- Roslyn (.NET Compiler Platform) should be a Black Box, Roslyn (.NET Compiler Platform) should be a Black Box, Language as Two Parts: Parser and Behavior & Roslyn (.NET Compiler Platform) As Open Source – Kathleen Dollard shares her thoughts on the .NET Compilers and the Roslyn Project, and their new status as open source.
- Quick brainteaser &Extension methods, explicitly implemented interfaces and collection initializers – Jon Skeet shares a C# Evil Code Brain Teaser, and discusses the correct answer to the puzzle.
- My thoughts on build – Bill Wagner shares his thoughts on the Build Conference announcements, recapping the main things announced.
- Heartbleed Hotel: The biggest Internet fuckup of all time – Brad Carleton highlights the HeartBleed bug which affects large parts of the internet infrastructure and discusses the concept of Open Source software being safe (er) from this type of issue due to the many eyes looking at the source.
- Heartbleed in eight minutes, what it is, it’s impact and more, Khan Academy style – Greg Duncan shares an informational video discussing the Open SSL Heartbeat (Heartbleed) security flaw.
- NuGet Package of the Week: Humanizer makes .NET data types more human – Scott Hanselman takes a look at the Humanizer library which takes standard .NET data types and returns values which are more friendly and human like
- FubuMVC Lessons Learned – Magic Conventions, Russian Dolls, and Ceremonial Code – Jeremy D Miller follows on from his decision to discontinue work on FubuMVC with a look at some of the lessons learned in creating the project.
- Debugging support for .NET Native Preview apps – Daniel Moth discusses the updated debugging engine which provides the capabilities to debug the .NET Native applications
- Microsoft Azure Load Balancing Services – Marios Zikos discusses the Windows Azure loadbalancing capabilities and discusses the configuration of the various techniques available to spread load.
- Microsoft Azure Storage @ BUILD 2014 – The Windows Azure Storage team share a round up post of all the things that they released and announced at the Build 2014 conferece.
- Push Notifications Using Notification Hub and .NET Backend – Henrik F Nielsen takes a detailed look at the Notification Hub and .NET backend services for registering devices and sending notifications to devices