The feeds are quite quiet this week as I suspect many folks are taking a bit of time away from the keyboard over the festive period.
- The week in .NET – 12/29/2015 – Bertrand Le Roy shares a holiday edition of the weekly ‘This Week in .NET’
- Introducing NBench – an Automated Performance Testing Framework for .NET Applications – Aaron Stannard shares a nice introduction to the NBench framework, discussing how to use it to perform performance testing of NET based applications
- Revisiting 64-bit-ness in Visual Studio and elsewhere – Rico Mariani shares a detailed post discussing why shifting to 64bit is not necessary for Visual Studio, and in more general terms gives a good summary of why you should consider carefully the switch to 64bit in your applications.
- Do One Thing And Do It Well – Mark Rendle discusses the shift to more modular applications and frameworks, the principle of ‘Do one thing well’ which is common in the Unix platforms
- Introducing a simplified configuration experience for SQL Server in Azure Virtual Machines | Microsoft Azure Blog – Ninar Nuemah highlights the release of a new easier configuration process for managing the deployment of SQL Server Virtual Machines on the Azure platform
- Practical multithreading in ASP.NET – P. Marinov discusses blocking, fire and forget and background tasks in ASP.NET applications outlining techniques to perform these using framework features.
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