Automating IIS actions with PowerShell – Create Multiple Sites

I’m working towards a more complex SignalR based post, but in the mean time part of the work on that involves setting up a few ASP.NET web apps. If you’re after a more comprehensive guide check out this post on learn.iis.net by Thomas Deml. I’ve summarised the steps required to get some basic .NET 4Continue reading “Automating IIS actions with PowerShell – Create Multiple Sites”

Migrating a Legacy Web Forms Application to Web Forms MVP

Since I put “Legacy” in the post title to begin with, I would like to share some quotes from the often quoted Michael Feathers author of Working Effectively with Legacy Code. If you haven’t read it, you should – it comes highly recommended by many developers including Scott Hanselman on this Hanselminutes episode. But fullContinue reading “Migrating a Legacy Web Forms Application to Web Forms MVP”

Victoria.NET January 2010 Session

I just got home from a slightly longer than usual Melbourne Vic.NET session, it was a very intense night, so intense I’ve got a second post lined up just to cover the second presentation. But first there were a few announcements: David Burela reminded us of the April Cloud Camp. Mahesh reminded us of theContinue reading “Victoria.NET January 2010 Session”

ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Out and Free (as in Free Speech)

So if you feel the need go nuts; using it, customising and contributing – http://www.codeplex.com/aspnet. For detailed information go right to the source: Scott Guthrie’s Blog post along with Scott Hanselman’s Blog Post that has some additional information. More Links: Direct link to ASP.NET MVC v1.0 Source The free ebook tutorial (chapter 1 of theContinue reading “ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Out and Free (as in Free Speech)”