- November 2014 .NET Security Updates – The .NET Framework team highlight the latest security patch for he framework to address and Escalation of Privilege issue
- Features of ES6 Part 10: Behind The Class – K. Scott Allen continues his series exploring the EcmaScript 6 standard with a look at the benefits and capabilities of the new Class keyword
- Azure Service Bus Performance – Http Batch send – Sharad Cornejo Altuzar takes a look at getting good performance from the Azure Service Bus using batch sending over HTTP to improve throughput of your queue based applications
- Announcing improvements to the Enterprise Mode Site List – Nicole Berdy of the Internet Explorer Team announces the latest batch of improvements to the Enterprise Mode in Internet Explorer 11’s November update
- The ‘Synthesize the Experts’ Anti-Pattern – Erik Dietrich shares some sage advice on attempting to ‘borrow’ knowledge and practice from a range of sources – something to bear in mind.
- Avoid async void methods – Phil Haack discusses the danger of methods which are ‘async void’, looking at the problems they cause and also how to find them in your code base.
- IDisposable: What Your Mother Never Told You About Resource Deallocation – An old article here from Stephen Cleary which I cam across again yesterday – well worth reading to better understand the IDisposable pattern.
- Angular 1.3 and Breaking Change for Controllers – Shawn Wildermuth highlights a potential gotcha for people upgrading to Angular 1.3 due to a breaking change to how some people create their controllers.
- Save the date! Connect(November 12 & 13); is almost here – The Visual Studio Team highlight their Connect event being held over the next two days, with keynotes from Scott Guthrie, S. Somasegar, Brian Harry, and Scott Hanselman today.