Posted by Chris Alcock on Tuesday 24th November 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Azure PowerShell 1.0 – David Justice announces the release of Azure PowerShell, available for install from the Web Platform Installer and featuring a number of improvements and new features across the whole Azure stack.
- Latest Microsoft Office Developer Tools for Visual Studio 2015 – Nicole Bruck highlights the release of Update 1 for the Office Developer tools for Visual Studio 2015, as well as a preview of the next release of the tooling
- ASP.NET 5 Node Services – Ricardo Peres shares a look at Node Services, a Microsoft project which was demonstrated at the MVP Summit by Steve Sanderson, which provides a bridge between ASP.NET 5 and Node.js
- Automating and Customizing the Visual Studio 2015 Install – Tim Sneath shares details of a the not particularly obvious setup options available for the Visual Studio 2015 Installer and looks at how you can automate aspects of the install
- Aurelia Beta Week – Day 5 – Aurelia Interface – With all the Connect noise last week I managed to miss the Aurelia beta release, and its corresponding week of posts – well worth checking out the series and also the beta release of Aurelia
- Playing with synchroninzation barriers – Raymond Chen discusses Synchronization Barriers, discussing how they work, what they are used for, and providing a real world analogy in both story form and also code implementation.
- Embedding Chrome in your C# App using CefSharp – H. Gupta takes a look at hosting the Chrome rendering engine inside a C# application using CefSharp, walking through a sample application
- What I Want From An ASP.NET 5 Development Environment – Khalid Abuhakmeh shares his thoughts on the ideal ASP.NET 5 development environment
- Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software – Microsoft Press share their deal of the week, with a significant mark down on the ebook of CODE by Charles Petzold – This is probably one of my favourite technology related books I’ve read in the past couple of years, and is excellent ‘back to basics’ reading for any developer.
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