- A new search experience on the Gallery – Andrew Stanton-Nurse and the NuGet Team discuss their recently deployed improvements to the search experience witih the NuGet Gallery
- Open Source is a thankless job. We do it anyway – Scott Hanselman discusses the many difficulties of the open source community and the types of problems that are often encountered by the developers of open source software.
- How to create Universal applications with Azure Mobile Services that leverage push notifications and database insertion and data retrieval – Bruno Terkaly shares a labs session on the production of Universal Applications which make use of Microsoft Azure Mobile Services features
- Reading from a queue in an Azure WebJob – Jeff Putz discusses the use of Azure Queues from within the recently launched Azure Web Jobs framework, sharing the experiences he gained by building a sample.
- Write Less MVVM ViewModel Boilerplate Code with T4 – Jason Roberts discusses the use of T4 templates to generate much of the standard code required to perform MVVM behaviours
- Debugging Deeper through Reference Source – Rion Williams takes a look at the .NET Reference Source, and how it allows you to investigate down into framework code when you are debugging in Visual Studio
- jQuery – .bind(), .live(), .delegate(), .on() ( and also .unbind(), .die(), .undelegate(), .off() ) – Shemeer NS takes a look at the Event Handler support methods provided in JQuery and examines their uses.
- Escape from Windows XP, Now a Game – Jonathan Rozenblit highlights a light hearted game ‘celebrating’ the end of life of Windows XP
- Making Better Use of the NHibernate HiLo Generator – Ricardo Peres shares a look at some best practices for working with the NHibernate HiLo Identity Generator
- Heartbleed Explanation – XKCD provides the simplest and most straightforward explanation of the Heartbleed security vulnerability
- Information on Microsoft Azure and Heartbleed – Andrew Cushman gives an update on Microsoft Azure’s status with regard to the Heartbleed security vulnerability.
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