Dane Morgridge

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I have often heard programmers refer to them selves as either ninjas, pirates or monkeys. I have also seen a lot of talk about how ninjas are better than pirates, especially on twitter on talk like a pirate day. There are shirts at ThinkGeek about Killer Coding Ninja Monkeys which I find to be cool and very interesting all at the same time. Ninjas are assassins and they kill stuff. They are generally pretty quiet and if they do their job right no one really even knows they are there. Pirates tend ......

If you are doing REST webservices in .Net, you may have tried WCF to do this. This can be a bit tricky to setup and get working. Once it is working, it works well, but getting it going can be fun. I was working on a new project last night where I needed some REST services and I had thought about doing it Java or Python to get a quick version up and running so I could test my client, but I really wanted to do it in WCF so I spent a little time searching and came across the WCF REST Starter Kit. This ......

I'm speaking at the next Philly Code Camp on Oct 17, 2009. I'll be presenting in the Alt.Net track on "Crossing the Chasm: Develop, Build, and Deploy .NET Apps Cross-Platform with Mono". I will cover building .Net apps on Mac and Linux and even touch on MonoTouch, the .Net framework sdk for the iPhone. Registration will be opening soon, I would love you see you there. For more information go to the Philly Code Camp Website: http://codecamp.phillydotne... ......