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Web Forms Checklist

In our Udacity course “Building High Conversion Web Forms” we talk a lot on how to think on the friction that forms create and what to do in order to smooth it. 379 more words

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Make Money On The Web (CodeMotion 2015)

Today I had the pleasure to present at  codemotion TLV. It was a great opportunity to meet so many good friends that are pushing the web forward. 110 more words

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Rendering Sublayouts in Sitecore MVC

I have recently been tasked to plan for a Sitecore MVC transition in one of our projects, and to be honest it’s a lot more work than I had imagined since our default ASPX layout file has a bunch of statically added Sitecore sublayouts in it which unfortunately will never run on a View file. 473 more words

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Password Forms That Browsers Love

There are two types of common forms that you see every day on (almost) every website: Sign-up and Sign-in. If you want to improve your users experience and allow them to fill these forms quickly and efficiently, this post is for you. 239 more words

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High Conversion Web Forms

Last week, my new course “Building High Conversion Web Forms” was launch on Udacity. I had the pleasure to work with Cameron Pittman… 391 more words

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Use No Captcha reCaptcha In ASP.Net Web Application Form Page With C#, JSON and JavaScript

Users are getting more and more tired of interpreting images with random numbers or letters that take 2-3 tries to get. Google has a new release of the reCaptcha to include a  “No Captcha” feature. 301 more words

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2010: The Deconstruction…

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The following piece is a sociological analysis of the state of professional software development today. As one who is not just a senior software engineer but a military historian\analyst as well, I have brought together the skills of both these areas of expertise to demonstrate to the technical community at large that what is happening to our profession has nothing to do with innovation or new opportunities in application development but instead is an ongoing process of terrible, deleterious, degradation that has professionals everywhere concentrating on abstract concepts, useless paradigms, and redundantly, new tool introductions without any analysis as to the benefit of their application to the development of new applications. 5,981 more words

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