A slightly unexplainable late edition today – I put the brew together this morning, and posted it about 9:30 as usual, however it disappeared completely….so, better late than never…..
- Complete Guide to Lazy Loading in C# – Punit Ganshani looks at how the Lazy class in .NET allows you to better control when objects get created and looks at how a number of common object creation scenarios are catered for.
- Announcing Software Quotes website – Mehdi Khalili has started a project to gather software development quotes together into one place, already with a nice selection in there.
- Architecture of a Remoting Framework – Paulo Zemek takes a look at the construction of a Remoting Framework, sharing his take on this, and discussing the architecture of such a solution
- Integration testing authenticated Katana applications – Aaron Powell takes a look at using the OWIN nature of WebAPI to allow easy testing of the Web API built services which rely on authentication.
- CQRS Event Sourcing pattern with NServiceBus, ASP.NET MVC and SignalR – Michael Trembovler explores and shares his experiences building a Command Query Responsibility Separation Event sourcing application using a fairly modern .NET stack in this Code Project article.
- Windows Azure Websites Development Stacks Support – Daria Grigoriu gives a summary of the supported development platforms for Windows Azure websites, along with discussion of the different ways of configuring, and extending the service.
- Using Angular.JS with ASP.NET AJAX libraries to call WCF REST services – Sujit explores combining the WCF REST services proxy with AngularJS code making consuming large numbers of WCF services easier from within your Angular based client side application.
- A Simple CRUD Demo with Koa.js – Shiju Varghese takes a look at building simple Create Read Update Delete functionality using Koa.js in Node.js to reduce callback depth.
- Functions that yield multiple times – Aaron Powell continues exploring the ECMAScript 6 Generators functionality with a look at lazy yielding of results from functions.
- The most Comprehensive Blend for Visual Studio training you will ever receive – for Free; you’re welcome! – Jerry Nixon shares some detailed training materials for learning all about the Blend component of Visual Studio