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Posted 15 Oct 2013

Strategist: Detecting Windows Store App Configuration Mode (Debug vs. Release) in JavaScript

, 15 Oct 2013
Detecting Windows Store app configuration mode.
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Caleb McElrath
Software Developer Magenic Technologies Inc
United States United States
Developer for Magenic Technologies Inc.

Caleb began his trek at the age of 16 starting with Turbo Pascal (wanting to expand his horizons from the basics of HTML). Realizing this was not nearly a modern industry standard programming language, he moved on to Visual C++. There he was met with many object-oriented and data structure problems and solutions. His horizons took on the world from there where he explored everything from Ruby, Python, PHP, Flash, to .NET, Java, and jQuery.

In Web technologies is where Caleb finds most of his time spent. His days and long nights are filled with NPM and the .NET Framework.

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