Is There A Need For End-To-End ExtJS to Microsoft Server (MVC-C#, LOB) 4 Day Class? (Poll Enclosed)

Over the past couple years, the focus of the web development I’ve been doing involves building highly flexible, highly scalable and straight forward web sites to implement and maintain Line of Business (LOB) applications.  As you can probably tell from my posts, I’m very “practical” focused, and at the same time have a desire to build awesome web applications. The technology pairing I’ve chosen is Microsoft’s .Net platform with MVC on the server, and ExtJS on the client.  Though it’s possible to still use ExtJS with standard html/aspx pages, I’ve found the best combination is to use 100% JavaScript on the client (ExtJS) and have all the server side technology be 100% service based.  I’ve used LINQ2SQL extensively as well as … Continue Reading

A Great Telerik Training Coming Up in Capitola, CA 4/13-4/15

Falafel Software is putting a three day training course in their new training facility in Capitola from Monday to Wednesday April 13-15th.  As many of you know, I've used Telerik control in many projects and have blogged extensively about my experiences.  The control toolkit is hugely rich and very well written.  Personally, I never had the chance to do a training class and managed to learn the toolkit on my own.  This seems like an awesome opportunity to learn from one of Telerik's best partners.  I hope you can make it! For more information, check out the link here: http://www.falafel.com/telerik/radcontrols_winforms_openclasses.aspx … Continue Reading

A Great 2 Day Silverlight Training Event with Michael Scherotter (AKA the Synergist)

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Last month, Michael Scherotter, a Microsoft Developer Evangelist and Silverlight expert did a great 2 day even in San Francisco on Silverlight.  His aim was to focus on designer, but as a developer, I like to see how the other half thinks.  Seemed like about 30 people were there and I'd say everyone got good stuff from it.  I had never met Michael before but have been a regular reader of his blog.  One of the things I really liked was that Mike seemed to have a great handle from both the dev side (like me) and the designer side.    His focus was around Expression Blend 2.5 Turns out he is an real architect (builds buildings not code) by training and from what I know, that brings a discipline into design … Continue Reading

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