Posted by Chris Alcock on 27 Oct 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 26 Oct 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Peasy.NET – Aaron Hanusa shares Peasy.NET an open source (MIT licensed) Middle Tier solution for .NET
- Azure Billing Alert – Wriju Ghosh highlights a new much awaited preview feature of Azure
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 23 Oct 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Inferring from "is", part two – Eric Lippert continues his discussion of the need for casting after testing with the is operator, discussing how the compiler is unable to infer the type discussing some proposed solutions
- It’s happening – OpenSSH for Windows…from Microsoft – Scott Hanselman highlights the first release of OpenSSH for Windows from the Windows PowerShell Team, discussing how its progressing and getting involved in the community project by reporting issues.
- MSDN Magazine: Special Windows 10 Issue – Clint Rutkas highlights a special edition of MSDN Magazine entirely focusing on windows 10 Development, with development topics ranging from Visual Studio tooling through to game development
- Know your Node.js (and VS Code) – Greg Duncan highlights three Node.js development topics when working with the Visual Studio Code lightweight cross platform IDE.
- Chrome Devtools Tips & Tricks – ‘molsson’ shares some useful tips for working with the Chrom Developer Tools, revealing the power of this browser tooling.
- Reactive Extensions (Rx) – Gautham Prabhu K shares an introduction to the use of the Reactive Extensions in reactive programming using observation to handle streams of events,
- Troy’s UK (and a bit of Norway) tour dates – Troy Hunt is coming to the UK (and Norway) in January, and is sharing dates looking for any potential User Group or meet and greet opportunities while he is here
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