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I've worked on many platforms over the past 10+ years in IT, from SAS on MVS and VB6/VBA on Windows to Classic ASP to Java to AIX scripting and even some (gasp!) COBOL and JCL.

Most recently I've focused on .NET development for both Windows and Web, and C++ development on Windows.


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comment When client and server side validations occur, doesn't it make for a better UX to only do server validations?
+1. This lets you put all your actual validation code on the server. All the client has to do is pass the input to the server-side validation method via AJAX, and then display the validation result to the user (if needed). That way you don't have validation code in two places. It also makes it easy to repeat the client-side validation after the form is submitted.
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