- Visual Studio Online Update – June 10 – Brian Harry announces the latest update to Visual Studio online, including an exciting new feature bringing Pull Request support to Git Repositories
- Conduct a Git pull request on Visual Studio Online – Andy Lewis takes a more in-depth look at the new Pull Request feature in the latest update to Visual Studio online, walking step by step through the process
- dotPeek 1.2 EAP: Introducing Process Explorer – JetBrains have opened the Early Access Preview of dotPeek 1.2, which includes a new process explorer view which makes it ever easier to decompile any .NET program running on your machine
- ASP.NET vNext Moving Parts: OWIN – Louis DeJardin digs deeper into the ASP.NET vNext preview and explores how it interacts with OWIN
- Host AngularJS (Html5Mode) in ASP.NET vNext – Shaun Xu takes a look at spinning up an Angular Application hosted in a ASP.NET vNext application
- Model Options and Pristine Forms In AngularJS – K.Scott Allen takes a look at the us of Angular Directives and Model Options to bring about some quite rich functionality in quite minimal amounts of code.
- URL Rewrite- Part 1(Prerequisites) – Chiranth Ramaswamy kicks off a series of posts on URL Rewrite, looking at the basics of URL Rewriting and Application Request Routing
- Roslyn code base – performance lessons (part 2) – Matt Warren continues exploring some of the performance characteristics of the Roslyn Code base, looking at some of the ways in which the compiler aims to get the most performance by minimising the work the Garbage Collector must do.
- Analyzing Load Test Results and everything you wanted to know about load test reports – Charles Sterling highlights a series of posts from Geoff Gray looking at load testing performance data.
- All About Load Test Results and the Results DB (Part 4 – What Are the Numbers Really Telling Me?) – Geoff Gray continues this series (previous three parts linked from the post above) with Part 4 looking at the interpretation of the numbers you obtain with load testing
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