Update: Corrected the broken link to Raymond Chen’s article on scripting Internet Explorer – thanks to those who let me know.
- Microsoft Azure Websites WebJobs is now GA in the Microsoft Azure Platform – Magnus Mårtensson shares in the announcement of the General Availability of Microsoft Azure WebJobs
- [Announcement] ODataLib 6.8.1 Release – Layla Liu announces the release of the ODataLib 6.8.1, addressing a couple of issues, and two new features around dates and collections
- Producing combinations, part three – Eric Lippert continues his series looking at combinations of numbers, continuing with the solution begun in the previous part
- Sacrificial Architecture – Martin Fowler discusses the concept of sacrificial architecture, and the lifetime of the code we are writing today
- Disabling SSL 3 in Azure websites (and why it doesn’t look like you have) – Troy Hunt discusses th POODLE vulnerability and how you can disable SSL3 on the Azure Platform
- Career planning: Where do old devs go to? – Ayende discusses the latter stages of a developers career and asks where the older more experienced developers are now – be sure to read the comments for interesting discussions
- Scripting an Internet Explorer window – Raymond Chen takes a look at the scripting interfaces to Internet Explorer allowing you to write script code to interact with webpages inside Internet Explorer.
- A basic Katana application – ‘amateurp’ takes a look at crafting a basic application on the Katana OWIN Server.
- Domain Modeling Around Deletes or ‘Using Cassandra as a queue even when you know better’ – Ryan Svihla discusses deletes on distributed databases such as Cassandra and how using this for a queue can lead to interesting effects
- Watch AzureConf – Today (21st) is the 2014 Azure Conf, which is available to stream online with a great line up kicking off at 8am (PST)