Monthly Archives: November 2011

Great post on why the patent system in the US is broken

You can read the post at SFGate. It’s a great interview with a Google attorney who lays out in pretty simple terms why the patent system in the US is broken. The comments are also worth a read. Some of … Continue reading 

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jQuery 1.7 Released – Event handling in a better, simplified and consolidated way

In case you missed it, you can find the announcement here. Apart from the improved delegate performance (which turned out to beĀ a wonderfully simple solution!) – the nicest feature IMO is the standardized way to bind events. The new .on() … Continue reading 

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Telerik’s ASP.NET AJAX Controls – Check them out

UPDATE: Telerik is offering a prize to one of you, ASP.NET AJAX developers: a FREE developer license for RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX (worth $799)! To participate in the drawing for this prize, you need to helpĀ Telerik spread the news about … Continue reading 

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