Posted by Chris Alcock on 28 Jan 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- 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.
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 27 Jan 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Announcing Reduced Pricing on Storage – Steven Martin announces new reduced pricing for Windows Azure Storage taking its prices down to match the lowest Amazon S3 storage rates
- Release 2.0.2 – SignalR/SignalR – Damian Edwards and the SignalR team announce the release of version 2.0.2, a bugfix release which addresses a number of reported issues.
- ETWControler 220.127.116.11 Released! – Alois Kraus shares ETWController a utility to help debug distributed systems by enabling the capture of Event Tracing for Windows events from multiple machines.
- Live and in person – Eric Lippert and some of his Coverity colleagues are presenting three talks this week (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday), two of which are being webcast so you can get a chance to hear about C# and Coverity’s analyzer.
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 24 Jan 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Auto History Extension in Visual Studio 2013 – Mark Wilson-Thomas announces the preview release of a new extension from Microsoft which provides a history of your changes in Visual Studio, allowing you to rollback to earlier versions of your code within the IDE (not using version control systems)
- Releasing SocialGoal – Reference Web App for ASP.NET MVC 5, EF 6 Code First, AutoMapper, Autofac, TDD and DDD – Shiju Varghese announces the release of a reference application by his team at Marlabs. This application is a Social Networking application running on ASP.NET MVC5, Entity Framework 6 Code First, AutoMapper, AutoFac, Twitter BootStrap, Nunit and Moq, and was developed with TDD and DDD principles.
- Big Data Search: Sorting Optimizations – Ayende continues discussion of his solution to his interview question on searching large volumes of data efficiently with a look at going beyond the original problem
- Chrome 32 Broke the Internet – Martyn Frank discusses issues he and others (my self included) are running into in the V32 release of Chrome.
- Chrome32 Update Causes Website Visual Issues – Shield UI also discuss some visual display issues with scrolling which cause issues for their menu component.
- Reflection and C# optional constructor arguments – Dan picks up an old project, and looks into adding support for optional parameters in constructors, exploring the reflection representation of optional parameters, and their use
- Debugging a Windows 8 Store App on a Surface RT – Garry Pilkington walks through the process of setting up remote debugging on a Surface RT to allow you to debug your Windows 8 Store applications running on a real device from your development machine
- Considerations for Logging in Hybrid Integration Solutions – Michael Stephenson explores the concept of logging in Hybrid Integration Solutions, outlining some requirements, and discussing the architecture of an implementation.
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