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ASP.NET MVC and jQuery Part 2 – Suggesting Content

, 27 Apr 2010 CPOL
This is the second post in a series about jQuery and ASP.NET MVC 2 in Visual Studio 2010. Two perpetually frustrating tasks I have dealt with are scratching out a UI to collect data and having to work with that data client-side. Thankfully, a marriage of jQuery and ASP.NET MVC make this much more

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TheyCallMeMrJames
Software Developer (Senior)
Canada Canada
For almost 30 years I have been working with computers, learning a myriad of languages and participating in various computing environments.
 
Though I have been mentoring other developers for the last decade, I have recently found a strong interest in writing and am learning to translate the fun of in-person teaching to something I can get into article form.
 
I enjoy following technology trends, new gadgets and trying to guess where innovation will lead us next (I'm kinda holding out for a robot-served utopia, but willing to submit to our future robot leaders).
 
I am a guy who is passionate about my faith, my family and a cure for Juvenile Diabetes (my son lives with this disease).

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