DaST moved to Makeitsoft.com

After people complained several times that old rgubarenko.net site was not working, I decided to move all DaST related stuff to more stable and secure server at Makeitsoft.com. Moreover there are more interesting upcoming projects that will need a primary development place. So, welcome to this site and please leave your feedback!

The site still needs some setup, but overall everything is functioning very well. I’m also planning to open registration system for developers participating in our open-source projects. All forum and blog comments are ¬†open for ANONIMOUS access, so don’t hesitate to ask your questions or leave feedback. Also, please let us know if something is not functioning properly on this site.

rgubarenko

Software Architect with over 15 years in IT field. Started with deep math and C++ Computer Vision software. Currently in .NET and PHP web development. Creator of DaST pattern, open-source frameworks, and plugins. Interested in cutting Edge IT, open-source, Web 2.0, .NET, MVC, C++, Java, jQuery, Mobile tech, and extreme sports.

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5 comments on “DaST moved to Makeitsoft.com
  1. naturally like your web-site however you need to take a look at the spelling on several of your posts. Several of them are rife with spelling issues and I to find it very troublesome to inform the truth however I will certainly come back again.

    • rgubarenko rgubarenko says:

      Sad, but true — English is my 2nd lang. Too much dev stuff is going on, always in a hurry, no time to check grammar :) Will try to polish everything up in the near future.

  2. peter wisniewski says:

    Interesting site and concept. Really liked the Ajax part of the project. Good luck!

  3. MikeS says:

    I feel scent of wordpress here ))))) is this change from ASP to PHP somehow related to the new DAST project direction? ))))

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