I’m about a week out from attending That Conference 2016 in the Wisconsin Dells. This has been my 2nd year attending, and I can’t say enough good things about it. Clark and an army of volunteers do a tremendous job of running this year after year, and it’s greatly appreciated by all. This year was better than ever. I got to meet so many cool people from all over the Midwest, and even som…
I’m writing this post from the Austin airport as I’m getting ready to head home after a very educational 4 days in Austin for VSLive 2015. I wanted to quickly write down a lot of key points from all of the sessions I attended. I figure writing about something is a good way to retain a lot of it. All of them were very interesting and everything was run very smoothly, overall a great…
There are various libraries available to help you unit test your controller actions, returned views and models, and action results with MVC. One that I have recently started using is TestStack.FluentMVCTesting. This library allows you to perform actions on your controllers within your unit tests, and then verify, with a fluent syntax, that those actions behaved correctly.
Here are a cou…
I was curious about what the breakdown of browser statistics looked like in 2011, and I was pleasantly surprised by what I found.
These statistics are provided by W3Schools and can be found at: http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_stats.asp.
I don’t usually post articles not pertaining directly to ASP.NET/SQL Server/ or other code related things, but this one caught my attention, and is related to software development.
Interesting article that was published from Forbes, touting the value of developers to their companies. I love the article, but of course I am biased. 🙂 In a rough economy such as this, it does give som…
I wanted to write a quick web application to send a MagicPacket to be able to allow my PC to wake up remotely from a sleep or shutdown, using WOL. There were plenty of samples out there, and it was relatively straight forward.
Two of them that worked great (at least internally)