Monthly Archives: February 2016


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A few weeks ago I had to privilege to present at the St Pete .NET Meetup in St. Petersburg Florida. The topic I chose is an important and interesting topic, at least in my mind. The presentation was well received, so I thought I might post an article here for […]

Intro to Dependency Injection


Ohh my! In the last post, I said we were going to look at ES2015. Unfortunately, the latest version of JavaScript is not fully supported by browsers yet. Even worse than that, ES2016 is just around the corner with even newer features that aren’t supported by browsers. So, what can […]

Day 2 – Node, Gulp, and ES2015


What is Asp.Net Core? Asp.Net Core is so new that Microsoft hasn’t even officially updated it’s name on the Asp.Net website. Formerly known as Asp.Net 5, Asp.Net Core (Core) is the next evolution of the .Net framework. It has been completely written from the ground up and all of the […]

Day 1 – A Look at Asp.Net Core



The web is an ever-extending collection of knowledge. Sure, there’s plenty of cat pictures and NSFW sites out there, but there are some incredible learning resources available, too. Below is a list of some of my favorites. Some are free to use, while others charge a small fee. All are worth […]

6 Outstanding Online Resources


A Thorough Example We are about to embark on a journey. I, along with your help, will endeavor to create a complete website example using the trends I listed in my last post. Clayton HuntClayton has been programming professionally since 2005 doing mostly web development with an emphasis on JavaScript […]

Getting a Tutorial Project Started