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  • Using Bootstrap to make the movies list responsive
    Of course window sizes can change so we need to hook up the window resize event and make sure to reevaluate the removal of the element on resizing. 'The current movie list looks quite nice on a desktop browser but leaves something to be desired on a tablet or phone. And as this is something I think should work just as well it is high time to fix this. One of the reasons I think every web application should work equally well on a tablet as on a desktop browser is that they are so frequently used. So what is the problem? This is what I get on my Nexus 7 in landscape mode. 7: $scope.$digest();
    The Problem Solver - Monday, March 24, 2014
  • Using Bootstrap to make the movies list responsive
    Of course window sizes can change so we need to hook up the window resize event and make sure to reevaluate the removal of the element on resizing. 'The current movie list looks quite nice on a desktop browser but leaves something to be desired on a tablet or phone. And as this is something I think should work just as well it is high time to fix this. One of the reasons I think every web application should work equally well on a tablet as on a desktop browser is that they are so frequently used. So what is the problem? This is what I get on my Nexus 7 in landscape mode. 7: $scope.$digest();
    The Problem Solver - Monday, March 24, 2014
  • Managers who don't TDD be unemployable before 2012.
    And it is even harder to persuade them that having some help, going on a course or having some coaching, is a faster route to proficiency than reading a book and watching some screencasts. 'In the furious discussion over my “ Programmers without TDD will be unemployable ” last month a couple of people asked: “How will this come to pass?” And a few others said: “Managers will never let this happen.” Let me answer both these comments in one go: Managers are the missing link between today’s largely TDD-free code development and the 2012 world where TDD will be essential to get a job.
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Sunday, February 23, 2014
  • Introducing the RAW stack
    Of course using MongoDB would be perfectly possible but RavenDB with it's native.NET client is so much cleaner. Of course it doesn't solve all my problems but it is pretty good and there is an active community out there. Other technologies I will be using Of course I will be using other technologies with the sample I will be building using this stack. 'With this post I am introducing the RAW stack. Why the RAW stack? Well it is kind of the equivalent of the MEAN stack. Now there are plenty of places where it isn't but C# on the server is still quite awesome.
    The Problem Solver - Wednesday, February 12, 2014
  • Introducing the RAW stack
    Of course using MongoDB would be perfectly possible but RavenDB with it's native.NET client is so much cleaner. Of course it doesn't solve all my problems but it is pretty good and there is an active community out there. Other technologies I will be using Of course I will be using other technologies with the sample I will be building using this stack. 'With this post I am introducing the RAW stack. Why the RAW stack? Well it is kind of the equivalent of the MEAN stack. Now there are plenty of places where it isn't but C# on the server is still quite awesome.
    The Problem Solver - Wednesday, February 12, 2014
  • Unemployable without TDD - a follow up
    Someone who sells it as another course or someone who passionately believes in it? Of course IDEs will still exists and will still be useful. Also, very few people mentioned my comments about University courses. TDD is a proven technique and Universities should be teaching it on programming courses, and they should be teaching code reviewing and probably some more techniques too. 'The reaction to my last entry - Programmers without TDD will be unemployable by 2022 - took me a little by surprised. Sorry if you think this is me being defensive. we really tried it.
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Wednesday, February 12, 2014
  • Special Event: MongoDB in New York from DevelopMentor
    Here is a little info on the course, see the full course page for all the details. This course is a deep exploration of building applications in MongoDB  (the  most popular  NoSQL document-database). This course starts out by looking at why you should choose a NoSQL database in the first place. Finally, we will round out the course with a few topics that you will need to be successful with MongoDB including  Server administration for developers  and  Security and permissions. Why should you choose DevelopMentor’s MongoDB course?
    Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Tuesday, January 14, 2014
  • Part 7: Lambda Expressions in Python for.NET Developers Series
    Take my Python course from DevelopMentor Filed under: Python Tagged: NET , Python , Screencasts. 'This post is  part 7  of my many-part series entitled  Python for.NET Developers. View the entire series  here. This video explores Python’s equivalent of C#’s lambda expressions. Are you interested in Python training for you or your team? Python.NET Screencasts
    Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Friday, January 10, 2014
  • Part 6: Anonymous Types in Python for.NET Developers Series
    Take my Python course from DevelopMentor Filed under: Python Tagged: NET , Python , Screencasts. 'This post is  part 6  of my many-part series entitled  Python for.NET Developers. View the entire series  here. This video explores Python’s equivalent of C#’s anonymous types including a custom class to make things smoother on the Python side. Are you interested in Python training for you or your team? Python.NET Screencasts
    Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Thursday, January 9, 2014
  • Part 5: Properties in Python for.NET Developers Series
    Take my Python course from DevelopMentor Filed under: Python Tagged: ASP.NET , Python , Screencasts. 'This post is  part 5  of my many-part series entitled  Python for.NET Developers. View the entire series  here. This video explores Python’s equivalent of C#’s properties including read-only and computed properties. Are you interested in Python training for you or your team? Python ASP.NET Screencasts
    Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Wednesday, January 8, 2014
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