- MarionetteJS v1.0 – Derick Bailey announces the release of MarionetteJS v1.0 (actually 1.0.1 following a bugfix) with the release building on the functionlaity from the release candidates, and adding further functionality. Derick also announce the availability of Stickers to show your support of the project, and outlines the roadmap for future development.
- RavenDB 2.0.3 Stable Release! – Ayende announces the release of RavenD 2.0.3 which includes bugfixes, and features, along with a breaking change to SQL Replication
- Monads, part ten – Eric Lippert continues his exploration series looking at Monads, taking a look at ho Monads apply in LINQ.
- Working on TypeScript 0.9: Generics, Overload on Constants and Compiler Performance – TypeScript – Site Home – MSDN Blogs – Luke Hoban gives an update on the progress being made with TypeScript 0.9 discussing features around Generics, overloads on constants, and improvements to the compiler.
- ASP.NET WebAPI Tip #3: camelCasing JSON – K. Scott Allen continues his series looking at WebAPI, sharing tips on getting the most out of WebAPI. This tip focuses on getting control of the generated JSON and having camel cased members.
- Per request error detail policy in ASP.NET Web API – Filip W takes a look at the capabilities for controlling and reporting errors in Web API with a look at the policy settings and how you configure them
- My relationship with SOLID – Starting with S – Rob Ashton kicks off a series of posts looking at the SOLID Principles, exploring his views on the Single Responsibility Principle in this post
- C is for cookie, H is for hacker – understanding HTTP only and Secure cookies – Troy Hunt takes a detailed look at the principles behind cookies from a security perspective discussing how the standards provide for controlling the transmission of their information over different security levels of channel.
- Time travelling with dates and time zone conversions in .NET & Spring Forward: Advancing Historical Date and Time Calculations on the Web – Troy Hunt and the Internet Explorer team take a seasonal look at the types of problems we encounter with the Daylight Savings / British Summer Time clock change