As predicted this morning I was inundated with posts about ASP.NET MVC, so for the second time this week we have a special section given over to the release.
ASP.NET MVC Beta
- ASP.NET MVC Beta Released – ScottGu does his usual epic announcement for the new ASP.NET MVC Beta release. This one is a good read, and most other announcements are referring to parts of this post.
- ASP.NET MVC Beta Released! – Phil Haack gives the details about the way that ASP.NET MVC Beta was announced, and talks a little about some of the changes
- Upgrading Dimecasts.Net to the MVC Beta – Derik Whittaker talks about the steps he took to upgrade hisDimeCasts screen cast website (well worth checking out if you haven’t already) to the ASP.NET MVC Beta
- ASP.NET MVC Beta released – Coolness Ensues – Scott Hanselman talks a litle about the beta ASP.NET MVC release.
- Announcing Gallio and MbUnit v3.0.4 – Jeff Brown announces the release of Gallio and MbUnit 3.0.4 which contains a number of new features along with the usual improvments of a point release. Jeff’s post is a very comprehensive run through of what has changed, and makes good reading.
- Functional .NET – Fighting Friction in the BCL with Directory.GetFiles – Matthew Podwysocki looks at rewriting part of the BCL using generics and lazy evaluation to provide a much nicer API.
- Custom user configurable SQL Server Profiler events – Mladen Prajdi? talks about the custom SQL Server Profiler events which you can use in your Stored Procs to get information out into the trace. This post includes an example, and this looks like a really useful trick to getting information out of SQL Server when debugging
- Microsoft Web Application Installer – Open Source Web Apps Delivered and Installed – Scott Hanselman shows off the new Web Applications Installer, and talks about the changes going on inside Microsoft regarding Open source software.
- Thoughts On Domain Validation – Part 2 – Justin Etheredge continues looking at Validation in Domain entities, looking this time at moving his rules out of code and into the database, including compiling the code at runtime.
- C# Anonymous Object Tip – Brad Wilson shares a nice shortening trick for Anonymous types in C# which he learnt from a ReSharper tip.
- F# Cheat Sheet – Chance Coble highlights a nice 5 page cheat sheet for F# from A6 Systems covering most of the important syntax.
- Increasing Code Coverage May Be Harmful – Dan Manges talks about why code coverage shouldn’t be considered the be all and end all of unit testing. Examples in this post aren’t .NET, but the principles still apply.