- APIFrame : A simple library for Web API security, exception and versioning – John PH shares APIFrame, a library for WebAPI which provides HMAC Authentication capabilities
- Announcing: Developer’s Guide to Microsoft Prism 5.0 for WPF – Jerry Nixon highlights Prism V5 for WPF, and the Developer Guide available in Mobi, ePub and PDF formats
- "It’s just a software issue"- Edge.js brings Node and .NET together on three platforms – Scott Hanselman explores Edge.JS, a library which allows you to combine Node.js code with .NET Code on both .NET and mono, providing neat interop between code on each platform.
- TDD Chess Game Part 4: Getting Organized – Erik Dietrich shares the next instalment of his series looking at building a chess game program using Test Driven Development principles
- When TDD doesn’t work – ‘Uncle’ Bob Martin discusses the applicability of Test Driven Development, along with highlighting the recent discussion / debate on the the subject.
- C# vNext language design – private protected – FamilyAndAssembly – Paulo Morgado highlights the discussion around ‘private protected’ a new access modifier being considered by the C# team, sharing some links where you can read more and share your thoughts with the C# team.
- Refactoring your CSS with LESS in Visual Studio Web Essentials – David Paquette takes a look at using the Web Essentials extension for Visual Studio to make use of the LESS CSS Processor to refactor your CSS.
- IIS Reset on Windows Azure Web Role – VarunMaker discusses why IISReset is considered harmful on Windows Azure Web Roles
- Get your libraries ready for Windows Phone 8.1 – Immo Landwerth gives the lowdown on making your libraries available to Windows Phone 8.1 including discussion of the new platform type which targets Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1
- Web Camps Training Kit, March 2014 Edition – Greg Duncan highlights the Web Camps Training Kit – a collection of presentations and resources from the recent series of Web Camp events held in March 2014, covering most of the MS Web Development stack.
- The Case Of Slow Visual Studio Startup – Alois Kraus takes a look at debugging slow startup of Visual Studio, exploring ETW, CPU time sampling and profiling techniques along the way
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