- Visual Studio "14" CTP – S.Somasegar kicks off the announcements of the availability of the first Community Technology Preview release of Visual Studio 14 which will likely culminate in a release in 2015. This release already contains all the ASP.NET vNext, Roslyn Compiler and new C++ 11 and 14 features.
- The first Visual Studio "14" CTP – Brian Harry highlights the Visual Studio vNext CTP release, and also explains why there is no corresponding TFS release
- Visual Studio "14" CTP now available – John Montgomery of the Visual Studio team highlights the CTP release, and shares links to further information about the various aspects of the release.
- Visual Studio "14" CTP Now Available & Visual Studio "14" CTP Now Available – The C# and VB.NET teams share in the announcement highlighting some of the new functionality made possible by Roslyn.
- Announcing web features in Visual Studio"14" CTP – Xinyang Qiu shares a taste of the new web development related features included in the Visual Studio 14 CTP release
- ASP.NET vNext in Visual Studio "14" CTP – Pranav Rastogi shares a detailed look at the ASP.NET vNext features included in the CTP Release of Visual Studio 14, walking through in detail the use of ASP.NET vNext
- Visual Studio 14 CTP and Entity Framework – Rowan Miller shares a look at the places where Entity Framework appears in the Visual Studio 14 CTP release, along with warning about the areas which don’t yet work fully.
- Visual Studio "14" CTP – Eric Battalio shares the details of the substantial number of new features included in the Visual Studio 14 CTP for the C++ Developer
- DartVS – Dart Support for Visual Studio – Danny Tuppeny shares his latest Visual Studio Extension which brings the first phases of support for the Dart programming language to the Visual Studio IDE
- ASP.NET vNext Blog Post Series – Soe Tun kicks off a series of small posts on some of the exciting areas of the ASP.NET vNext project – looking at the support for POCO MVC Controllers in this post.
- Don’t Trust the DOM – Craig Gidney discusses the importance on not relying on the state stored in the DOM as things can tinker with it and corrupt it which will ultimately cause problems
- NuGet Package Download Stats – The NuGet team discuss the current statistics for Packages, and how currently there are problems with the counts, along with discussing what the different counters mean, and when they will be trustworthy again.
- Accessing Visual Studio Online from YOUR Azure Account – Now we can with this new PaaS offering | John V. Petersen – John V Petersen takes a look at the new support for linking Visual Studio Online and Azure accounts, giving a powerful combination of development platform and infrastructure platform.
- ServiceStack 4 HTTP Utilities: Contract Testing – Kyle Hodgson takes a look at some of the testing support for HTTP based interactions included in ServiceStack.
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