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Delegates and Events series


For a very long time, I have been what JP Boodhoo describes as being a “consumer developer” i.e. I’ve been using frameworks e.g. ASP.NET MVC, Castle Windsor, etc and generally programming at a “high level of abstraction”. Whatever the reasons

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Implement a Ken Burns Slideshow in Umbraco using jQuery and XSLT


Update: Read the following post by all means as it contains useful information but there’s a bug in the randomEffect function and this post provides the correct code. While talking to a former colleague and extolling the virtues of Umbraco,

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