- MSDN Magazine: October 2014 – The October Edition of MSDN Magazine is now available on line, featuring articles on C#6, Unity, IoT on Azure, SQL Server, Universal App Development and the usual collection of columns
- Discontinuing Updates for Visual Studio 2010 – The NuGet Team discuss the support for Visual Studio 2010 which prevents them making use of .NET 4.5 features in NuGet and consider the dropping of support for Visual Studio 2010 in NuGet 3.
- We need your help! Glimpse vNext is coming… – Anthony van der Hoorn and the Glimpse Team appeal to the community for discussions of how users are making use of Glimpse to help shape their future roadmap.
- Thinking about delayed getters on properties in C#6.0 or after that – Miha Markic considers delayed property initialisation and looks at the features in this area which are coming in C#6
- C# 6 Cuts – Phil Trelford highlights the news of 2 features being cut from the C#6 implementation, along with looking at those features and postulating about how the C# Team o about language design
- New Features in C# 6.0 – Null-Conditional Operator – Bahrudin Hrnjica takes a look at another of the new C#6 Features which makes it easier to work with things which may be null.
- Productive Rage – A follow-up to "Implementing F#-inspired ‘with’ updates in C#" – Dan Roberts continues his series looking at the implementation of immutable types, following up on a previous post and a couple of suggestions from commenters.
- Git- Introduction and Basic Commands & Git- Integration With Visual Studio 2013 – Quick Thoughts – James Quick shares an introduction to the Git version control system, and takes a look at the way it interacts with the Visual Studio Integration.
- NServiceBus 5.0 behaviors in action: routing slips – Jimmy Bogard shares some thoughts on the implementation of stateless sagas using routing slips, and explores how NServiceBus 5 makes this easier.
- ASP.NET Web Api: Unwrapping HTTP Error Results and Model State Dictionaries Client-Side – John Atten takes a look at handling and obtaining errors in from ASP.NET Web API using the .NET Client
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