- Leveraging existing code across .NET platforms – The .NET Team highlight a new piece of tooling for Portable Code from their intern Charles Lowell. The .NET Portability Analyzer will give you details of how portable your code is, and what you can do to make it more portable.
- Channel 9 Interview – Fun with the Interns: Charles Lowell on the .NET Portability Analyzer – Beth Massi shares a Channel 9 video interview with Charles Lowell discussing the .NET Portability Analyzer
- RGRC is the new Red Green Refactor for Test First Development – Steve Smith discusses the Test Driven Development practice of Red Green Refactor, suggesting that with modern version control there should be an additional step to commit your changes at the end of the loop.
- Features Of ES6 Part 2 : const – K. Scott Allen continues his series looking at the features of ECMAScript 6 with a look at the const keyword
- React.js plays nicely with other tools and other thoughts – Jeremy D Miller discusses the React.js framework, and explores how it can play nice with other frameworks allowing you to use things like jQuery Plugins with your React Code.
- A Stroll Through Node: Introduction – Steven Edouard gives a nice introduction to Node.JS and working with Node in Visual Studio
- Puppet: Making Windows Awesome Since 2011 | Rob Reynolds – The Fervent Coder – Rob Reynolds highlights Puppet, a long standing project which makes Configuration Management on Windows easier.
- Access IIS Express Website From Remote Machine – Garry Pilkington takes a look at running applications in IIS Express and making them available over the network rather than just on the local machine.
- "Microsoft Azure [VM] 101" (Or How do I use all those MSDN Azure Credits? Or VS "14" CTP Azure VM in minutes… ) – Greg Duncan highlights a post from Northwest Cadence looking at the use of MSDN credits for Virtual Machines including learning about Visual Studio 2014 by using a VM.
- Implementing SignalR in Desktop Applications – Dieter Deysel takes a look at using SignalR in desktop applications, including a quick review of the background to SignalR
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