Posted by Chris Alcock on Wednesday 10th September 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
Posted by Chris Alcock on Tuesday 9th September 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Comment commentary – Eric Lippert talks Code Comments, and using them to explain the meaning of code, drawing on examples of his code from the Roslyn code base.
- Troy Hunt: Solving the tyranny of HTTP 403 responses to directory browsing in ASP.NET – Troy Hunt discusses the 403 Forbidden error, and how it can leak information about your server setup, before looking at how to standardise the error response with other server errors to provide additional masking,
- (Cross-Post) Managing Concurrency in Microsoft Azure Storage – Jason Hogg of the Azure Storage Team discusses the techniques to manage concurrency available when working with storage
- An F# newbie using SQLite – Eric Sink shares some of his learning of F# in a post looking at working with SQLite databases, starting out with some C# code and working it into F#
- A .NET QueryString and Form Data Parser – Rick Strahl discusses the parsing of Query String and Form Post data in .NET, highlighting the cases where you might want to do this without references to System.Web, and sharing a parser implementation you can use.
- The Hidden Cost Of Estimation – Gil Zilberfeld shares thoughts on the art and science of estimation, discussing how and why we produce estimates
- Using Custom Directives in AngularJS – Jaco Pretorius takes a look at the use of AngularJS Directives to provide a powerful technique to clean up your Angular code.
- Angular Function Declarations, Function Expressions, and Readable Code – John Papa shares some techniques for cleaning up your Angular Controllers, Services and Factories which can make you code more readable.
- 5 Killer Productivity Features in Visual Studio 2013 – Michael Crump highlights his top 5 productivity improvements available in Visual Studio 2013
- Piping to notepad – Raymond Chen honours Notepad, and shares a neat little console application which allows you to pipe command output into a Notepad window.
Posted by Chris Alcock on Monday 8th September 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- New handy Visual Studio extensions – Mads Kristensen shares three little helper Visual Studio Extensions which you may find useful – one for identifying trailing white space, one for reporting of errors in the main editor window, and an add empty file extension.
Posted by Chris Alcock on Friday 5th September 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- [Announcement] ODataLib 6.7.0 Release – layla liu announces the release of the ODataLib 6.7.0 on NuGet. This release adds in a pretty impressive array of new features including additional core vocabulary terms, metadata annotation in EDM, and default Uri parsing overrides.
- Driving IE with the Web Driver Tool and Code Sample too – Greg Duncan highlights the Internet Explorer 11 Web Driver Tool which allows you to easily create automated tests which simulate the interaction of a user with a webpage
Posted by Chris Alcock on Thursday 4th September 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
Update: Corrected attribution for ‘Technical Debt 101′ below – thanks to James Gregory for letting me know.
Posted by Chris Alcock on Wednesday 3rd September 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
Update: Fixed broken HTML on Ayende’s second link – thanks to @philpursglove for letting me know
- MSDN Magazine: September 2014 – The September Edition of MSDN Magazine is now available online with articles on cloud enabling hardware, Windows Store application development, Universal App Development, Unity Game Development, and much much more.
- ZeroMQ #6 : Divide And Conquer – Sacha Barber continues his series looking at ZeroMQ, having covered the basics now looking at a variety of common patterns used with ZeroMQ from a .NET perspective.
- Features Of ES6 Part 5: The Spread – K. Scott Allen continues his series looking at the new features of ECMAScript 6 with a look at another of the new operators introduced which allows for an array to be expanded into individual parameters.
- RavenDB 3.0 – Production dog fooding & Dogfood sometimes doesn’t taste so good – Ayende shares his recent experiences of DogFooding RavenDB 3.0 in a production environment explaining why this form of testing is so important for your own software.
- ASP.NET vNext: Custom Project Loaders and Language Support – Roopesh Shenoy discusses the ASP.NET vNext, highlighting some of the key features, as well as looking at the language support for F# – highlighting some excellent resources on these topics along the way.
- Azure Caching: All that we need to know – Ganesh Shankaran discusses the types of caching available on the Azure Platform, and looks at some of the uses and best practices.
- Be Sure With Azure (.NET): Blob Storage – Max R McCarty takes a look at Blob Storage, giving a good overview for developers to understand this aspect of the Azure Platform.
- Introducing Event Starter Kit – Ugo Lattanzi announces an open source project called the Event Starter Kit which aims to provide a resource for anyone organising a conference or community event
Posted by Chris Alcock on Tuesday 2nd September 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
Posted by Chris Alcock on Monday 1st September 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Prepare web.config for HTML5 and CSS3 – Mads Kristensen
- ZeroMQ #5 : Sending From Multiple Sockets – Sacha Barber
- Notification Patterns in Rx, Part I: Introduction, Notification Patterns in Rx, Part II: Creating a Stream, Notification Patterns in Rx, Part III: Lossless Notifications, Notification Patterns in Rx, Part IV: Unexpected Errors & Notification Patterns in Rx, Part V: Connection Errors – Timothy Klenke
- FParsec Tutorial – Phil Trelford
- ASP.Net MVC 5 – quick tip for unobtrusive validation and Bootstrap styling – Daniel Wertheim
- Upcoming Visual Studio Webinars Series – Steven Lange
- Intro to Git and GitHub Part 2: Publishing, cloning, and forking – Tobiah Marks
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