- Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.2 Released – Greg Duncan highlights the release of the .NET Framework 4.5.2, the latest update to all the core APIs, including updates for ASP.NET, improvements to resizing of Windows Forms Controls, debugger improvements, widening of Event Tracing for Windows, and much more.
- .NET SDKs, Targeting Packs and Downloads Information and Links – Greg Duncan also highlights a useful reference page which provides links to the various downloads for the different versions of the .NET Framework.
- F#24 : Reflection – Sacha Barber continues series looking at the F# language, clousing our the secrion of the series looking at object oriented programming with a look at reflection, and how to go about using it in F#
- FREE Pluralsight video: "Get Involved" in community! – Scott Hanselman and Rob Conery have joined forces (again) and produced a feature length Video for PluralSight which draws on both their experiences and discusses how to out there and get involved with the developer community. The best bit is that the video is available for free.
- My Switch to Azure Websites – Shawn Wildermuth shares his experience moving all of his web hosting over to Azure Websites
- Introduction to Remote Debugging on Azure Web Sites – Jaime Espinosa discusses the new feature allowing you to remote debug against your application running in the Windows Azure Websites, sharing step by step instructions of how to get started (or stopped at a break point )
- *New* video series on Windows Store App development using Visual Basic on Microsoft Virtual Academy – Anthony D. Green highlights a new series of training videos on creating applications for the Windows Store using VB.NET
- Transient Fault Handling Application Block Simplified – Igor Vigdorchik takes a look at the Patterns and Practices Transient Fault Handling Application Block exploring how it allows you to write code which handles failures
- The Bait and Switch PCL Trick – Paul Betts shares some useful tips and lessons on the use of Portable Class Libraries, enhancing understanding of how these often misunderstood libraries work.
- TechDays Holland: "A Lap Around Azure Mobile Services" , TechDays Holland: "Windows/Phone – Building for Both" &TechDays Holland: "A Lap Around the Prism Framework for Windows Store Apps" – Mike Taulty three session recordings, from the recent TechDays Holland event, of his sessions.. Each of the videos is a high quality recording of a little over an hour each, covering interesting mobile application development topics