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“Don’t worry about people stealing your ideas. If your ideas are any good, you’ll have to ram them down people’s throats.” – Howard H. Aiken Look around today. There is so much that you can do on Windows with respect to automation that just wasn’t possible a few short years ago. It’s hard to see what has changed because our memories are sometimes so short about how it used to be, so let’s go back about 4 years ago to 2010. PowerShell was still young, there was no Chocolatey, and things like...

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Categories: tools, .net, events, news, nuget, chocolatey

Recently I talked to Herding Code about the kickstarter, package moderation, OneGet, and where we are going with Chocolatey. Listen now - http://herdingcode.com/herding-code-199-rob-reynolds-on-the-chocolatey-kickstarter-chocolatey-growth-and-oneget/

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Categories: news, chocolatey

I’m really excited to tell you about The Chocolatey Experience! We are taking Chocolatey to the next level and ensuring the longevity of the platform. But we can’t get there without your help! Please help me support Chocolatey and all of the improvements we need to make!   https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ferventcoder/chocolatey-the-alternative-windows-store-like-yum

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Categories: news, chocolatey

Durandal 2.0.1 is a patch release containing a number of bug fixes and improvements applied after the release of 2.0.0. There are no breaking API changes in this release and no new features; only fixes. You can find the full list of changes and their related issues in the Changes.txt file found here. With this release we've updated the following assets: all Nuget packages, the Bower package, the VSIX, the Mimosa Skeleton, the HTML and Raw zip downloads and the TypeScript definition...

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Categories: databinding, featured, ria, mvvm, ui architecture, javascript, typescript, durandal

10/21/2013
With so many SPA-style frameworks emerging in the last couple years, you may wonder what makes Durandal unique or different. Why would you want to choose it for your next project?  I’d like to share a few key points to that end… A Natural Alliance Rather than re-invent the wheel, Durandal starts by combining and building on top of three existing libraries. Each of these libraries is very mature, has a large, active community and was strategically chosen because it meets one specific need very...

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Categories: databinding, animation, featured, ria, mvvm, ui architecture, mvp, javascript, typescript, durandal

This is a multi-part excerpt series from my PluralSight course Knockout for the XAML Developer  Knockout for the XAML Developer The Knockout for the XAML developer course helps XAML developers, whether you’re a WPF or Silverlight developer, take their existing MVVM skills and transition them to the exciting world of HTML development. This series is going to be broken down into 6 parts and should be enough show you show you can...

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Categories: xaml, javascript, typescript, knockout.js

This is a multi-part excerpt series from my PluralSight course Knockout for the XAML Developer  Knockout for the XAML Developer The Knockout for the XAML developer course helps XAML developers, whether you’re a WPF or Silverlight developer, take their existing MVVM skills and transition them to the exciting world of HTML development. This series is going to be broken down into 6 parts and should be enough show you show you can...

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Categories: xaml, javascript, typescript, knockout.js

Sometimes I am contacted by consultants or businesses regarding Durandal as it compares to other frameworks. And sometimes the questions that are asked take the form of “So and so says Durandal isn’t as good as Framework X because of Y. Is this true?” Frequently the people making the original statements aren’t basing them on correct information. Other times, they ignore the imperfections in their “framework of choice.” Below is a list I was asked to address recently for a customer who was very...

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Categories: databinding, featured, ria, mvvm, ui architecture, javascript, typescript, durandal

This post is a few days late but on October 1st I was honored to be awarded the MVP in C# for the 6th year in a row.  I am always honored to be renewed with this because of the company it keeps. Sadly I will have to miss my first MVP summit later next month, although in fairness this is the 2nd one of 2013. Thanks again Microsoft for the recognition. Till next time,   P.S. – Check out any one of my 3 Pluralsight courses InDepth Knockout Validation - Online Training Course for...

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Categories: personal

This year I was giving the honor of speaking at DevReach 2013 and I had a blast.  Telerik really puts on a world class event and treats their speakers and attendees to an amazing event. If you attended my sessions or just want to take a look at the content you can download each session below. Knockout 4 the Xaml Developer - http://bit.ly/DevReachKnockout Web Api - http://bit.ly/DevReachWebApi TypeScript - http://bit.ly/DevReachTypescript   Thanks again for Telerik for allowing me to come out...

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Categories: conference, webapi, typescript, knockout.js








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