Well, I’ve made it all the way to edition 2000 of The Morning Brew – that’s a lot of early starts, plenty of coffee and tea consumed in the production of the daily updates, and hopefully a lot of useful information imparted to a lot of developers.
I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all the people who have taken the time to send supportive messages and contribute links over the past year (and beyond) and to thank all the great post authors who make picking a good daily selection both difficult and easy.
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All that remains is for me to wish you all a Happy New Year, and remind you that The Morning Brew takes UK public holidays off so there will be no edition tomorrow, with the usual posting schedule returning on Monday 4th January.
- Doing One Thing with Microservices – Mark Rendle follows on from yesterday’s post looking at the ‘Do one thing well’ principle with a look at achieving that with microservices architectures
- Fluent Automated Testing – Patryk Borowa discusses approaching the ‘Edge of Feasible Maintainability’ with automated regression tests and how simple coding techniques, page object and Act Arrange Assert make clearer tests
- ASP.NET 5 Scoped Dependencies – Armen Shimoon discusses the dependency management capabilities of the ASP.NET 5 framework, looking at the provided dependency injection feautre and the different lifecycles provided, before eploring scoped dependencies in more depth
- Async await with Web Forms over multiple postbacks – Tristan9 explores a technique to execute async methods over multple page postbacks allowing work to be offloaded and recovered in another page request
- Linux Azure VM Scale Sets with shared storage using Lustre – Arsen Vladimirskiy takes a look at providing performant storage for Linux Virtual Machines on the Azure platform using Lustre
- Happy New Year 2016 around the World – Tomas Petricek shares his F# Advent Calendar contribution, a look at the world wishing each other Happy New Year, consuming and extracting tweets from a stream of tweet data and displaying it in a web application using F#
- F# advent 2015 – some fun with lambda calculus | getting #er – Carsten König explores Lambda Calculus in this F# Advent Calendar submission, exploring Church encodings and the concepts involved, building up to performing prime number tests
- De-stress with Debugging and Diagnostics – Canadian Developer Connection – Site Home – MSDN Blogs – Lachezar Arabadzhiev highlights the latest Breakpoint episode where Paul Laberge and Jonathan Rozenblit discuss debugging and diagnostics