the standard cookbook style with an added focus on the MVC side of ASP.NET. I have been poking about at other similarly styled books to get some ideas. I think comparing ASP.NET Web Forms to ASP.NET MVC would provide some folks with a good reference point when looking at the two ways of doing things. (Thanks to my friend James Shaw for ......

Posted On Friday, January 15, 2010 5:17 PM

VirtualDNUG.com a virtual .net users group
Hey all! I am finally going to put my full steam into setting up my VirtualDNUG users group. With the help of the good folks over at ineta (they are providing a LiveMeeting license for us) I am hoping to host a great environment for learning. I will probably start off with topics on ASP.NET MVC and the various side projects that surround that world (Turbine, Spark View Engine, FubuMVC, etc.) but I am totally open to just about any other cutting edge .net topics as well. If you are interested in attending ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 5, 2010 3:33 PM

ASP.NET MVC 2 in Action conducting a public review
Since I enjoyed the first edition of the ASP.NET MVC in Action book I figured I would jump on this second edition of this book and framework as quickly as I could. I just read this post from Jeffrey Palermo: http://jeffreypalermo.com/b... Which basically states that they are actively working on the next edition of the book. More importantly, the chapters that they have completed so far are in a publicly viewable location: http://github.com/jeffreypa... ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 5, 2010 1:54 PM

NBuilder article just submitted to DotNetSlackers.com
I just finished the first article to a two maybe three part mini-series on NBuilder for DotNetSlackers.com. NBuilder is a great little tool for generating your objects for you. Often times you will create an application that is dependent on data or a set of hydrated objects for it to work or for you to be able to test your application’s UI, etc. Sometimes you are not in charge of the data portion of the application. In that case you might find yourself creating mocks with complex scenarios of spinning ......

Posted On Monday, January 4, 2010 11:34 AM

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