Denver Code Monkey is a blog and portfolio of a .NET developer who really started expanding his career while living in Denver, Colorado. A recent move has brought him to New York City, but still maintains Colorado as his Home (Parks are nice, but charcoal grilling in the backyard is way cooler).
This blog is about problems that I run into, both personal and professional, and provide the solutions I have come up with.
Some of the blog content may be from different sources and not written by the developer himself. Often times when doing research for a particular problem I am having, I will need to piece 3 or more articles together to fix my problem. My blog post will mostly reflect the end result while explaining why a post didn’t fully help out. Rest assured, however, that credit will be given where credit is due. It is not the intention to plagiarize another persons work since their time and dedication is valuable. I just want a single place to find all the great tips, tricks and how-tos.
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