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Author Archives: Jeffrey Palermo

Code the Town! Investing in the next generation of programmers in Austin, TX

Austin, TX is a hot-bed for technology.  You can find a user group for just about any technology and purpose meeting almost any day of the week. And now, there is a group that intersects with giving back to the … Continue reading 

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Learn XHtml and CSS from the pros

We (Clear Measure) are a client of PSD2HTML.  We have a designer, but we have found it more cost-effective to have PSD2HTML take our initial UI designs and create XHtml and CSS out of them.  From there, we will add … Continue reading 

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Find me on twitter @jeffreypalermo

If you read twitter, you can find me at http://twitter.com/jeffreypalermo Since I tend not to write short blog posts (like this one), I put the small ones on twitter. If you do twitter RSS, you can use this feed: http://twitter.com/statuses/user_timeline/13253882.rss … Continue reading 

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Realistically achieving high test coverage – MvcContrib

Since Eric Hexter and I started the MvcContrib project, we’ve mandated a high test coverage.  If a patch comes without tests, we’d reject the patch.  Given that MvcContrib exists for the purpose of supplementing a presentation library, ASP.NET MVC, you might think … Continue reading 

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Objectively evaluating O/R Mappers (or how to make it easy to dump NHibernate)

I’m amazed that there is so much talk about object/relational mappers these days.  Pleased, but amazed.  I tend to be in the “early adopter” part of the Rogers technology adoption curve. (Subscribe to my feed:  http://feeds.feedburner.com/jeffreypalermo) In the .Net world, … Continue reading 

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