Survey: Ajax usage among .NET developers
If you haven’t already and you are a .NET developer, please take a couple minutes and answer this survey, whether you use Ajax or not. There are a number of Ajax surveys around, but Simone’s is the only one that focuses on .NET developers.
Twitter contest: what can you code in 130 characters?
I just posted the following snippet on Twitter. The exercise is to write meaningful and preferably cool code that fits in a Twitter message along with the #twitcode keyword, which leaves 130 characters.
setInterval is (moderately) evil
New release of the Ajax Control Toolkit
A new version of the AJAX Control Toolkit is now available for download from the CodePlex website. It contains three new controls:
Creating jQuery plug-ins from MicrosoftAjax components
We had an interesting discussion recently on the ASP Insiders mailing list and ended up talking about what cool stuff we could build on top of jQuery. Many interesting things were mentioned and it was a very useful discussion but one suggestion in particular struck my curiosity as it was something I had investigated before and that could be improved on with very little code.
Five gems of XBLA
What are your favorite XBLA games?