- Announcing a simplified browser-based authoring and configuration experience for Load Testing – Charles Sterling shares a look at the web based experience for developing, and configuring load tests on the cloud based load service
- Regular Expression Support in ReSharper 9 – Dmitri Nesteruk and the ReSharper Team show off new functionality in ReSharper 9 which provides insight into Regular Expressions, making reading easier with expression syntax highlighting, and authoring easier with code completion and error highlighting
- Producing combinations, part five – Eric Lippert presses on with his series looking at creating combinations of values with a look at the ordering of the combinations produced
- Enumerating the ways of distributing n balls into k boxes – Raymond Chen is also taking a look at combinations of values exploring combinations of indistinguishable balls in distinguishable boxes
- Career planning: Mine – Ayende continues his series of posts discussing careers, sharing a look at his career over the past 15 years, sharing some of the things he has learned along the way
- 5 Ways Software Developers Can Become Better at Estimation – John Sonmez discusses some of the things we as developers can do do get better at the very important skill of estimation
- Software development must deliver on budget – always – Ralf Westphal discusses the importance in delivering software on budget
- AngularJS 2.0 Details Emerge – David Iffland shares some of the first details in a while of Angular 2.0 from announcements at the ng-europe conference.
- How Google broke the OSS compact with Angular 2.0 – John V Petersen shares his frustrations with Angular 2.09 being developed somewhat behind closed doors with no communication about what the overall approach and product looks like
- Simple.Data 2.0 fundraiser – Mark Rendle discusses the development of Simple.Data 2.0 and his technique of motivation which is having something to look forward to when the work is done.
- TDD & Conway’s Game of Life – Jeremy Clark takes a look at Test Driven Development practices by creating an implementation of Conway’s Game of Life.
- .NET Binary Reverse Engineering: Part 1, .NET Reverse Engineering: Part 2 & .NET Reverse Engineering: Part 3 – Ajay Yadav takes a detailed look at reverse engineering in .NET working back from the compiled binary assembly, through MSIL and back to recognisable code in C# of VB.NET
- ".NET Serializers Comparison Chart" – Six Serializers compared – Greg Duncan highlights a useful comparison of the 6 most common serialisers used in .NET Code
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