Tomasz Subik

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I am an open-minded software developer loves creating useful web apps. Currently working using C#, mvc, jQuery. Having strong SQL, T-SQL background. Diving into javascript, ruby on rails and bunch of other cool technologies. Open source projects contributor.

On the other hand I am a sport addicted person. Beginner Ice freestyler and hockey player, in the summer inline skater. Snow and ski lover. I also enjoy jogging, playing squash and swimming.

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Sass with ASP.NET MVC 4 - Twitter Bootstrap example

Many times if I look at css stylesheets of middle and big systems it just makes me cry. Total chaos, code repetition, basically too much css. That’s why css preprocessors were invented. In the .NET world the most popular right now is Less. However, for a long time there is another player on the market - Sass.


Simple jQueryUI DialogManager

Recently I’ve been working on structuring and refactoring javascript code in a middle size application. There are many modal popups, you know popup invoking popup and so on. Many of them were just created on div elements which already exist in the html markup. I thought that it would be a better idea to create these kinds of div elements only if I want to show a dialog using them. The next thing I’d like to achieve is to use default configuration for created dialogs. Also, I want my div element destroyed after closing the dialog.

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