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I'm a .NET developer that focuses on web technologies and UI.

I love working with JavaScript and I believe that this language will play a major role in future software development.

My weapons of choice are:

  • ASP.NET MVC (+ Web API)
  • jQuery / AngularJS
  • Umbraco CMS
  • Xamarin (iOS Development)

I also have a strong interest in:

  • UX design / Usability
  • Rock Climbing

I'm not afraid of css and I think twitter is overrated :-)

Specialties: Front-end, JavaScript, .NET


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comment Mixing Angular and ASP.NET MVC/Web api?
QueueHammer you must be real fun at parties. :-)
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Nov
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revised How can I convince cowboy programmers to use source control?
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Nov
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comment If you develop on multiple operating systems, is it better to have multiple computers + displays?
@dan's first comment: Yes, you will lose some raw power. But a fast PC at 80% performance is still faster than last year's fast PC. I understand your way of thinking, but with the current hardware, the small loss of computing power wont be missed unless you do any 3D rendering work or so. You should research the performance loss of the different virtualization apps.
Nov
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comment If you develop on multiple operating systems, is it better to have multiple computers + displays?
@stijn: OP doesn't want a setup like that, he wants a dedicated seperate monitor/keyboard/mouse for every machine. I agree that your setup seems like a good compromise between power and easy of use. You should post it as an answer.
Nov
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answered If you develop on multiple operating systems, is it better to have multiple computers + displays?
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accepted Why would you create a deployment script in PowerShell when you have TFS?
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asked Why would you create a deployment script in PowerShell when you have TFS?
Nov
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comment How do I develop in more languages with less IDEs
I don't have experience with Scala/Haskell. Again, I would google for stuff like "best scala ide" and see which one would fit your requirements best. PS: You can skip WebStorm and develop JS/CSS with visual studio. It's a decent IDE for web development and with the Resharper add-in you get auto-complete in JS and Css. (there are also free plug-ins available for this.)
Nov
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comment How do I develop in more languages with less IDEs
try doing all that development in notepad and then let us know how that brain of yours is doing :-)
Nov
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answered How do I develop in more languages with less IDEs
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comment Creating a webservice API - how much “credit” should I give the client/developer
does the ID need to be unique at your side or at his side? If its at your side, you should include a GetUniqueId function in your API.