- New lib – Requester for Web API response validation – Daniel Wertheim shares a new testing library for testing JSON based Web APIs from C#
- “Project Astoria” – Build great Windows apps with your Android code – Ahmed Waheed highlights ‘Project Astoria’ (wasn’t that a name used in the past for an ADO project?) which is a ‘Windows Platform Bridge toolkit’ which allows building Windows phone applications using Android based code.
- Targeting the .NET Framework 4.6 RC – Rich Lander discusses targeting the NET Framework 4.6, with support for this in Visual Studio 2013, 2013, and 2015
- ChessTDD 34: Specflow for Pawn Movement – Erik Dietrich continues his series on Test Driven Development with a further look at refactoring SpecFlow tests and revealing more bugs in Pawn movements in this latest video instalment.
- Lesser-Known NHibernate Features: LINQ Extensions – Ricardo Peres highlights how you can gain support for additional Linq Extensions Methods in NHibernate queries
- Initial Thoughts on Microservices – Andrew Siemer shares his thoughts and experiences of Microservices and how a number of software development principles apply to their use.
- Using Expressions to Provide a Type-Safe Member Lookup – Mike Oberberger looks at translating expressions into member names and thereby providing a Type Safe way of referencing methods, properties and types.
- Writing and distributing Roslyn analyzers with MyGet – Maarten Balliauw discusses the writing and distribution of Roslyn Analysers using the MyGet package manager
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