- dotCover 2.6 Early Access Program Launched - JetBrains announces the opening of the dotCover 2.6 early access previews giving you a chance to try out the new functionality in return for some feedback on the product.
- New version of OData Validator - The WCF Data Services team announce the release of a new version of the OData validator which now includes support for all three formats and all the features of the V3 feed format.
- Jesse’s got your number (of Insanely Essential Programmer Utilities)… - Greg Duncan highlights a new list of essential programmer utilities from Jesse Liberty - always interesting to see what another developer considers to be his indispensable tools
- NeoLua - Dynamic language - ‘neolithos’ shares at look at NeoLua, an implementation on the .NET Framework of the Lua language, built on top of the Dynamic Languages Runtime and providing the functionality of Lua 5.2
- 30 Days of TDD – Day 17 – Specifying Order of Execution in Mocks - James Bender continues his series looking at Test Driven Development from a beginners point of view continuing with discussion of the use of Mock with a look at the ordering of execution
- My Definition of a Single Page Application - Jason Haley shares a short succinct description of what he considers to be a Single Page Web Application
- Learning AngularJS by Example - The Customer Manager Application - Dan Wahlin shares a look at the construction of a AngularJS sample application discussing the various aspects of the implementation.
- Sending Messages to SignalR Hubs from the Outside - Ricardo Peres takes a look at using SignalR Hubs to communicate with clients from other parts (non-SignalR) of your code base.
- High level overview of Visual Studio Extensibility APIs - Daniel Cazzulino discusses some fo the pain points of interacting with the Visual Studio Extensibility API, and shares a look at Clide a helper library which deals with working with the solution.
- Lessons learnt scaling a big mainstream RESTful AP - David Whitney shares a presentation he recently gave with a collection of really good advice for building and maintaining a public facing REST API.