- Moving to the .NET Framework 4.5.2 – The .NET Team announce their future support plans for the .NET 4.5.x series of releases, along with offering a hint that .NET vNext will be released next year (2015)
- Stay up-to-date with Internet Explorer – Roger Capriotti of the Internet Explorer Team discusses the importance of keeping up to date with your browser versions and outlines the plans for future support, giving the versions supported post 12 January 2016.
- IntelliTrace standalone collector is back! – Angelos Petropoulos highlights the re-introduction of a standalone collector for IntelliTrace which allows you to capture IntelliTrace information on machines without the full IDE.
- Getting traces for .NET apps when you cannot modify the application and don’t want to use more than one machine – Daniel Bagley is also looking at tracing, exploring how you can capture network tracing information using just .NET Traces and Fiddler
- Puppet: Getting Started On Windows – Rob Reynolds continues his look at Puppet, walking through getting it installed, set up and performing some operations via the puppet commandline.
- Learn how to create a queue, place and read a message using Azure Service Bus Queues in 5 minutes – Bruno Terkaly shares the first of two parts looking at the Azure Service Bus walking through the setup of a simple application to push and pull messages from the bus.
- Caffeinated Usability – Sharon Cichelli uses examples from a coffee machine to discuss usability and microinteractions in software
- DDD East Anglia Registration – DDD East Anglia opens its registrations for the event on 13th September 2014 this afternoon (1pm UK 8th August)