Posted by Chris Alcock on Tuesday 12th May 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
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Posted by Chris Alcock on Monday 11th May 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
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Posted by Chris Alcock on Friday 8th May 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Wizards and warriors, part four – Eric Lippert continues his series looking at the use of the type system to model situations, and explores the use of dynamic to implement double dispatch
- C#/.NET Little Wonders: Indexer Initializer Syntax – James Michael Hare shares another of his little wonders series with a look at the new Indexer Initializer syntax in C#6 which while seemingly similar to the previous collection initializers for things like dictionaries actually works differently under the hood.
- DDD – Special scenarios, part 1 – Gabriel Schenker continues this series of posts looking at Domain Driven Design, sharing a look at how DDD can be used to solve two different specific scenarios
- Restival Part 3: Hello, World! – Dylan Beattie continues his series looking at the building of RESTful services using different frameworks, following on from last times look at routing with a look at default parameters for routes in the different frameworks,
- Getting Started with Aurelia and TypeScript – Rob Eisenberg shares a post from Mike Graham which looks at the use of TypeScript with Aurelia
- Implementing a content security policy with NWebsec, Azure Table Storage and Raygun – Troy Hunt takes a look at using Content Security Policy to restrict where a web page can make requests to, meaning that if the site is compromised with XSS then there is a limit on what the site can actually do in terms of connecting to other services.
- Link and Script Tag Helpers in MVC6 – Dave Paquette shares a more detailed look at the Script and Link Tag Helpers in ASP.NET MVC 6 which provide Globbing, CDN and CacheBusting features.
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Posted by Chris Alcock on Thursday 7th May 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
Update: Removed the spurious second link to Scott Hanselman’s post – thanks to Sandip for letting me know in the comments
- Anyone want to help maintain VSTOContrib? – JakeGinnivan is looking for someone to take over the running of the VSTOContrib package, a library which makes building Office Addins more pleasurable and allows you to use good programming practices such as MVVM and DI/IoC
- DDD East Anglia – DDD East Anglia returns this year with the conference taking place on Saturday 26th September at the West Road Concert Hall in Cambridge. As usual there will be a call for speakers with submissions starting on 1st June.
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Posted by Chris Alcock on Wednesday 6th May 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Announcing FsLab: Data science package for Mono and .NET – Tomas Petricek announces the release of FsLab, a cross platform .NET and Mono based package for doing data science, with built in support for reading from data in a variety of formats, santising and aligning data and building visualisations
- SQL Server 2016 public preview coming this summer – The SQL Server Team announce plans for a SQL Server 2016 Public Preview release in the summer, and share some details of what we can expect from SQL 2016
- Office 2016 Public Preview now available – Jared Spataro announces the availability of the Office 2016 Preview release
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Posted by Chris Alcock on Tuesday 5th May 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Wizards and warriors, part three – Eric Lippert continues his tale of strong typing and object modelling, looking at where to site methods in this particular problem
- Little Puzzlers – Positive Integer to Roman Numerals – James Michael Hare share another of his ‘Little Puzzlers’ problems, this time a problem about representing numbers as Roman Numerals is the challenge.
- Restival Part 2: All Aboard The Routemaster – Dylan Beattie continues his series looking at comparing and contrasting multiple REST frameworks – taking a look at routing in this part.
- MSDN Magazine – May 2015 Issue – The May 2015 Edition of MSDN Magazine is available now, with a bumper crop of articles on aspects of Visual Studio 2015, Windows 10 and the various frameworks announced / released at Build, along with the usual columns.
- Akka – A peak into the parallel cloud – Malisa Ncube gives an introduction to the Actor framework Akka.NET and its use in building applications which run in parallel in the cloud.
- From the MVPs: Application Design: Going Stateless on Azure – Microsoft Press – Site Home – MSDN Blogs – Kim Spilker of Microsoft Press shares a guest post from Punit Gashani looking at building stateless applications and services on the Azure platform
- Start Your Transpilers – K.Scott Allen discusses the evolution of the ECMAScript specifications, and the features in the languages, and recommends that people consider working with Transpilers which take ECMAScript to browser compatible ECMAScript or compilers such as TypeScript to develop applications
- Setting up Windows 10 for IoT on your Raspberry Pi 2 – Scott Hanselman takes a look at installing Windows 10 for IoT, released as the first preview last week at Build, on a Raspbery Pi 2 device
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Posted by Chris Alcock on Friday 1st May 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Announcing TypeScript 1.5 Beta – Jonathan Turner announces the release of TypeScript 1.5’s first beta release, available for Visual Studio 2015 RC, 2013, and as source and npm distributions.
- Announcing the GitHub Extension for Visual Studio – Anthony Cangialosi announces the release of the GitHub Extension for Visual Studio, part of a new collaboration between Microsoft and GitHub to make working with GitHub, Visual Studio and Azure easier.
- GitHub Integration in Developer Assistant – Anuj Jain also highlights another GitHub related integration, this time in the Developer Assistant for Visual Studio, which contains the Bing Code Search, and now boasts an integration with GitHub bringing the number of code samples and repositories that can eb searched up to 21 million!
- GitHub Inside Your Visual Studio – Phil Haack shares the GitHub side of the story along with giving a walkthough of the setup and use of the GitHib Extension.
- Introducing the Windows 10 Apache Cordova platform – Polita Paulus announces the availability of the Apache Cordova support for Windows 10, allowing Cordova applications to target the Universal Windows Platform
- Updates for ASP.NET 4.6 – Web Forms/ MVC 5/ Web API 2 – Pranav Rastogi highlights the updates to the ASP.NET 5 Preview included in the Visual Studio 2015 RC release, covering Authentication, HTTP/2 support, Ajax Toolkit and much more
- Entity Framework and Visual Studio 2015 RC – Rowan Miller gives an update on the Entity Framework contributions to Visual Studio 2015 RC, discussing both the Entity Framework 6.1.3 and Entity Framework 7 Beta 4 releases.
- Microsoft Edge is the browser for Windows 10 – Kyle Pflug highlights the new official name of Project Spartan, highlighting the changes that this will involve, and some forthcoming events.
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Posted by Chris Alcock on Thursday 30th April 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
I both love and hate the Build conference – on one hand lots of exciting new announcments, on the other it takes me an age to put together monster editons of The Morning Brew like today’s….
Build Conference – General
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Software – Including Visual Studio
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