Oh!! my mistake. I didn't notice that.
Get an Asp.Net MVC book and read abt its architecture and patterns. At your experience, i think, you can finish it as a story in few hours.
I think, this should be sufficient for you to start with.
Moreover, asp.net/mvc website is also a good place to start.
Life is a computer program and everyone is the programmer of his own life.
I am pleased to see that you have 30 years of experience and you want to learn MVC.
I was starting MVC before 8 months ago and it was wonderful experience to learn .
My learning path was
1) I started with some small samples on http://www.asp.net/mvc[^] on almost all topics.
4) AJAX ($.Ajax)widly used (http://api.jquery.com/jquery.ajax/[^])
6) Entity Framework
One thing that has not been mentioned much here is that when you are working with WebAPI(2), you also need to keep in mind the consumption of your services.
When considering the modern SPA or service-to-service approach, I find it helps to tack it to an n-tier model for the purposes of figuring out what my needs at any given point in the stack are. The WebAPI can serve 2 purposes, data layer only or data mixed with business. The consumer can be considered in the same way, if it's an SPA then the consumer is either UI only or UI-business.
I built a web site for a company. A few months ago, the company owners split, and one of them started up a new company (new domain and everything), and I used the site code from the original web site, but changed some logos, and changed (what I thought was) all instances of the old name to the new name. We left the original site up with a redirect to the new site.
Now, when we search google for the company new name, it still finds the old site.
The old company name is "South Texas Performance".
The new company name is "Two Ten Performance".
When I google "two ten performance", it finds "south texas performance".
Can someone please tell me how to fix this?
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Google will report it's findings based on the data it holds from the last time it crawled your web site. Google (or indeed any search engine) doesn't work in real time but based upon data it holds from crawling web sites. As web sites get updated and change, so the information that Google holds will likewise get out of date, until the next time it crawls your site.
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