.NET Free Tutorial

Posted: 18th November 2011 by Iulian Margarintescu in .NET
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.NET Tutorial (free interactive tutorial by @MottiShaked) http://motti.me/c0

jQuery 1.7 is ready for download! You can get the code from the jQuery CDN:

This new release should also be available on the Google and Microsoft CDNs within a day or two.

Read the full details on the jQuery Blog

In the name of finding silver linings in dark clouds, I’d like to present the top 10 reasons why Darth Vader was an amazing project manager.

read the full article

Scrum is a lightweight process that helps you get work done by keeping things simple.

ScrumPig is a lightweight program that helps you get more work done by keeping Scrum simple.

And it’s FREE.

Get it here.

A great article describing in summary how and why to use modern web technologies and techniques to build web applications: Continue reading “Modern Websites with HTML5 and Javascript” »

Apache Subversion 1.7

We are pleased to announce the release of Apache Subversion 1.7.0. This is the most complete Subversion release to date, and we encourage users of Subversion to upgrade as soon as reasonable. This release contains a large number of new features, bug fixes and other improvements. For a more comprehensive list, please consult the release notes.

Please see the release announcement and the change log for more information about this release.

To get this release from the nearest mirror, please visit our download page.

TortoiseSVN 1.7 – read Release Notes and Download

Spring Social API

Posted: 4th October 2011 by rbaban in Java, Javascript, Web

http://www.springsource.org/spring-social/news/1.0.0-released

The new set of developer tools walk-through with Scott Hanselman.

You can find it here .

Programming katas

Posted: 21st September 2011 by Bogdan Galiceanu in General
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http://blogs.lessthandot.com/index.php/ITProfessionals/ProfessionalDevelopment/using-code-katas-to-improve

The post above does a great job at explaining what a kata in software is all about. Highly recommended habit to get into :)

Phil Japikse explains SOLID software principles – Single Responsibility, Open/Closed, Liskov Substitution, Interface Segregation, Dependency Inversion- and how to apply them using design patterns.

SOLID Software and Design Patterns for Mere Mortals