- Release v0.16.0 – scriptcs – Glen Block announces the release of the latest version of scriptcs, which includes an update to the latest Roslyn components bringing the language enhancements of C#6 to scriptcs, improvements to the REPL environment on Mono, and Visual Studio Debugging
- Azure Virtual Machine Scale Sets GA – Guy Bowerman highlights the General Availability release of Azure Virtual Machine Scale Sets which has been in preview since November, making it simpler to manage machines which are all the same in a scale set, and integrating with Azure AutoScale and load balancing
- Free eBook: Visual Studio Code – Tipps & Tricks Vol. 1 (English/German) – Oliver Sheer highlights a free e-book from Kay Giza and Tobias Kahlert looking at some of their top Visual Studio Code tips and tricks – this post is in German, but the ebook is available in both English and German.
- Notes from the ASP.NET Community Standup – April 5, 2016 – Jeffrey T. Fritz shares his notes from this weeks Community Standup event including notes on all the questions asked about the RC2 ASP.NET Release, .NET Core, and other build related topics.
- Moving to Cake (C# Make) – Laurent Kemp discusses the use of Cake a C# based Make like build tool
- Configuring ASP.NET and IIS Request Length for POST Data – Rick Strahl discusses the various places in which ASP.NET and IIS have configuration settings for controlling the request length limits for POSTed data
- PC Bot – Joe Mayo discusses the use of the newly announce Microsoft Bot Framework, announced at Build last week, taking a look at some of the code you need to write, as well as the developer experience of working with the framework.
- Bot Framework made better with Azure – Jeff Hollan also discusses the use of the Bot Framework, and discusses how combining it with Azure Services give a huge amount of capability very quickly
- Visual C++ for Linux and Raspberry Pi Development – Scott Hanselman highlights a Visual Studio Extension announced last week at build which allows you to use Visual Studio to developer C++ Code for Linux, and have it compiled, run and debugged on a remote Linux based machine (in a variety of architectures, including ARM).
- Cloud for .net – Windows Passwords, locks and keys – Seb Lambla is mid series (or serial as he terms them) looking at using the AWS Cloud for .NET hosting and development
- Setting up Ubuntu for .NET Development – Colin Angus Mackay walks through the process of getting up and running with .NET Development on Ubuntu
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