- Optimizing associative operations – Eric Lippert takes a fascinating look at why the compiler can’t so some seemingly simple associative operation optimisations, delving into the reasoning behind it in his latest fabulous adventure in coding.
- ASP.NET 5 and Log Correlation by Request Id – Tugberk Ugurlu discusses logging in ASP.NET 5 (beta 8) and looks at the use of a request ID to allow you to correlate log messages to specific requests
- Testing out node and express without a local install or editor – Christian Heilmann looks at how using Azure App Service on a completely free trial is a great way to get a quick and easy to use Node.js development and testing environment
- NuGet Package of the Week: Microphone registers and discovers Web APIs and REST services with Consul – Scott Hanselman takes a look at the libraries Microphone and Consul and how they combine to provide a service discovery capability for WebAPI
- Nulls Break Polymorphism – Steve Smith discusses what is probably the most hated .NET Exception, and looks at how nulls break polymorphism, and how the language provides various workarounds to address the presence of nulls.
- How can we find balance between writing the right thing (BDD) and writing things right (TDD)? – Amir Barylko discusses finding the correct blend and balance in your testing strategy
- Generic UI Testing with Coded UI – Day 27 – Visual Studio 2015 – Kris Lankford rounds out post 28 in this month long series from Falafel Software on the various new and exciting features of Visual Studio 2015 and the associated .NET and other framework releases. This part looks at the development of UI tests using the Coded UI Testing framework
- David Fowler – ASP.NET 5 Deconstructed – A session recording from tretton37 of David Fowler discussing the digging into the core of ASP.NET 5
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