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ASP.NET MVC and jQuery Part 1 – Getting Started

, 4 May 2010 CPOL
This is the first post in a series about jQuery and ASP.NET MVC 2 in Visual Studio 2010. If you’ve had web development experience with ASP.NET and JavaScript it is highly likely that you’ve heard of or are maybe even interested in the new partnership of these two technologies. Getting started isn’



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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.
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