Microsoft just released the first preview of the ASP.Net MVC 3 web development framework. This is an early evaluation-only-don’t-dream-of-putting-this-into-production release of features planned for the 3.0 release of ASP.Net MVC. I was anxious to see this, primarily because it includes the new Razor View Engine. While I find ASP.Net MVC to be a superior web […]Read More It’s pretty sharp…don’t cut yourself!
Inception, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Ellen Page, and crafted by the best director in the business – one Christopher Nolan – is a visually stunning and thoroughly enjoyable film that has the staying power of any great mind-bending whodunit. What makes Inception so good is how well it mixes the scifi / action genre with […]Read More Inception
I’ve been teaching myself two popular Model-View-Controller web developer frameworks lately: ASP.Net MVC and Ruby on Rails. Rails is the very popular (and successful) open source MVC framework based on the Ruby programming language, and ASP.Net MVC is Microsoft’s own open source (MS-PL) MVC framework. As a .Net developer, I’m very comfortable with VB.Net and […]Read More ASP.Net MVC, jQuery and FullCalendar
A review of the 2006 film, “The Fall.”Read More The Fall