- AutoMapper 3.2.0 released – Jimmy Bogard announces the release of AutoMapper 3.2.0, a release containing a number of significant improvements and new features including further improvements toLINQ Queryable extensions, improvements to RverseMap, preconditions on member mappings, and much more
- Heartbleed and static analysis – Eric Lippert discusses static analysis in the context of detecting issues like the Heartbleed vulnerability, shares some links to resources, and discusses some of the jargon used in the resources.
- F#17 : Mutable / Ref Cells & F#18 : Flow Control – Sacha Barber continues his series of posts looking at the F# language with a look at imperative programming in F#, exploring support for references and mutable data, along with traditional control flow structures.
- Exploring ASP.NET Web Pages – A fully-featured MiniBlog using just Razor – Scott Hanselman discusses the ASP.NET ‘Razor’ Web Pages, a very minimal approach to building pages on the ASP.NET Stack, which despite reputation are surprisingly powerful
- A less terrible .NET project build with NuGet – Phil Haack discusses and builds upon a post from Maarten Balliauw discussing the pain of building .NET Projects, and the possible use of NuGet to help take away the pain in providing all the bits needed to build a project.
- NCrunch and Continuous Testing: The Must-Have Setup – Eric Dietrich discusses the common root cause of objections to Test Driven Development, and looks at how a good continuous testing setup takes away that pain.
- Deconstructing A Function From Microsoft Word 1.1a – K. Scott Allen takes a look at a function from the Word 1.1a source code recently released in public and looks at a few lessons which can be learnt from it
- On configurable code – Mostafa Elhemali discusses having code which is configurable via options in your application, looking at the common problems that it causes, along with the common reasons for the need for configurability
- Tasks and awaits and Rx! (And Drones!) Oh My! – BenWilli discusses a real world use of the Reactive Extensions and Task Parallel Library in the controlling of Drone
- 5 Ways to Contribute to Open Source – It’s Not All Code – Jason Roberts discusses how there is so much more to Open Source Projects than just code, looking at some of the other ways in which you can get involved.
- My Favourite Open Source Software &Free Software and Services for Open Source Projects – Danny Tuppeny shares two lists, one of his favourite Open Source Software, and a second of some of the offerings available to Open Source projects to provide support or services to the projects.