Shawn Wildermuth

My Rants and Raves about technology, programming, everything else...

Modern Web Development - Part 4

This is the fourth of ten parts of this blog post. The topics will be:


Top 10 Mango Features Article

My new article in DevProConnections Magazine is now live. If you want to see the top ten features of Windows Phone 7.5 (according to me), go see the article now!

If you have any comments, let me know!

Modern Web Development - Part 3

This is the third of ten parts of this blog post. The topics will be:

What’s Wrong with CSS?

The Web Workshop: Client-Side Dev Training

I am excited to announce that I’ve refactored (and renamed) my web-centric training course. The old “ASP.NET MVC/HTML/CSS Workshop” was just too long. It’s now called “The Web Workshop”.

Modern Web Development - Part 2

SpaghettiThis is the second of ten parts. The topics will be:

Working with JavaScript can be daunting. In the past, I’ve seen some projects with just a handful of huge files that become difficult to manage. So in architecting what I needed to build, I wanted to adhere to the idea that there was common code and there was view-specific code. There are two different classes of JavaScript that I care about: libraries (i.e. not my code) and site code (i.e. my code).

Modern Web Development - Part 1

This is the first of ten parts of this blog post. The topics will be:

In the past year I’ve had a side project. FirstInked’s Beta recently shipped and I wanted to share with you what I’ve learned. To start out, I want to specifically thank two people who were really great in helping me formulate the strategies I’ll talk about. They are:

New Cities and New Courses

My company, AgiliTrain, has created its spring schedule and we are happy to announce that we’re going to be expanding with new courses and new cities. Let’s take the courses first.

The Case of the ModelBinding Failure

I wasted an evening last night on a simple bug of mine. I was writing a simple HTML data entry page. I was using JSON + $.ajax to POST data to a ASP.NET MVC controller and it used to work. But for the life of me I couldn’t figure out what was wrong. Let’s start with some background.

Essential Windows Phone 7.5 Ships

A long labor of love of mine has finally been birthed. My Essential Windows Phone 7.5 book is now available for Kindle. You can also pre-order the physical book from Amazon or directly from Pearson. While I’ve been assured that the book is printed, sometimes it can take some time to make it into the retail chain for different outlets. To clear up some of this confusion I thought it would be helpful to tell you how you can get the book depending on which retailer you go with:

What I've Been Doing...


It’s been a long nine-months and I am excited to be able to talk about what I’ve been working on for the first time. I am working with a small team of people to build a new set of products. But unlike what I’ve been doing in the past, this new set of products is not for developers...

Shawn Wildermuth
Author, Teacher, and Coach

My Courses

Wilder Minds Training
Vue.js by Example (New Lower Price)
Bootstrap 4 by Example (New Lower Price)
Intro to Font Awesome 5 (Free Course)
Building an API with ASP.NET Core (New Course)
Building a Web App with ASP.NET Core, MVC6, EF Core, Bootstrap and Angular (updated for 2.2)
Less: Getting Started (New)
Using Visual Studio Code for ASP.NET Core Projects
Implementing ASP.NET Web API

My Appearances

No Appearances in 2019
I'm taking a year off of conferences to finish my film, see you in 2020!

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