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  • ASP.NET Model View Controller Architecture

    A little while ago, Scotts Guthrie and Hanselman presented on MVC in ASP.NET (and Dynamic Languages) at the oddly named ALT.NET conference in Texas.  I'm with ScottH that ''Alt'' is a pretty silly name and something like Agile or Pragmatic would be a much better descriptor.  Alternative is not terribly descriptive since anything that ...
    Posted to Steven Smith (Weblog) by ssmith on October 16, 2007
  • Speaking at Connection in Vegas in November

    I found out that I should be speaking at the DevConnections show this fall.  The show is being held in Las Vegas again, November 5–8th.  I apologize to anybody that had hoped to see me present last month in Orlando at the spring show – I was unfortunately out of the country due to circumstances beyond my control (but which ...
    Posted to Steven Smith (Weblog) by ssmith on April 24, 2007
  • Display Current Bin Folder Content Information

    As part of my automated build and test process, I wanted to be able to confirm that my third party components were the proper version and, more importantly, that they were fully licensed.  For some components, I can create a new instance of the control or component and test its IsLicensed property.  For others, the assembly itself is ...
    Posted to Steven Smith (Weblog) by ssmith on April 10, 2007
  • Plasma v1.0 Release Available

    Plasma is an ASP.NET in-memory web server emulator that can be used for ASP.NET unit testing or automation.  Its initial codebase was written by Microsoft and its current incarnation is a community project licensed under the Microsoft Permissive License.  I’ve been working on the project with several others and have just put the ...
    Posted to Steven Smith (Weblog) by ssmith on March 1, 2007
  • DevConnections Fall 2006 Summary

    Got back home last night from DevConnections in Las Vegas.  It was a very good show this year in terms of content, products being launched, and numbers of attendees and exhibitors.  I think I had more people in my sessions than usual, too, and they all went well (i.e. the demos worked, nobody threw tomatoes at me). The keynote on Monday ...
    Posted to Steven Smith (Weblog) by ssmith on November 10, 2006