- SharpDevelop 5 goes MIT and Beta 1 too! – Greg Duncan highlights the first beta release of SharpDevelop 5, a release which is a major re-architecting of the project, now along with a change of license to the more permissive MIT license.
- Looking at ASP.NET MVC 5.1 and Web API 2.1 – Part 2 – Attribute Routing with Custom Constraints – Jon Galloway continues his series of posts looking at the new features of the latest ASP.NET MVC and WebAPI releases. In this post Jon explores the routing improvements in both MVC and WebAPI.
- Extending System.Web.Optimization – Dean Hume takes a look at how you can extend the ASP.NET Web Optimisation, looking at how you can make the existing framework more aware of additional attributes made possible by HTML5.
- Azure will save you from unexpected Godzilla attack part 2: Red Gate will save you from yourself – Troy Hunt continues his look at protecting your data in Windows Azure and looks at the offering from RedGate to protect his Azure Table Storage data from him accidentally doing something silly.
- Fun with infinite sums – Haacked! – Tomas Petricek shares some elegant F# versions of the code from Phil Haack’s article featured yesterday about infinite sums
- Of Orcs and Software Craftsmanship – K. Scott Allen discusses the role of a ‘Software Craftsman’, and explores the behaviour he considers they should exhibit via writing some code to extract data from XML.
- Why isn’t People-Centric UI Design taking off? – Scott Hanselman discusses ‘People Centric UI’, contrasting it to the much more common document centric or application centric UI experiences, and asking why they aren’t more common.
- Getting a dashboard for local development with the WebJobs SDK – Mike Stall takes a look at the new WebJobs SDK alpha release and discusses how you can get access to the SimpleBatch dashboard for your local development environment.
- Quick FAILs in code questions – Ayende shares a look at some of the bad code smells he encounters in recruitment problem solutions from candidates.