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New Pluralsight Course: Building ASP.NET MVC Apps with EF Code First, HTML5, and jQuery by dwahlin

I just finished up a new Pluralsight course titled Building ASP.NET MVC Apps with EF Code First, HTML5, and jQuery that I’m really excited about. As the title implies, the course provides an end to end look at an application built using ASP.NET MVC, Entity...

HTML5, JavaScript, and Windows 8 Metro Talk Slides from DevConnections Las Vegas by dwahlin

  I had a great time at DevConnections Las Vegas this year and really enjoyed hanging out with existing friends as well as making some new friends. Thanks to everyone who attended my workshop and sessions. The slides from the different sessions are...

Silverlight and HTML5 Sessions Coming to DevConnections, Vegas by dwahlin

It’s challenging to keep up with all of the new technologies coming out so I’m really looking forward to the upcoming DevConnections conference in Las Vegas (Oct. 31 – Nov 3). It’s fun to go to a conference where I can jump into an ASP.NET MVC or jQuery...

Building the Account at a Glance HTML5/jQuery Application by dwahlin

A Pluralsight course is available that covers this content: As Web technologies continue to evolve developers are required to learn new technologies in order to build successful web-based applications that stand above the crowd. This can be a challenging...

Creating a Line Chart using the HTML 5 Canvas by dwahlin

Interested in learning more about the HTML5 canvas? Check out my Pluralsight course: The HTML 5 canvas is capable of rendering lines, shapes, images, text and more without relying on a plugin. Although the canvas element isn’t supported by older browsers...
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Getting the IE9 Beta to Play Well with Visual Studio 2010 by dwahlin

I’ve been playing with IE9 quite a bit lately and really like what I’m seeing in the browser. It’s fast, standards compliant (from what I’ve seen so far anyway), sleek and leaves a lot of room to display web content. However, I’ve been running into problems...
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