@robdmoore

Blog about software engineering, web development, agile/lean/Continuous Delivery, C#, ASP.NET and Microsoft Azure.

Robert is a Principal Consultant and Technical Specialist (Microsoft Azure) for Readify. He is an Open Source Software contributor via his personal GitHub as well as TestStack and MRCollective.

He lives in Perth, Australia and has a BEng (Hons 1) (CompSysEng) and BSc (CompSc). You can find him on Twitter and GitHub as @robdmoore.

Robert is interested in agile methodologies, lean, continuous delivery, software engineering, web development, aircraft and floorball.

All source code on this blog and Robert’s Gists are Public Domain unless otherwise stated.

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iPad: Seven weeks on

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So I’ve had the privilege of having an iPad for almost a couple of months now and I’ve spent a fair bit of time experimenting with a few different apps and thinking of ideas for uses of this interesting UI. I’ve also had numerous discussions with various friends and colleagues about some potential use cases for the iPad.

With that in mind I wanted to summarise my initial thoughts and ideas; nothing too prolific, but maybe over time I can refine my thoughts. I should also note I haven’t done a lot of research into innovative ways the iPad is currently being used apart from what I have observed within apps that I have used. If anyone has any good links to content then feel free to post them in the comments; in particular I am interested in any research being undertaken at Universities.

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Unobtrusive AJAX with ASP.NET MVC

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So you’ve created this application using ASP.NET MVC and you want to create a JavaScript interface of some/all the functionality using AJAX. How do you do it without rewriting any code?

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Previous Posts

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Previous to starting this blog I was posting on a blog I started with my job at Curtin University. As you will see if you look at the blog, I got VERYbusy towards the middle / end of 2010 so there is a big gap in blog posts after I started.

The following posts were my favourite:

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HTML Forms

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As any web developer will likely tell you, the most tedious, time-consuming and annoying job a web developer can be tasked with is the creation of a form. There are a number of reasons for this, including:

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