GigJunkie.net, the UK's specialist gig listings website and online service for hunting down those must-have concert tickets goes from beta to Live this week.
The devs at Gigjunkie.net inform us that they have taken all of the beta testers feedback into account and have arrived at a much-improved new design and an enhanced user experience.
The site also features a bunch of new and improved features "all made possible through leading edge technology" and based on Microsoft's recently released MVC framework, which has "enabled GigJunkie to generate much better markup and a clean separation of concerns, and improve testability."
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Open web standards and mash-ups
The Gigjunkie team informed TechRadar that they "are strong believers in the alt.net way of thinking, and have made use of Linq to NHibernate with Fluent to provide flexible data access, and Rhino Mocks, AutoFac and xUnit.Net for mocking, IoC and testing."
GigJunkie also uses a creative commons license, and hopes that the freely available-to-use data "will enable users to create great mashups."
And if all of that tech-talk above didn't mean much to you, all you really need to know is that the site is secure and that it works.
Go ahead and check it out for yourself now at GigJunkie.net