- BDDfy V4 – Mehdi Khalili announces the release of BDDfy version 4, based on the existing project, and with over 300 commits this new version includes a substantial number of new features including Cucumber-like examples on both Fluent and Reflective APIs, self contained HTML reports, scenario Tags, along with a few breaking changes.
- Announcing codestyle.co
– Scott Dorman announces the launch of CodeStyles.co a website dedicated to odeing style guides, maintained by the community via GitHub.
- No further development on Simple.Web – Mark Rendle announces his plans to cease development on Simple.Web, explaining why the projcet existed in the first place, and why he no longer feels it is useful as the core framework includes much of what Simple.Web added.
- Conventional HTML in ASP.NET MVC: Building larger primitives – Jimmy Bogard shares the next part of his series looking at implementing forms markup using HTML5 and clean convention based code, this time looking at building on the earlier work and implementing Bootstrap forms markup
- How To Put Your Favorite Source Code Goodies on Nuget – Erik Dietrich discusses and walks through the process of using NuGet Packages to share soruce code between your own projects increasing the maintainability of your code, and reducing the need to copy and paste between projects.
- ASP.NET MVC 6: New HttpContext – Gunnar Peipman discusses the changes to HttpContext in ASP.NET MVC6, looking at the new interface and why this change has been made.
- Windows for IoT, First Impressions – Valter Minute shares a first look at the Intel Galileo board and WindowsIoT version
- New blog hosting & Micro-optimization: the surprising inefficiency of readonly fields – Jon Skeet has been having problems with his blog, and has migrated to new hosting, meaning articles like this on on micro-optimisation linked recently are now accessible again.
- Announcing the 2nd Web European Conference, next Spring, in Italy – Simone Chiaretta announces the plans for the next European Web Conference, to be held in the spring of 2015. The call for speakers is out, and if you are interested in speaking you can submit your proposal via GitHub pull Request