- Windows Azure: New Scheduler Service, Read-Access Geo Redundant Storage, and Monitoring Updates – &
- Announcing Public Preview of Read Access Geo Redundant Storage – Scott Guthrie and Steve Martin announce the latest update to the Windows Azure Platform, with the introduction of a scheduler to fire HTTP requests to trigger work, Read access to Geo-redundent storage, and further improvements to the monitoring of Azure services.
- ReSharper 8.1 Goes RTM along with dotCover, dotTrace – JetBrains announce the RTM release of ReSharper 8.1, dotCover 2.6 and dotTrace Performance 5.5.3.
- AngularJS – Part 4, Accessing server side resources – Gabriel Schenker continues with his AngularJS series with a look at loading server side data into the client side application using the $http service.
- Micro optimising web content for unexpected, wild success – Troy Hunt discusses the perils of success in terms of his ‘haveibeenpwned.com’, discussing the optimisation of the site to make sure that he was making the most of the resources he was paying for
- Future of ViewStateMac: What We Know – James Jardine discusses the ViewStateMac, and the recent secuirty flaw it protected against, along with the plans for the future to have ViewStateMac require to be enabled.
- Understanding the Real-World Performance of your Web Application Across IE11 and Other Browsers – Jatinder Mann discusses the W3C Web Performance working group standards, and their implementations in browsers, including Internet Explorer 11.
- Expanded login scopes in Azure Mobile Services – Carlos Figueira takes a look at gaining access to more information about users who login through Azure Mobile Services.
- Convert .NET, your C#<>VB Converter, LINQ/RegEx expression tester, Encrypt/Decrypt, Base64 encoder and more… – Greg Duncan highlights Convert.NET, a useful looking free tool which performs conversions between C# and VB.NET, along with a bunch of other useful utility features.
- Creating a Spinner Animation in a Console Application in C# – Jason Roberts continues his Console class exploration looking at creating a simple busy indicator.
- 429 vs 503 – ‘Being Cellfish’ discusses the choice between a HTTP 429 and 503 error to tell users of a service that they are using it too intensely