- DebugDiag 2.0 is now RTW – The DebugDiag development team announce the release of DebugDiag 2.0, a major release which features .NET 4,5 support, detailed first chance exception logging and a completely re-written analysis engine in .NET making additional rules easier to develop.
- Math from scratch, part five: natural subtraction – Eric Lippert continues his series looking at the implementation of mathematics in C# using only basic types, in this part exploring the concept of subtraction and the non-closed nature of subtraction.
- 30 Days of TDD – Day 11 – What’s the Deal with "Mocking?" – James Bender continues his series on Test Driven Development for beginners with a look at how mocking combines with dependency injection to provide a means of decoupling your tests from real implementations.
- Scaling lessons learned – from 0 to 15 million users – Jimmy Bogard shares 5 lessons about scaling learnt from a real world project which over the past 3.5 years has grown from 0 to 15 million members
- Dinosaurs and Spaceships: Using self hosted WebAPI 2 with legacy applications – Malisa Ncube looks at using OWIN hosted WebAPI 2 to provide the middleware tier for a WinForms applications walking through a basic example to illustrate.
- ASP.NET Web API OWIN Self Host on Windows Azure – Shiju Varghese also takes a look at using Web API with OWIN exploring how you can host your own Web API on Azure using the self host OWIN interfaces.
- Decoupling OWIN external authentication from ASP.NET Identity – Jeff Putz takes a look at how OWIN Middleware provides a way to decouple your application from the authentication method used meaning you don’t have to take a direct dependency on that mechanism
- Understanding of MVC Page Life Cycle – mathurvarun takes a detailed look at the ASP.NET MVC page life cycle from request from the browser to the response coming back, discussing each stage along the way
- 5 Tips for Achieving Continuous Delivery – Justin Caldicott shares 5 useful tips to help you make Continuous Delivery a possibility for your projects
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