- Introducing TypeScript - Anders Hejlsberg gives a ~1 hour video session on TypeScript, the latest language he has been heavily involved in the creation of
- New ProcDump version 5.0 released, using the -f parameter - Benjamin Perkins highlights the release of version 5.0 of ProcDump, a small unobtrusive tool for debugging crashes, high CPU and memory and other program errors, showing how you can use the tool in a number of scenarios in this post.
- The release of a new language from Microsoft is always an interesting event - here are some of the initial reactions:
- TypeScript: First Impressions - Miguel de Icaza
- The obligatory TypeScript reaction post - Mark Rendle
- TypeScript first impressions - Bertrand Le Roy
- Making a switchable Desktop and Mobile site with ASP.NET MVC 4 and jQuery Mobile - Scott Hanselman takes a look at building a good mobile and desktop experience for your CRUD like web applications, illustrating with a simple example.
- Introduction to CSS3: Responsive Web Design Training with Presentation|Video - Dr. Doris Chen shares a collection of great resources about building Responsive Web Applications using CSS3, including slides, video and various documentation links
- Build Your Own Membership System For ASP.NET MVC - Part I - K. Scott Allen kicks off a new series looking at constructing your own Membership system for ASP.NET MVC. This post sets the scene and looks at the Membership Provider class, discussing some of the complexities with working with the provider
- A Few New OData Things of Interest - Glenn Gailey highlights two recent release in the world of OData, highlighting the WCF Data Services 5.1.0-RC2 release and a new AdventureWorks sample OData feed
- Backbone.EventBinder: Better Event Management For Your Backbone Apps - Derick Bailey discusses how Backbone.EventBinder, recently extracted from Backbone.Marionette into its own project, can help you better manage your events in Backbone based applications
- Using Eventing to Decouple Applications - Joel Ross how adding simple eventing into your applications can help you greatly decouple the various parts of your application from each other, allowing you greater ease and freedom of development.
- nBaclava - Thorsten Bruning shares nBaclava, a base class implementation for making value types in .NET, including Visual Studio Templates for making implementation easier.