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Git Training

Wow, that was fun. I had the pleasure of training 174 people (42 in-person, 132 virtually) for an 8-hour session on Git....

Welcome to Node

It’s my pleasure to present “Welcome to Node” to the dotNet user group in Las Vegas on August 29, 2013....

Layout page and Blank Layout Page in ASP.NET MVC

Here’s the scenario: I want a “master” page for most pages on my ASP.NET MVC site, but I also have a few pages that don’t play along....

SQL in the City London

I had a wonderful time attending SQL in the City London. It’s really great to see the new versions of the tools and exchange new ideas with friends....

IIS Web Server Best Practices

Best practices I use when setting up IIS: – Each site should be a separate (sub-)domain....

Rebooting my blog

SubText has been my blog engine of choice since this blog began. It was a wonderful platform, but it hasn’t aged very well....

Git, GitHub, and GitFlow at PhxJUG

It was my pleasure to present the follow-up to Thinking in Git, “Git, GitHub, and GitFlow” at the Phoenix Java Users’ Group last night....

Backbone.JS presentation at Phoenix JavaScript Meetup

It’s my pleasure to present Backbone.JS at this evening’s Phoenix JavaScript Meetup. Backbone is a great library for achieving separation of concerns in client-side code....

Git on-premise hosting

All else being equal, you should use GitHub (http://www.github.com/) for Git hosting. GitHub is indeed a cloud-hosted git repository, but it’s so much more than that....

Comparing version control systems: SVN, HG, and GIT

It was my pleasure to talk about version control systems: svn (subversion), hg (mercurial), and git at the NWVDNUG....
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