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Parsing CSS for analysis

, 31 Oct 2011 CPOL
This time we’ll look into parsing CSS so we can use the result for analysis. The story As we are starting a new project using ASP.NET MVC3 one of the things I was thinking about was how to better manage our CSS and JavaScript.

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mrjvdveen
Software Developer (Senior) CTB Personele Systemen
Netherlands Netherlands
Since early 2001 I've been working full time as a software developer and since 2004 I've been working mostly with Microsoft technology.
I started out as a product developer, but after a few years I switched to a project company where my roles ranged from developer up to consultant and from team lead and coach to manager.
Eventually I switched jobs and focused on the consultant part but now I'm back where I started out and I'm building a product once again.

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