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I'm an analyst web developer and development consultant on Microsoft technologies. My main focus is in Asp.net MVC, CSS3, HTML5, Javascript, jQuery, C#, and T-SQL. I'm a contractor by nature working around EU.


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revised How to maintain different, customized versions of the same software for multiple clients
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Mar
31
comment How to maintain different, customized versions of the same software for multiple clients
Ok let me edit my answer. I was referring to the accepted term feature branching here while it should practically be renamed for the sake of this answer.
Mar
24
comment Two HTML elements with same id attribute: How bad is it really?
I don't think it would because it would still be valid XML. And to my knowledge there's no XSD that could define values across several non-related elements. So if it can't be defined in XSD, it won't break XHTML. But that's just my thinking...
Feb
19
answered With only backend development experience, how do I go into frontend development (js, html, css)?
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Dec
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comment How to maintain different, customized versions of the same software for multiple clients
@PavelShved: Maybe I didn't name them correctly. I should likely just use term branching or client branching. The main idea is to keep a master brach where features are being committed and these are then committed to client branches as required.
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comment Two HTML elements with same id attribute: How bad is it really?
@JoachimSauer: When you use data attributes you can have key-value pairs which is not true when you use CSS classes. In that case they're all like boolean properties. An element either has a CSS class or not. If you'd want values with CSS classes then you'd have to somehow combine them into CSS class name and parse that afterwards. I hope you can now see benefits of using data attributes. And they're also supported directly out of the box by jQuery when you simply refer to data-something="123" attribute with $(elem).data("something").
Aug
22
revised How to visually document interactive user interfaces for fast consumption
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Aug
22
comment How to visually document interactive user interfaces for fast consumption
@ThorbjørnRavnAndersen: That's a good idea but... Videos of what? Me explaining the whole interface? Anyway... It has to be printable.
Aug
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asked How to visually document interactive user interfaces for fast consumption
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Jan
20
accepted Where to host open source mini-projects like jQuery plugins
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