- Plan for Prism for .NET 4.5.1 – Blaine Wastell discusses plans for a release of Prism for .NET 4.5.1 to be made in February, and provides links for early access to their work so they can gather feedback.
- Making C# run on the GPU – Evan Hauck shares a library which allows C# code to be run on GPU hardware, using a combination of IL processing through LLVM to translate it into a format which can be fun on the GPU.
- New Startup Scripts Preview Feature in Azure Mobile Services – Hasan Khan discusses the new extensibility framework from the Azure Mobile Services Team which allows you to hook into framework events, allowing your applications to better respond to these events.
- Monitoring the Performance of Multi-Tiered Windows Azure Applications – Bruno Terkaly discusses a hands on labs session which teaches how to better monitor the performance of Windows Azure hosted applications when the are constructed from multiple tiers.
- Behind the notification service of “Have I been pwned?” – Troy Hunt shares another detailed discussion of the implementation of his notification service on "Have I been pwned?", discussing how he implemented the feature, his internal thinking on its use, the data model utilised, and costing implications.
- A tale of two puzzles – Jon Skeet discusses one of two puzzles set by Dustin Campbell as a part of his CodeMash talk, outlining some strange behaviour of C#.
- AngularJS – Part 9, Values and constants – Gabriel Schenker continues his series looking at AngularJS, and in this part discusses the storage of values and constants in ways that can be inserted into controllers using standard means.
- Intro to Unit Testing 9: Tips and Tricks – Erik Dietrich shares the penultimate post in this series giving some unit testing tricks and tips for developers of all levels of experience.
- Living a High-DPI desktop lifestyle can be painful – Scott Hanselman discusses the beauty and pain of working with a high dpi display, highlighting some of the places where applications don’t get their support for High DPI quite right.
- Windows Azure Week Live – Rami Sarieddine highlights the Windows Azure Week Live events running throughout the week 27th Jan-31st Jan where you can see live (streamed) sessions from Scot Guthrie, Scott Hanselman, Scott Hunter, Marc Mercuri, Cheryl McGuire, and Miranda Luna.
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