Luis

Santiago, Chile

Age: 29

My knowledge is based on: CSS3, UI Design, JQuery, ASP.NET, LINQ, EF, MVC3 Razor, C#, VB, Google API V3, T-SQL, WCF...

...just a humble programmer that wants to learn more every day...

My twitter: @luissanchezm86

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awarded Yearling
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awarded Guru
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awarded Popular Question
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awarded Nice Question
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awarded Popular Question
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awarded Famous Question
Jan
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Office 365 API: Error calling Delete Event
Jan
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Golang problems with referencing arrays of sub structures
Jan
23
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Django Deployment With Heroku
Jan
23
reviewed Looks Good CSS: Are view height (vh) and view width (vw) units widely supported?
Jan
23
reviewed Looks Good Server Error in '/' Application. Cannot insert explicit value for identity column in table when IDENTITY_INSERT is set to OFF
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awarded Notable Question
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awarded Popular Question
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awarded Explainer
Sep
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comment Google Maps Autocomplete Result in Bootstrap Modal Dialog
@JeffFinn Ok you can open a new question and I can try to help you, you have to check that this is bootstrap 2, are you using the same version? If that's the case I don't see the reason of downvoting the answer, as you can see it has helped a few people.
Aug
14
accepted jQuery .ajax() 405 (Method Not Allowed) / Cross Domain
Aug
14
comment jQuery .ajax() 405 (Method Not Allowed) / Cross Domain
With "*" It allows me to reach the server, but I'm getting a new error with a bad request. Thanks tho
Jul
30
comment jQuery .ajax() 405 (Method Not Allowed) / Cross Domain
Gonna check it out
Jul
29
awarded Good Answer
Jul
24
comment Have Win8 and Win7 different CultureInfo on the same culture? (different dateSeparator)
@HansPassant ok, I thought it was more of a related question to the Framework instead of the OS. But you practically answer my question about the CultureInfo class due to the political changes in Venezuela, the fact is that all the dates are still being shown as dd/MM/yyyy (including newspapers and government web pages) idk where did Microsoft found info about that change, but I guess they have thier sources... Thx
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