Polymorphic Podcast

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Object oriented development, architecture and best practices in .NET

Building attractive, well laid-out, responsive and useful websites can be hard enough, but sometimes just setting the foundations of basic interactivity can take longer than you’d like. Ladies and gentlemen, Twitter Bootstrap to the rescue!

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David Starr is the Curriculum lead on Developer Tools and Practices with Pluralsight specializing in agile software development practices. His enthusiasm and passion for raising the bar in software development makes him perfect to join the show to discus
Javier Lozano joins the show to discuss his project MVC Turbine. MVC Turbine is a plugin for ASP.NET MVC that facilitates composition and provides a pipeline for inversion of control for your applications.
Author, Microsoft MVP and accomplished pianist Josh Smith, Sr. UX Developer at IdentityMine, joins the show to discuss some of Model View ViewModel’s more advanced scenarios.
In this episode of the Polymorphic Podcast Eric Hexter and Jeffrey Palermo join Craig Shoemaker to discuss Portable Areas. The Portable Areas contribution to MVC Contrib are an option for building single component or multi-page components for ASP.NET web
In this episode of the Polymorphic Podcast we talk with Gareth Down of nBuilder. Writing demo applications, prototypes and tests just got a whole lot easier using the fluent interface of nBuilder to quickly generate test objects in .NET.
Stephen Walther, Microsoft Product Manager for ASP.NET AJAX, joins the show to discuss the recent advancements in the AJAX toolset found in Preview 6.
Today’s show features Microsoft MVP and Identity Mine integrator Laurent Bugnion. Laurent discusses his experience with working in XAML applications that use MVVM and working with developers and designers to create beautiful applications.
Prolific ASP.NET, jQuery and ASP.NET AJAX blogger Dave Ward shares some expert jQuery tips.
Jimmy Bogard, lead developer for the AutoMapper project, joins us today to discuss the inner workings and applications of the object-to-object mapper AutoMapper.
Join Jeffrey Palermo and Eric Hexter as they discuss the release version of ASP.NET MVC and some practical examples real-world development.
Michael L. Perry explains why his Update Controls framework may render INotifyPropertyChanged obsolete.
Our special guest this week is Jean Paul Boodhoo who is a developer, trainer, and author specializing in .NET and Agile development. When I first heard about JP’s summer where he worked while traveling around the world after giving away the contents of h
Learn 5 techniques that ever ASP.NET developer must know to tame HTML markup.
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Michael Neel joins the show to dispel SEO myths, uncover why some ASP.NET sites are invisible to search engines and share the 'secret sauce' for potent placement within the search engines.
Steve Smith, owner of ASP Alliance and Lake Quincy Media joins us today to teach us about some hidden gems in ASP.NET caching and performance. Steve’s expertise in this area comes from first-hand experience as Lake Quincy’s ad system serves over 60 reque
Craig Newmark founder of craigslist.com joins us today to share about life before craigslist, technical details of the site and his principals for success.
Jess Chadwick describes how to integrate the ASP.NET AJAX framework with ASP.NET MVC. With a few tricks up his sleeve, Jess makes it easier than it seems.
Steve Schofield is an IIS expert working for webhost ORCS Web. Steve and his team are responsible for such sites as Channel9, ASP.NET, weblogs.asp.net and ASP Alliance. As a member ASP Insiders and a IIS MVP - Steve knows his way around a web server. Ste