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Book Review - Professional Enterprise .NET

28 October 2009 15:49

ASP.NET 3.5 ASP.NET MVC Book Review

I reviewed an ASP.NET Architecture and Design book recently. It was OK. I felt it was a bit thin, and didn't cover topics beyond beginner level. Then I got sent a review copy of another book: Professional Enterprise .NET. Having read it, this is the book that the previous book should want to be when it grows up.

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Displaying Google Analytics Data in ASP.NET

26 October 2009 22:30

ASP.NET 3.5 ASP.NET MVC

If you have a Google Analytics account, you can use the Data Export API provided by Google to access your visitor stats, and retrieve them for use elsewhere. Here's how to display some stats in ASP.NET.

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Book Review - ASP.NET 3.5 Application Architecture and Design

11 October 2009 18:36

General ASP.NET 3.5 Book Review

Back in the day, when I began to get interested in ASP.NET application architecture and design, I spent hours hunting for a book that would explain all I needed to know.  I wanted one that focused on ASP.NET, with its special demands, rather than a general .NET development book.  I wanted a book that would explain what layers and tiers were, and how I should separate code out to make it more scalable and reusable.  I wanted a book that would explain how I could take my skills to the next level. I couldn't find one.  There was a big gap in the market.  Vivek Thakur has attempted to fill this gap, with this apty named title: ASP.NET 3.5 Application Architecture and Design.

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Dependency Injection and Inversion of Control with ASP.NET MVC

10 October 2009 22:46

LINQ ASP.NET MVC Entity Framework

As you delve more into ASP.NET MVC you start to come across a whole new way of doing things that Web Forms development didn't really expose you to. Inversion of Control (IoC) and Dependency Injection (DI) are two phrases that crop up a lot in the MVC space. So what are they all about? And should you care?

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