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Code to Work Along With While Watching Jason Dolinger’s M-V-VM Video

June 16th, 2009

I meant to post this to my blog sometime ago … but I forgot. I was recently reminded about it when a fellow software engineer I work with was looking for good information on M-V-VM.

I pointed him to my answer to a StackOverflow question on the matter and then pointed him to Jason’s video … sending him at the same time the code that I captured while working through this great video/screen cast. But, hey, why not share this with the wider community?!

What’s great about this sample code is that I’ve captured ‘snapshots’ along every step of the way.

Enjoy, and I would appreciate you leaving a comment if you find it useful. It’s always fun to know that you’ve helped someone.

p.s. I didn’t start out at ground zero for this code, Robert’s code helped me get started. So, thanks Robert!


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  1. Tim Haynes
    June 25th, 2009 at 08:46 | #1

    This is awesome! Thanks very much for sharing it. I can’t wait to go through it while watching the video. Can’t believe I’d rather do that than go see a movie… I’m turning into a super-geek. :-D

  2. cplotts
    June 25th, 2009 at 09:06 | #2

    @Tim Haynes
    Thanks for commenting … it is a great video … enjoy it. Wish I could say that I was the one who made it. :-)

  3. Krishna
    December 31st, 2009 at 01:11 | #3

    The code was very helpful. It (the code) was not clear in the video. Thanks a lot for sharing this.

  4. cplotts
    December 31st, 2009 at 08:39 | #4

    Glad you found it useful!

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