Microsoft has released the first version of ASP.NET together with .NET 1.0 in 2002. That version was focused on so called “Web Forms”. The main idea was to give the web-developer the same look and feel as he would have had while working with a usual windows application. So he got the designer file for a user interface, on which he could drag & drop controls, having code-behind executing logic underneath on the server side.
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Learning a hardcore technical skill is challenging, to say the least. So the question is: how can we do it and still have fun at the same time?
The answer that came to me again and again was play. Every human society in recorded history has games. We don’t just solve problems out of necessity. We do it for fun, even as adults!
— the Talos Principle
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The goals of this blog.
Once in a while, an engineer reflects on his or her career and ask the question: what next? The honest answer could guide our professional development for next few years that follow. I, together with my friends, answered that question in a similar fashion, so we have formed a team.
Some of us are professional developers, some are scientists and some are at the doorstep of a programmer career. Although we have different backgrounds, we have discovered that we share the same goals.
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