- Fiddler Web Debugger - Letter from Eric to the Fiddler community - Eric Lawrence announces the exciting news that he is going to work with Telerik full time on the Fiddler Web Debugger, initial indications is that this is win-win for the community as the project gets dedicated time (and more resource) to deliver even more goodness, and the tool looks set to remain free. For the Telerik view of this acquisition take a look at Christopher Eyhorn’s piece ‘Here we grow again. Telerik acquires Fiddler. What’s next?’
- 10 lessons for uncultured web developers - Troy Hunt discusses ten of the top ‘cultural’ things web developers often forget about, discussing choice of browser in other parts of the world, date formats, Names, currency, Operating Systems, mobile phones, timezones and a few others.
- ASP.NET Web Forms DynamicData FieldTemplates for DbGeography Spatial Types (plus Model Binders and Friendly URLs) - Scott Hanselman continues his look at editor templates for the DbGeography data type, taking a look at how it cam be applied in WebForms, and looks at the new support for Model Binding in Web Forms
- Supporting complex types in Azure Mobile Services clients - implementing 1:n table relationships - Carlos' blog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs - Carlos Figueira continues his exploration of the Windows Azure Mobile Services, exploring in this post how you can model 1:n table relationships in the data storage capabilities provided by the Mobile Services, looking at the implementation on the client and server
- Looking at Windows Azure Mobile Services with Fiddler - Shayne P Boyer takes a look at the communication between the client and server when working with the Windows Azure Mobile Services, using Fiddler to capture the traffic, in this CodeProject article.
- The Boy Scout Rule - Garry Shutler discusses the ‘Boy Scout Rule’ applied to the code base, and discusses the practices of refactoring, examining how much you should refactor, why you should, and when you should
- From the MVPs: Visual Studio 2012 meets PowerPoint - Devon Musgrave takes a look at the role of PowerPoint in the software development process, taking a look at its use as a UI prototyping / storyboarding tool.