Posted by Chris Alcock on 30 Jun 2014 | Tagged as: Uncategorized
- NuGet Package of the Week: ASP.NET Web API Caching with CacheCow and CacheOutput – Continues his perpetual series looking at some of the great NuGet Packages available, exploring CacheCow a client and server caching library for ASP.NET
- Strong-typed Metadata, Code-first Metadata, Roadmap for RoslynDom, CodeFirst Strong-typed Metadata and ExpansionFirst Templates, RoslynDom and Friends – Just the Facts, Creating Strong-typed Metadata Classes & Public Annotations – Kathleen Dollard discusses metadata in programming, and looks at three projects she has been working on, RoslynDom, CodeFirst String Typed Metadata and ExpansionFirst Templates, taking a look at the problems each solves and outlining the roadmaps for the projects
- Fun with Custom C# Collection Initializers – Marius Schulz explores the use of custom collection initializers and looks at their implementation as well as the background to object and collection initialization.
- ASP.NET Identity 2.0: Customizing Users and Roles – John Atten continues his series looking at the use of ASP.NET Identity 2 with a look at extending the capabilities of ApplicationUser and ApplicationRole
- P, NP And Decision Problems (Really, It’s Not that Bad) – Erik Dietrich resumes an old series on practical maths, and expands its scope to include everything up to and including computer science, taking a look at some common classes of problems in computing
- Partial Application vs. Currying – Calvin Bottoms takes a look at partial application and currying in Haskell, looking at how such techniques are applied in functional programming
- Using `Environment.SpecialFolder` to Maximize Portability – _Noctis_ discusses how using the various Environment settings available via the Environment class will enable your applications to run in a wider range of situations,
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 27 Jun 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 26 Jun 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Glimpse 1.8.6 released – Anthony van der Hoorn announces the release of Glimpse 1.8.6, a bugfix patch release including a few new features, including an easier launch button making it ever easier to start Glimpse when you application consists of services rather than pages.
- Announcing Multilingual App Toolkit v3.1 – Cameron Lerum announces the release of the Multilingual App Toolkit version 3.1, a release containing both bugfixes and a few new features
- FeatureToggle 2.2Released – Jason Roberts announces the release of FeatureToggle 2.2 with a new HttpJsonFeatureToggle which goes an retrieves the feature toggle state from a JSON based service
- Open Sesame – Open XML SDK is now open source – Greg Duncan highlights the news of the release of the OpenXML SDK as open source software
- DDD North 2014 Announced – Andrew Westgarth announces the date and location of the 2014 edition of DDD North. The event is to be held on Saturday 18th October at the University of Leeds. Session submission is now open, so if you are interested in presenting at the conference get your proposals in.
- dotnetConf is on! Free virtual conference – The .NET Team highlight the dotnetConf virtual conference which started yesterday (Wednesday) and continues today (Thursday)
- .NET Rocks! – Show 1000 – Congratulations to Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell on hitting show 1000 of .NET Rocks – a substantial and significant milestone for what is a must listen podcast,
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