Taking Baby Steps with ScriptCS

I?ve been following the ScriptCS project with great interest over the last couple of months. As you may know by now, I?ve been searching for a more lightweight .NET development experience for quite some time. The ScriptCS project is here to fulfill this desperate need. Driven by the open-source .NET community, this wonderful initiative promises […]

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Developer humor

I literally cried this morning as I scanned these posts. Note: Don’t have a drink in hand or mouth when reading these. Enjoy: http://martinvalasek.com/blog/pictures-from-a-developers-life http://martinvalasek.com/blog/pictures-from-a-developers-life-part-2 http://martinvalasek.com/blog/pictures-from-a-developers-life-part-3 If you’re a git user. http://wheningit.tumblr.com/

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Brian’s Resizer App

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Today I was pleased to learn Brian?s Sizer App is still out there and still works, even with Windows 8. Just install it and right-click to snap a window to a specific size. This tool was indispensible to me when deving for web and I find myself needing it again these days in building mockups. […]

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Server WebSocket Clients, with Jetty

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Previously I discussed how to write a Server which uses a persistent WebSocket Client, using the Netty framework to make things go.  Netty is configured through establishing a Channel Pipeline, which is great if you need a very flexible system for handling network input and output.  For most projects however, this sort of power can […]

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Introducing node-validation

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Some time ago I was looking for a validation library/module for use in a small Express application that I was writing at the time. I couldn?t find anything that suited my taste so I decided to write one myself just for kicks. The goal was learning how to publish a module to npm and making […]

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