- ASP.NET MVC For Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 – Phil Haack explains why ASP.NET MVC is not included in the Visual Studio 2010 Beta release. The reason give an idea of how long it takes to get a release of something as large as VS out to the public
- Who is the responsible party? – Ayende talks about which object should be responsible for taking actions, and where the code should live for this.
- Preview of ReSharper for Visual Studio 2010 Coming Soon – JetBrains give a sneak peak at their upcoming release of ReSharper for Visual Studio 2010. Early releases will be made in June
- Visual Studio Team System 2010 Beta 1 Ships – Martin Hinshelwood explores this weeks release of Visual Studio Team Systems 2010 Beta 1. Be sure to check out Martin’s other recent posts for more details of a number of the features
- "Practical UML(tm): A Hands-On Introduction for Developers" from the Embarcadero Developer Network – Greg Duncan highlights a good introductory tutorial on UML
- MSDN Flash Podcast Pilot Show 2 for May 6th 2009 – Eric Nelson shares the second pilot edition of the MSDN Flash podcast a new initiative from the UK MSDN Flash team
- Sneak Preview: Entity Framework 4.0 Testability Improvements – Diego Vega gives some information about the changes made to the Entity Framework 4.0 to enhance its testability.
- Roadmaps for Major Products Announced at TechEd – Bruce Kyle gathers together all the TechEd information about what developer treats are on the horizon and build out a roadmap of what has been publicly announced.
- XAML in .Net 4.0: Serialization and Deserialization using XamlServices – Guy Burstein looks at XAML serialisation in .NET 4.0, reviewing the whole round trip from object to serialized content and Deserialization back to object
- Fabulous Adventures In Coding :"foreach" vs "ForEach" – Eric Lippert talks about the lack of ForEach method on sequences, looking at why it has not been implemented
- Free Typemock licenses – Welcome the ASP.NET Unit Testing Bundle – Roy Osherove announces a deal for .NET Bloggers which will allow you free license(s) of TypeMock Isolator