- What is new on Mono & PlayScript - Miguel de Icaza shares the slides from his MonkeySpace session looking at what is new is the Mono framework, and also discusses Zynga’s PlayScript language, a language based on ActionScript augmented with C#5 features running through th Mono C# 5 Compiler.
- Onion Architecture: Part 4 - After Four Years - Jeffrey Palermo recaps on the Onion Architecture along with sharing a simpler code example implementation of his architectural pattern
- Contributing to OSS projects made easy - Daniel Cazzulino discusses a simple, yet good thing to make it easier for people to contribute to your Open Source projects by providing a settings file to allow the user’s environment to be configured as per your projects coding style.
- Connecting the Windows Phone 8 Emulator to Web API Applications on a Local Computer - Robert McMurray takes a look at the process of getting the Windows Phone 8 Emulator to connect to Web API based applications running on the local machine - something which is more complicated since the emulator moved to Hyper V.
- TFS Internal Usage Statistics - 1st Half CY 2013 - Erin Dormier shares some statistics from the first half of 2013 on the use of TFS by the various teams within Microsoft - with over 200 million source files and 20 million+ work items that sure is a lot of code managed
- Microspeak: The train - Raymond Chen also posted on Source Control yesterday, discussing how the Windows team manage merging between branches and how this coined a term ‘The Train’ in relation to getting things committed in time to make it into a merge.
- New Guide: Dependency Injection with Unity - Grigori Melnik announces the release of a new guide-primer on Dependency Injection using Unity. Available both as a free eBook (ePUB and PDF) its also available in Kindle and Hard copy form from Amazon.