- Sharing code across platforms – Immo Landwerth discusses the two options both dramatically improving following announcements at Build, to producing cross platform applications with shared code
- Migrating from NHibernate to Entity Framework – Jimmy Bogard discusses a recent migration from NHibernate to Entity Framework, discussing the history of the two projects, the equivalences and equivalents between the two, discussing his motivations for the move.
- C# Vectorization with Microsoft.Bcl.Simd – Sasha Goldshtein takes a detailed look at the new BCL support for CPU Vector instructions (SIMD), looking at how you can program against a vector abstraction and have the compiler / JITer translate those into CPU instructions for your processor.
- One Reason Why NCrunch Is Worth The Cost – Ian Nelson discusses why NCrunch has become a critical part of his tooling, allowing him to be more productive as a developer by cutting the feedback cycle significantly between code and test.
- "Windows Phone 8.1 for Developers" series with 19 posts so far… – Greg Duncan highlights an impressive series of posts from Robert Hedgate, Andreas Hammar, Alexander Persson , Johan Silfversparre, Johan Olsson, Andreas Ekberg, Lars-Håkan Jönsson and Peter Mataic looking at all aspects of the Windows Phone 8.1 platform development.
- Searching for Strings in SQL Server Databases – Phil Factor takes a look at a variety of different techniques for performing searches across SQL Server databases, apart from the use of Full Text Indexing.
- ASP.NET MVC and Identity 2.0: Understanding the Basics & ASP.NET Identity 2.0: Setting Up Account Validation and Two-Factor Authorization – John Atten takes a look at the new version of the ASP.NET Identity Framework exploring its use in basic scenarios and looking deeper at how you can utilise it for validation of accounts and supplement it with two factor authentication.
- Using Page Object Models in UI Test Automation – Jason Roberts discusses some concepts in UI Test Automation discussing the role of Page Object Models, Logical Functional Models and Test Scripts.
- No Backend – Nathan Gloyn discusses the concept of ‘No Backend’ in the world of Frontend Web Applications, discussing having front end applications standing along, communicating only with existing services.
- Webinar Recording: Deconstructing Clippy – Common Issues for an Uncommon Extension – Robert Demmer shares the recording of Matt Ellis’s Webinar which looked at the construction of this year’s best April Fools Joke, the Clippy Extension for ReSharper.
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