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The Story So Far: I love Visual Studio. I love their express editions for being FREE. I love it because it gives superb intellisense as well as debugging support. The reason I enjoy coding .NET is probably because it's done in Visual Studio. I don't mind coding in any programming language as long as it was available in Visual Studio. I am a huge fan of Android platform, and I wanted to develop some Android Apps, but not in Eclipse. I learned that PhoneGap can be used to convert HTML5 applications ...
Here’s a list of sources of information for the different elements that comprise the 70-480 exam: General ResourcesEDIT: http://www.microsoftvirtual... This is the end all source for video coverage of the exam, including information on the followup exam for building Windows Store apps with HTML5, CSS and Javascript. Go to the site to get a free voucher code to take the exam while supplies last! http://www.w3schools.com (As pointed out in David Pallmann’s ...
This was a very interesting event, I had never spoken in an event with so many developers in one place. It was cool! I had two talks, one on HTML5 and IE9 where I demonstrated the HTML5 and CSS3 coverage in IE9 and performance improvements, the second on ASP.NET MVC Best Practices where I talked about a fraction of things that you need to be aware of and possibly use when you are developing an MVC application. The HTML5 and IE9 talk was more of a showcase and focused on new features that will continue ...
Today I gave a talk about HTML5 at the UNIT4 DevDay. Thanks to UNIT4 for giving me this opportunity and thanks to everyone who attended my session! Although HTML5 far from completed, it is a lot of fun to work with. Not all tags used in HTML5 are supported by the browsers. You can try the demos on different browsers to see if they work. Download the code here. Download the slides here. For those at UNIT4 who missed this presentation, I will repeat it at UNIT4 Internet Solutions and at UNIT4 Oost ...