- Bill Burlein
- Bryan Williams
- Celina Buczkowska
- Daniel Ryerson
- David Ensinger
- Fred Faulkner
- Jeff Brown
- Jennifer Daugherty
- John Kraus
- Josh Durbin
- Justin Pittman
- KC Dunstan
- Mark Daugherty
- Matt Van Bergen
- Matthew Young
- Melissa Geoffrion
- Michael Kang
- Michael Paull
- Michael Chan
- Michael Hodgdon
- Molly McDaniel
- Nadia Maciulis
- Pat McLoughlin
- Paul Michelotti
- Puru Hemnani
- Robb Winkle
- Rohit Srinath
- Tom Kelly
December 4, 2011 3:03 PM
Although it has been quite some time since I have worked with Umbraco, it always has a place in my heart, primarily because it’s Microsoft Technologies based, and, since it’s open source, it has unlimited potential.
December 4, 2011 1:06 AM
In Part I of this blog, we saw how to get started with jQuery Validations; here, let’s focus on adding custom methods, rules, messages, other type of validations. 1. class=”cancel” and just by adding this class the jQuery validations will not be triggered.
December 4, 2011 12:57 AM
Most of the time, I have used jQuery for its good user interface and great user experience, be it dialog box, accordion, carousel, auto complete, date picker, Ajax updates, or shadow box. I am so fascinated by it, in fact, that I want to use jQuery more and more in the applications I work with.
May 13, 2010 8:43 PM
OK, we agreed, we should track information about the visitors using Google Analytics, but how to view that information and what Reports Google provides to analyze it. There are multiple reports and you can customize it too…
May 12, 2010 7:52 PM
We are always curious to know how popular our website is. How many page hits, from which part of the world? On which particular page users spent more time? Which button was clicked most? Did people ever add any items into the shopping cart? How long a user spent time on the website? Did the new marketing campaign kick off? Which month of the year there is tons of web activity? If these are the questions that boggle your mind, welcome to Web Analytics.
November 14, 2009 4:07 PM
We .Net guys @ CITYTECH are always occupied with our work that we hardly get time to meet all together at a time. So when we are talking to each other we came up with an idea to do the lunch together. And what’s the benefit of lunch without some take away, so we decided one of us will talk about a topic very informally and we can discuss things around it and of course discuss on what’s going on with each other. WOW what an idea, LUNCH and LEARN.
October 22, 2009 10:44 PM
Good News is after a long wait; finally Windows 7 is on the shelf today. Need to see how it’s going to impact software industry at large and how it will spur IT spending by companies. Windows 7 has most compelling features, Performance improvements, Windows Media Center, faster search, draws less power, and has Windows Touch and ReadyBoost. Windows 7 is less memory hungry than Windows Vista. It has many Safety and Security features like BitLocker, Parental Controls, and like Vista comes with User Account Control, Windows Defender and Firewall, with improved features. Even old timers like Calculator, Paint and Wordpad have been given new touch.
October 20, 2009 2:39 AM
When we work on a new project, should I say “unknown territory?” We start thinking of many things, do we know the technology? Are the requirements clear? Is it going to change? Are we capable of doing?, Is it untested technology for which we have to do some POC? Do we have resources? Do we have adequate experience about the hardware, is software available? In Software Engineering words it’s a RISK.
October 13, 2009 2:29 AM
Visual Studio Team System embraces the entire software development team, architects, programmers and testers. Test is available with Microsoft Visual Studio Team System 2008 Test Edition. It provides a comprehensive suite of testing tools for Web applications and services that are integrated into the Visual Studio environment. These testing tools enable testers to author, execute and manage tests and related work items—all from within Visual Studio.
October 7, 2009 2:48 AM
Database Tuning has always been the DBA’s task. But with the SQL Server 2005 Database Engine Tuning Advisor, any one can work towards increasing the database performance and tuning it. SQL Server 2005 – Database Engine Tuning Advisor replaces the SQL Server 2000 – Index Tuning Wizard, which was definitely not bad, but the new version comes with many new features and improvements.
Rohit is a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD.Net) with more than 10 years of experience. He has expertise in...
- The Top 3 Reasons to Attend CIRCUIT, Our AEM Developer Conference
- AEM 6.x mongo-backed clustered author setup
- 3 Cloud Paradigm Shifts
- Groovy Component Composition With Traits
- Adobe Summit - I Remember When Geometrixx was just a Shapes Company
- New Features for the venerable AEM Groovy Console
- Resolution Independence with SVG in Adobe AEM (formerly CQ)
- Five Good Reasons to Use Grunt for Front End CQ Development
- Creating a Custom Content Importer for AEM/CQ5
- CT Tag Manager: A Generic Tag Management System for CQ