- Babel Obfuscator 220.127.116.11 Released - The Babel Obfuscator Team announce the release of Version 5.6 of their .NET obsfuscator product. This release brings support for the release candidate build of .NET 4.5 and Windows 8/2012 Release Candidates, along with performance improvements, and making compression and encryption of embedded assemblies optional.
- .NET Framework cleanup tool now supports .NET Framework 4.5 and Windows 8 - Aaron Stebner has released an updated version of his .NET Framework cleanup tool, adding support for .NET 4.5 and Windows 8. This tool provides a way to fully remove specific versions of the .NET Framework from a machine.
- Easy database migrations with C# and FluentMigrator - Iain Hunter takes a look at automating the upgrade (and downgrade) of your databases using FluentMigrator and the C# language, looking at how it works in both theory and practice.
- What’s Next for ASP.NET Web Optimization - Howard Dierking starts off the discussion of what the next round of improvements to the ASP.NET Web Optimization features might include, and soliciting feedback on the plans.
- Documenting your ASP.Net Web API’s - John V Petersen takes a look at autodocumenting your ASP.NET Web API based API building on the prior work of Yao Huang Lin, looking at returning information about the API in a variety of forms.
- Restricting Access to Properties in NHibernate - Ricardo Peres discusses the use of internal interfaces to help provide a way of protecting access to values that are being persisted and limiting their access to just classes in the same assembly.
- HTTP/2.0 makes a great step forward in Vancouver, but this is just the beginning! - Adalberto Foresti shares a post from Henrik Frystyk Nielsen,
Rob Trace, and Gabriel Montenegro discussing recent progress on HTTP/2.0 what will become the next version of the HTTP standard
- Version number update tool for Visual Studio 2012 - Gavin Smyth discusses the removal of macros from the Visual Studio IDE in 2012 and looks at replacing his version number updater macro with a C# version using Visual Studio Extensibility.
- Event: Upcoming SQL Server Events - Sarah Lamb highlights a huge selection of UK SQL Server events from SQL Server FAQ over the next few months, with great events taking place right across the UK