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Alexander Kolesnikov, May 09

.NET on the Net May 1-7: Popfly gets some new tools

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Alexander Kolesnikov, May 02

.NET on the 'Net April 24th-30th : Can we have that service pack back?

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Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Apr 28

.NET on the 'Net April 17-23 : Putting it all online

Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Apr 17

.NET on the 'NET : Happy Birthday SilverLight!

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Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Apr 10

.NET on the 'NET April 2 - 8 : All your Yahoo are belong to us!

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Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Apr 03

.NET on the 'Net March 25 - April 1: OOXML and IE8

Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Mar 27

.NET on the 'NET March 18-25: New IIS7 Goodness and MVC opens up

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Alexander Kolesnikov, Mar 20

.NET on the 'NET March 10-17: SubSonic Rocks and MVC is Hawt

Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Mar 11

.NET on the NET March 2-9: MIX Hangover Edition

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Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Mar 09

MIXing It Up: Day Two

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Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Mar 06

MIXing It Up: Day One

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Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Mar 06

MIXing It Up: Pre-Keynote Note

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Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Mar 04

.NET on the 'NET Feb 22-March 1: PreMIX Edition

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Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Feb 23

.NET on the 'NET Feb 15-22: Silverlight 2 is Sweet

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Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Feb 15

.NET on the ‘Net Feb 8-14: Windows 2008 Server Made My Valentines Day

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Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Feb 08

.NET on the ‘Net Feb 1-7: DataContext Dilemmas & Versioning Databases

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Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Dec 28

Visual Studio 2008 Review

I know it’s a bit late, but as promised here’s a review of Visual Studio 2008. I’ve had it for a while now, but I wanted to wait until I’d worked on a few projects with it before I offered my opinion. Overall, it’s a solid improvement over 2005. The guys at Microsoft have made some good changes that actually improved the development experience rather than just adding a bunch of fluff.
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Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Nov 25

Keep Your Template Logic in the Template

Why keeping your template logic in the template is next to godliness. With a concrete example.
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Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Nov 21

Visual Studio 2008 RTM Is Here!

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Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Oct 21

We ASP.NET Geeks Have Lost Nothing

Rob Conery—the creator of the very, very slick SubSonic persistence framework—writes that he has forgotten a lot of HTML and javascript. He ain’t lying. I took his little challenge and failed miserably. Then again, I realized how glad I was that I had not had to struggle with, nor implement, manual form handling in quite some time. While I might have lost something by becoming an ASP.NET junkie, at the same time I gained a lot of very, very powerful tools to make complex, interactive web applications without having to worry too much about how to wire up HTML forms.

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Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Oct 12

Microsoft is finally adapting

Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Oct 10

A Survival Guide for ASP.NET Developers

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Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Oct 10

Speed Up Your Site! 8 ASP.NET Performance Tips

Is your latest ASP.NET application Web 2.0 or Web Two-Dot-Slow? Does your site stay strong in times of high traffic? In this practical how-to guide, Jeff and Jon flex their technical muscle to show you how to build fast, responsive web sites that scale as your user base expands.
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Programming
Alexander Kolesnikov, Oct 04

.NET Framework Source Code to be Released!