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Sergejus is running Oxite on Azure and thinking in .NET

My friend Sergejus Barinovas, developer, community lead, speaker and much more (I think he is also the only MS MVP of Lithuania) has just started a new blogging experience: after running his Lithuanian blog for two years, he decided to start sharing is knowledge, experience and passion for development in English, in his blog called Thinking in .NET. He will mainly talk about web development, Ajax,  data access technologies and best practices. One of the cool thing of his blog is that it runs on Oxite, and it’s hosted on Windows Azure and SQL Azure, and in his...

Oxite: what’s new and how to stay up to date with it

As probably you read somewhere else, a few days ago the Channel9 team released the latest version of Oxite. If you remember, when it was first released back in December, there was a lot of negative feedbacks, but now it seems like the latest release contains a lot of refactoring. I think I’ll start to play with it. All the team members have a blog (which runs on Oxite, of course) and they posted some blog posts to explain the new changes. Duncan Mackenzie, which is the PM, wrote a post explaining the PR...

Looking at Oxite the “glass half full” way

Today is a sunny (even if damn cold) day in Milano so while I was coming to work I decided I wanted write something good about Oxite, the CMS built by the MIX Online team. The point I want to make is: Oxite is the best example to show how bad WebForms are when it comes to rendering standard compliant HTML. There has been a lot of  negative talking about Oxite: it’s not working out-of-the-box, it’s not such a good example of how to implement something with the ASP.NET MVC framework, people looking at it as state-of-the-art  will...

Oxite: OpenSource CMS from Microsoft built on ASP.NET MVC

I was on the mountains skiing during this last weekend so I might have missed some big announcement from the .NET blogosphere, but today I found on many “official” IT online magazines (thanks to aspdotnetmvc.com) that the team behind Channel 9 (and 8, 10 and Mix Online) just released on CodePlex the blogging/CMS platform they developed to build Mix Online: Oxite. Oxite is an open source, standards compliant, and highly extensible content management platform that can run anything from blogs to big web sites. We know this because it runs MIX Online. It’s developed with ASP.NET MVC and has been designed...