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Posted by Chris Alcock on 24 Nov 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
Links only today as I’m a little pressed for time…
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 21 Nov 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- New Features in C# 6 – Mads Torgersen takes us on a tour of the various new language features in C#6 including getter only auto properties, expression bodied members, string interpolation, nameof, await support in catch and finally, using static and index initializers.
- One Week of Open Source – Immo Landwerth gives a update on the .NET Core open sourcing one week on from the initial announcement, sharing thanks for the great response, looking at the interaction already occurring on the repository and discussing the next steps.
- .NET Licensing – ode to monolithic applications? – Daniel Fisher shares a look at the Licensing technology included in the ,NET Framework and used by component vendors to license controls, exploring its use, and discussing the problems encountered when working on a composite application rather than a monolithic application
- Continuous Delivery for Databases: Microservices, Team Structures, and Conway’s Law – Matthew Skelton looks at enabling continuous delivery for database and explores the impact on DBAs and databases of Conway’s Law and the architectural trend to microservices.
- Incident response – Brian Harry discusses the recent outage on Visual Studio Online caused by a wider spread Azure Storage issue, and looks at the positives of how the incident was handled, sharing useful learning for others on how to respond and handle issues
- The Art of Unit Testing 2nd Edition – A Barbaric Book Review – Jaime González García shares a look at the second edition of ‘The Art of Unit Testing’, along with some of his learning from reading the book.
- How to make ANY code in ANY system unit-test-friendly – Rico Mariani shares a simple recipe for making code testable and ensuring the stability of your code.
- Using partial application for dependency injection – Kenneth Truyers takes a look at Partial Application building on some prior posts around composition and Aspect Oriented Programming, looking how Partial Application can be applied as a part of dependency injection.
- Digging Into .NET Loop Performance, Bounds-checking, Iteration, and Unrolling – Ben M Watson explores some of the performance of looping code and digging down to the IL to further understand.
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 20 Nov 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 19 Nov 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 18 Nov 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
Posted by Chris Alcock on 17 Nov 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Microsoft Open Sources .NET – The History Behind the Announcement – Kyle Hodgson looks back over the route to Open Source that Microsoft have been on for the last 7 years.
- Hooray for Open Source .NET! – Brendan Tompkins shares his thoughts on the open sourcing announcement and on .NET as a platform for the future.
- Katana, ASP.NET 5, and bridging the gap – Pranav Rastogi discusses the changes to Katana coming in the next major release which is a part of the ASP.NET 5 release, and the work needed to upgrade OWIN components for the next version
- How Passion Saved Windows – Rob Reynolds reflects on the improvements to the Windows Platform which have parked re-adoption, especially among developers, and the role that things like PowerShell, Chocolatey, Puppet and Chef have had in this.
- Nostalgia, horror, and a very old bug – Eric Lippert reflects on an old bug in Window in an area of code he is familiar with from his time at Microsoft, linking to an analysis of what is likely wrong with the code he did for the Coverity Security Blog.
- Watch out for superficial invariants – Udi Dahan discusses the concept of a superficial invariant when domain modelling, something which appears to be an invariant initially but actually turns out to be much more complex on a deeper look.
- Feedback-Centric Development – The One Hacker Way – Ralf Westphal reviews a talk from Erik Meijer, focusing on the core idea of feedback based development, and reviewing what is necessary for this to occur
- Processing IIS ETW events using Azure Stream Analytics – Tomas Restrepo continues his series looking at the Event Tracing for Windows support included in IIS8.5 with a look at processing the events being generated using Azure Stream Analytics
- Code Coverage with Async Await – Dwayne Need takes a look at code coverage in sections of code which make use of Async/Await
Posted by Chris Alcock on 14 Nov 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
Posted by Chris Alcock on 12 Nov 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
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