Michael Monteleone

Michael Monteleone is a software developer and designer from New Orleans who occasionally speaks in the third person.

After twelve years of crafting corners of the Web for others and two years after blogs died, he knew it was time to build his own.

He’s written more about himself, but would rather hear from you

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He recently released

  • Delorean Flux capacitor for accurately faking time-bound JavaScript for testing purposes, including complex interactions of timeouts, intervals, and dates.
  • Pavlov Behavioral API over QUnit and More
  • DynamicBuilder Suspiciously pleasant XML construction API for C# 4, inspired by Ruby’s Builder
  • jQuery.safetynet A smarter in-browser “unsaved changes” warning plugin
  • Nate Simple little fluent state machine for C#

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