Posted by Chris Alcock on Monday 7th March 2016 at 09:34 am | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- The week in .NET – 3/1/2016 – Bertrand Le Roy shares the latest goings on in the .NET world, including a look at SKiaSharp the 2D drawing API based on Googles Skia library, and Docfx a documentation generation tool
- Introduction to ASP.NET Core 1.0 video – Simone Chiaretta shares a video tutorial looking at ASP.NET Core 1.0, discussing installation, creation of command line tools and websites using the new technology stack.
- Localization in ASP.NET Core 1.0: Pluralization Syntax – Hisham Abdullah Bin Ateya continues this series of posts looking at the Localization capabilities of ASP.NET Core 1.0, in this part discussing pluralization, a feature which isn’t in the framework, but looks at how to achieve some support using the framework as is.
- Lean UX, Atomic Design and Angular – A Flexible Front-end Architecture for Developing Web Applications: Part IV – Jaime González García continues this series, kicking off the development of the sample application using the traditional way of building an Angular JS application
- Better single-page apps with ASP.NET MVC 6 – Steve Sanderson NDC2016 – Kevin Logan highlights a conference session from NDC 2016 where Steve Sanderson discusses building better single page applications in ASP.NET MVC 6, and Kevin adds his thoughts in this post.
- "The Goal" and "The Phoenix Project" – Eric Gunnerson shares two book recommendations for learning more about lean practices in software development. I read (and enjoyed) "The Phoenix Project" a couple of years ago,so can highly recommend that one, and I’ll have to check out "The Goal"
- Who Needs GitHub? Run GitLab on a USB Stick with Docker – Elton Stoneman takes a look at running your own private Git ‘Server’ on your machine running from a USB stick giving you portability and backup of your repository with local storage performance.
- CQRS with Decoupled Messaging – Part I, CQRS with Decoupled Messaging – Part II, CQRS with Decoupled Messaging – Part III, CQRS with Decoupled Messaging – Part IV & CQRS with Decoupled Messaging Part V – Rishabh S Ajmera shares a series of posts looking at the theory and application behind Command Query Responsibility Separation using messaging.
- Altar – Eric Lippert continues his look at implementing the Zork game engine with Ocaml, exploring lists in this post.
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