- An update is available for the .NET Framework 4.5 in Windows 8, Windows RT and Windows Server 2012 - The Microsoft Support team have released an update package for the .NET Framework 4.5 on Windows 8, Windows RT and Windows Server 2012 - the update is being shipped via Windows Update and the details of the issues addressed are included in this article.
- NuGet Addin for MonoDevelop - Matt Ward announces the release of a NuGet Add-in for SharpDevelop bringing the same UI features as available in the Visual Studio Edition
- Git-TF 2.0.1 Released - Brian Harry announces a new binary release of the Git-TF tools for interacting with GIT based TFS repositories which addresses some issues introduced with the recent work to restructure communication with TFS.
- Recent Updates to the Windows Azure SDK - .NET 4.5, Windows Server 2012 and more - Mohit Srivastava and Dennis Angeline discusses some of the recent changes and improvements in the latest edition of the Windows Azure SDK for .NET
- Why Use The Bootstrap Grid? - K. Scott Allen discusses the role of a Grid System on the web and takes a look at the use of the BootStrap Grid and how it enables responsive layouts.
- MapReduce / Map Reduction Strategies Using C# - Jake Drew takes a look at implementing map reduce functionality in C# using the Task Parallel Library, and data structure which work successfully in multithreaded environments.
- Simple immutable objects - Andrew L Arnott takes a look at how you can construct immutable objects, following on from the announcement of immutable collection types from the BCL team.
- Web Dev .NET: Does Browser Sniffing Still Have a Place? - Elijah Manor discusses the sticky issue of browser user agent sniffing, discussing the good, bad and alternative techniques and where you may want to validly check a user agent