- Getting started with ASP.NET Web API 2.2 for OData v4.0 & webapi 2.2 and T4 release announcement – Javier Calvarro Nelson & LeoHu1 highlight the availability of Nightly Build Packages for ASP.NET Web API 2.2. This release includes major work around the OData 4.0 standard adding some interesting new features to the mix.
- Announcing General Availability of Oracle Software on Windows Azure and Updates to Windows Azure Traffic Manager – Steven Martin highlights the advancement of the Microsoft partnership with Oracle for Azure support of Oracle software, along with the news that the Azure Traffic Manager now supports Windows Azure Websites as endpoints.
- Same Origin Policy Part 0: Origins – Eric Lawrence supplements his series of posts looking at the Same Origin policy with a look at what constitutes an origin in response to a simple sounding question
- Back to Basics: Assert your assumptions and diff your source code – Scott Hanselman shares another ‘Back to Basics’ post about debugging strange behaviour, urging you to always carefully compare your code, and test assumptions made when chasing that elusive bug.
- Tail Recursion and C# – Cellfish discusses Tail Recursion as an optimisation, and discusses how the F#’ compiler optimises tail recursion, where as C# does not.
- F#9 : Option types – Sacha Barber presses on with his series of posts looking at the F# language, looking at the definition and use of Option Types.
- The World’s Greatest Azure Demo – Troy Hunt shares a recording of a presentation he recently delivered whcih covers a lot of Windows Azure ground. This certainly loks like one to send to an infrastructure folks who have yet to realise the power and potential of the cloud.
- There’s no #antifragilesoftware – Ralf Westphal continues his discussion of the concept of Anti-Fragile software
- Microservices – Martin Fowler and James Lewis share the next part of this article on Microservices.
- Now that’s deep… Deep Learning! "Learning Methods and Applications"free eBook from MSR – Greg Duncan highlights a free eBook on Machine learning from Microsoft Research.