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Friday Links #144

Programming Jasmine: BDD for your JavaScript Time Period Library for .NET – CodeProject Jeffrey Richter’s Blog : Weak Event Handlers John Resig - JavaScript Trie Performance Analysis InfoQ: MVC Features Rumored to be Coming to...

Friday Links #143

Programming Web Farm Framework 2.0 for IIS - Cesar de la Torre C#/.NET Little Wonders: ConcurrentBag and BlockingCollection yepnope.js | A Conditional Loader For Your Polyfills! Adobe Releases Flash to HTML 5 Converter “Wallaby” -...

Friday Links #142

Programming Dennis Doomen.NET: Another release for Fluent Assertions IISExpress download (IIS Express 7.5) : Jeffrey Palermo MobileNationHQ | Create mobile applications with ease SharpCrafters Blog | 5 Ways That Postsharp Can SOLIDify Your Code: Logging...

Tweetz 3.1–Release Candidate 1

Barring no bad bugs, this should be the release code for 3.1. I had to make some changes to internal format that will break some of the language translations in the tweet time section. Please...

Friday Links #141

Programming Eloquent JavaScript – interactive tutorial jQuery Masonry · David DeSandro jQuery: » jQuery 1.5.1 Released CSS3 Progress Bars | CSS-Tricks Badass JavaScript - Cappuccino 0.9 is out and it’s awesome! Website wireframes: Mockingbird jQuery...

Friday Links #140

Programming A simple fast configuration-less rolling file appender - .NET Development JetBrains .NET Tools Blog » Blog Archive » CSS Support in ReSharper 6 Closure Versus Prototypal Pattern Deathmatch - A Minute With Brendan Amplify...

Friday Links #139

Programming New JavaScript library for OData and beyond - WCF Data Services Team Blog http://ajax.aspnetcdn.com/ajax/jQuery/jquery-1.5-vsdoc.js Badass JavaScript - LimeJS: A New HTML5 Game Engine Mindscape Blog » Blog Archive » Free Silverlight controls – yes,...

Flex Jam with Adobe Evangelist James Ward

There’s still time to register for the Flex Jam with Adobe Evangelist James Ward. I’m going and it’s going to be a great learning opportunity. You’ll be a better developer whether your focus is Adobe...

Set the Expires header on static content to increase web site performance

Yahoo and Google recommend setting the Expires header of a web site’s static content (i.e. images) to some distant future date. This makes those components cacheable. It also avoids unnecessary HTTP requests on subsequent page...

Friday Links #138

Programming AngularJS – Anyone using this? Looks interesting Thingiview.js – JavaScript 3D Model Viewer, Client Side Ajax Examples Proxy Tutorial – JavaScript Dynamic Proxies, new in ECMAScript Harmony [Equal Height Blocks in Rows | CSS-Tricks](http://css-tricks.com/equal-height-blocks-in-rows/)...
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