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Telerik, moving to Kendo

I’ve been pretty quiet lately. Spent all my time on our big app, working with the usual MVC, DDD, nHibernate and the like. Much to our content, so far we have managed to keep up with the ever changing landscape … Continue reading 

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Fluent 2014, Splunk for JavaScript developers, and a dash of Hypermedia

Recently a bunch of my fellow Splunkers and I had the pleasure of attending Fluent 2014 in San Francisco where we held down our Splunk booth. It was a great event! While at the booth I had the privilege of … Continue reading 

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Sublime is sublime Closing

Well its an early morning. I can blame the travel from London for that. I managed to struggle through to the end of the second period watching the canadiens game last night. I was a bit worried entering the third … Continue reading 

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Sublime is Sublime 12

OK so we are at the last blog post in the sublime series. I have I hope saved the best one for last. One of the largest questions I have received during this series is how do I get intelisense … Continue reading 

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Sublime is Sublime 11

So we are now into the 11th post. There are only two more to go after this one. One with some more functionality and one as a summary. In the last post we installed OpenIDE and showed the very basics … Continue reading 

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Sublime is Sublime 10

Ok we have been moving right along through the sublime features and getting setup for .net development. I have been half saving the next few posts deliberately until the end as they will be covering the largest arguments I hear … Continue reading 

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Sublime is Sublime 9

Yesterday I took a survey of .net developers as I was curious how most are working. In particular I was wondering what % of time people actually work on .NET code vs working on code such as html or javascript … Continue reading 

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Sublime is Sublime 8

In this post we will look at how to become a bit more efficient in our sublime setup without adding lots of new tools or complexity. In particular I don’t like running my builds and my tests manually (and we … Continue reading 

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Sublime is Sublime 7

So as we have come along the path our sublime instance is starting to feel quite a bit more customized than it was before. We can now build, have git/github integration, and of course have awesome command line integration but … Continue reading 

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Unit Testing Json Result data in WinRT applications

If you are building applications today which access data via any type of web based API it is very likely you going to be consuming data which is formatted as Json. When you get your data back you are almost certainly … Continue reading 

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