• ASP.NET MVC 2 Templates, Part 1: Introduction – Brad Wilson kicks off a series (already up to part 3) looking at the ASP.NET MVC 2 Templates functionality, exploring Model MetaData in part 2 showing how you can annotate your model classes, and takes a look at Default Templates in part 3
  • Verify JavaScript syntax using C# – Mads Kristensen shares a useful technique for verifying that your JavaScript files are valid as a part of your Application unit tests by utilising JScript to check they parse correctly
  • 12 ASP.NET MVC Best Practices – Simone Chiaretta shares12 ASP.NET MVC best practice tips, along with a slide deck which complements these tips
  • MVPs Contribute to Free Developer eBook – Jas Dhaliwal highlights a free ebook being offered by Microsoft which was created by Derek Hatchard and contains 17 articles by Microsoft MVPs and Regional Directors
  • Visual Studio 2010 – Functional Testing – Balagans gives a tour round the Functional Testing capabilities of Visual Studio 2010 Team Test, looking at the CodedUITest showing how tests can be created, recorded, developed and maintained
  • Add Reference Dialog Improvements (VS 2010 and .NET 4.0 Series) – Scott Guthrie continues is VS2010 / .NET 4 series of posts with a look at the latest batch of enhancements to the Add References Dialog in the latest release. These changes do sound as though they will finally give this often maligned piece of functionality the speed it truely needs
  • ASP.NET MVC Translated for the Web Forms Programmer (5 in a series) – What the Frig is a View Model? – Sara Chipps takes a look at what View Models are all about showing a simple example in use with a little dose of humour along the way
  • An epic bug story – Ayende tells a good tail of a fictitious bug in a substantial system, a story which will be familiar to many of us, and is interesting reading
  • Building A Service Gateway Using MassTransit, Part 1 – Chris Patterson begins a series of posts looking at using MassTransit, C#, StructureMap, ASP.NET MVC and NHibernate to create a Service Gateway implementation. This first part looks at some of the exchanges that occur within Web services
  • Multiple Strongly Typed Partial Views in MVC – Garry Pilkington demonstrates how you can use a CombinedViewModel to join a number of types together allowing you to have multiple strongly typed partial views feed off the parts of the CombinedViewModel
  • Attach a Debugger When a Process Starts – Sasha Goldshtein shows how you can use the Global Flags application to add flags to other applications to have the debugger (or another process) start up and attach when ever that application is started, very useful for debugging applications that are impossible to start from the debugger such as services