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I'm currently a Solutions Architect at Sitecore implementing POCs and promoting MVC development through standard practices. For more information on my experiences and using MVC within Sitecore, check out my blog (where I cover a lot of caveats regarding common MVC practices and Sitecore development). Also, to learn more about Sitecore, check out our example website: LaunchSitecore

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revised Host an MVC 3 with Razor syntax app on old server
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comment Host an MVC 3 with Razor syntax app on old server
It is that simple, just make sure to run aspnet_regiis -ir in the `%Windows%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.xxx` directory to apply the framework to IIS.
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answered Does following Agile methodology contradict programmers should have quiet working conditions (one of the Joel test)?
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comment Does following Agile methodology contradict programmers should have quiet working conditions (one of the Joel test)?
agile & working conditions aren't synonymous (at least in my experience). You can roll out minor/frequent changes and still do so from the comforts of a cozy office.
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comment How to deal with code reuse philosophy?
@Caleb: Agreed. Never said it was elegant just that deadlines are deadlines. During a refactor I will recognize multiple projects using the same code and go through and break them out in to their own libraries. But when I need to get it out the door, copy-paste works. It also gives me flexibility to make modifications for that one project and I keep those changes in mind when I break the library out and want to make it both solid and flexible.
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answered How to deal with code reuse philosophy?
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revised How long does one have to wait to consider design change in code?
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answered How long does one have to wait to consider design change in code?
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comment What are some best practices for report writing?
Without having any context to the kinds of reports your business/environment needs, it's too localized; without knowing what specific details about reports you're looking to make more clear, it's too broad. Care to be more detailed with regards to what you're envisioning the outline to entail?
Jan
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comment Showing real time data using WCF call (silverlight)
You could also use two-way WCF binding and let the server push updates to the client. Depending what constitutes as an update (and if the server itself would be aware) it may be better suited since you'll only get updates when they're necessary.
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comment Why is $ in identifier names for so many languages?
Interesting post on SO regarding the same question: Why do Perl variables need to start with $, %, @ (sigils)
Nov
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comment Why is $ in identifier names for so many languages?
+1 just for a new vocab term.
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comment What is the accepted style for using the `this` keyword in Java?
Though I agree, when coming across other developers' code (and while being unfamiliar at first glance) I find this. a lot more helpful. This is also probably because I don't have an IDE that color-codes local/object variables differently.