Recap my online year 2012
Marco Franssen /
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The year 2012 was for me a year that went way to fast. In the year 2012 I learned a lot new stuff, wrote several blog posts and read lots of blog posts and articles. First of all I want you to give a list of all blog posts I wrote this year. You can find the complete list here http://marcofranssen.nl/2012/ and here http://marcofranssen.nl/2012/page/2/.
I even wrote a non-technical article
Second I want to share my starred articles from my reading archive. I used pocket to bookmark, read and archive my articles, which enables me now to share all starred articles with you.
However I wasn't to consequent with starring all the good articles I read, some are missing and it would take me a long time to spit my reading archives to figure out which articles where impressing me. So for next year I will star the articles better to make sure I can find them back easier, so I can share them with you.
Third I starred a lot of Github repositories.
EventStore/EventStore An awesome, rock-solid, super-fast persistence engine for event-sourced applications.
SignalR/SignalR Incredibly simple real-time web for .NET
jamietre/CsQuery CsQuery is a complete CSS selector engine, HTML parser, and jQuery port for C# and .NET 4.
tonytomov/jqGrid jQuery grid plugin
machine/machine.specifications Machine.Specifications is a Context/Specification framework geared towards removing language noise and simplifying tests.
addyosmani/backbone-fundamentals A creative-commons book on Backbone.js for beginners and advanced users alike
apiengine/apiengine-client Api Engine - Web Client - Turbo-charge your APIs with our secure & collaborative API document builder & distribution platform.
LeaVerou/prefixfree Break free from CSS prefix hell!
joliver/EventStore Yet another event storage for event sourcing.
mccalltd/AttributeRouting Define your routes using attributes on action methods in ASP.NET MVC and Web API.
jessitron/git-happens Everyone knows that git happens. Might as well run with it.
kristofferahl/FluentSecurity Fluent Security configuration for ASP.NET MVC
ncqrs/ncqrs Ncqrs Framework - The CQRS Framework for .NET
peteraritchie/ProductivityExtensions Copious amounts of extension methods for .NET Framework class with a focus on coding productivity
bartaz/impress.js It's a presentation framework based on the power of CSS3 transforms and transitions in modern browsers and inspired by the idea behind prezi.com.
jquery/globalize New age globalization and localization. Formats and parses strings, dates and numbers in over 350 cultures.
gregoryyoung/Simple.Testing Simple Specification Framework
jb55/Data.Maybe.cs Idiomatic option types for C#
mspnp/cqrs-journey-code Microsoft patterns & pratices CQRS Journey sample application
phillipknauss/CqrsSiteEngine Experimentations in a fully CQRS, no-database website
tzuryby/jquery.hotkeys jquery.hotkeys plugin lets you easily add and remove handlers for keyboard events anywhere in your code supporting almost any key combination. It takes one line of code to bind/unbind a hot key combination
jen20/simple-testing Simple.Testing extended with Resharper runner
ToJans/MinimalisticCQRS CQRS for the lazy *ss
craftedpixelz/Craftyslide A tiny jQuery slideshow plugin
mookid8000/TypedFactoryExample Simple Windows Forms application sample showing a way to implement an MVC pattern using Castle Windsor and TypedFactoryFacility
imakewebthings/deck.js Modern HTML Presentations
I even just realized that a lot of cool stuff happened in 2011, so also here a link to my 2011 blogposts. I hope I didn't forget any cool stuff I stumbled up on last year. If so, please let me and the other readers know by a comment.
For now I which everyone a happy new year, and please all continue the knowledge sharing.