Update: Fixed a bit of broken HTML in the final link of the day – thanks to Stefan for letting me know via the comments
- Announcing Windows Server 2016 Containers Preview – Scott Guthrie introduced Windows Server 2016’s support for Docker Containers in the latest technical preview release, along with support on Azure for these Windows Server Containers. Scott also introduces how this all fits in with Visual Studio’s Visual Studio Tools for Docker
- New Windows Server Preview Fuels Application Innovation with Containers, Software-Defined Datacenter Updates – The Server & Cloud blog also gives the background to the new Windows Server Preview and its support for containers.
- Containers Welcome – The MSDN Reference for Windows Containers, including getting started guides for the various hosting technologies
- Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10525 – Gabe Aul announces the latest Windows Insider build of Windows 10, with improved memory management and updated colour options.
- Welcome ReSharper 9.2, ReSharper C++ 1.1 and More Ultimate Updates – Daria Dovzhikova announces a fresh update of the ReSharper Ultimate tooling, with improvements to all the tools included in the package.
- Creating Smaller, But Still Usable, Dumps of .NET Applications – Sasha Goldshtein announces MiniDumper, an open source library and command line tool which takes dumps files from .NET processes, offering full, heap only and minimal dumps
- Docker on Windows Server 2016 – Gabriel Schenker highlights the Docker side of the Windows Containers announcement with the arrival of the Docker engine for Windows.
- The Stack Overflow Tag Engine – Part 2 – Matt follows on from an older post with a look deeper into the StackOverflow tag engine, looking at how ignores and wildcards are implemented.
- Strongly-typed React (with Bridge.net) – Dan Roberts continues his explorations of programming React with Bridge.NET discussing the extending of coverage of his Bridge.NET bindings for React
- Open Source Style Guide – Aaron highlights a nice guide to running an open source project on GitHub
- Why should you care about Microsoft Edge?, Microsoft Edge – EdgeHTML interoperability, Microsoft Edge – no more legacy plug-ins and features, Microsoft Edge – keeping up to date with frameworks & libraries, Microsoft Edge – don’t do browser detection & Microsoft Edge – keeping up to date with CSS prefixes – Peter Drougge shares a 5 part series looking at the why, what and how of different aspects of the new browser from Microsoft