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Finally, a new post after eight months. Cool!

' My translation of "cool" is "something we computer geeks enjoy playing with that doesn't deliver any real value to our employers or end-users."'

You must be an HTML developer

Hope your arguments against MVC are as funny as your arguments against unit testing last year

Cool means "I'm not old." Except now the people who say it are old.

Sweet.

who cares, when in rome

I hope you're not planning on arguing in favor of webforms. MVC is the only thing that's made .NET projects tolerable for front end devs, at least if the choice is between that and webforms.

I think cool was last young in the '40s, maybe earlier.

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