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Posted by Chris Alcock on 24 Aug 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
Next Monday (31st August) is a public holiday here in the UK, and as the unofficial Morning Brew rules dictate, there shall be no edition then. Furthermore I will be taking most (if not all) of September off from publishing the Morning Brew – the first break in publication since I started back in 2008.
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 21 Aug 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 20 Aug 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
Update: Fixed a bit of broken HTML in the final link of the day – thanks to Stefan for letting me know via the comments
- Creating Smaller, But Still Usable, Dumps of .NET Applications – Sasha Goldshtein announces MiniDumper, an open source library and command line tool which takes dumps files from .NET processes, offering full, heap only and minimal dumps
- Docker on Windows Server 2016 – Gabriel Schenker highlights the Docker side of the Windows Containers announcement with the arrival of the Docker engine for Windows.
- The Stack Overflow Tag Engine – Part 2 – Matt follows on from an older post with a look deeper into the StackOverflow tag engine, looking at how ignores and wildcards are implemented.
- Strongly-typed React (with Bridge.net) – Dan Roberts continues his explorations of programming React with Bridge.NET discussing the extending of coverage of his Bridge.NET bindings for React
- Open Source Style Guide – Aaron highlights a nice guide to running an open source project on GitHub
- Why should you care about Microsoft Edge?, Microsoft Edge – EdgeHTML interoperability, Microsoft Edge – no more legacy plug-ins and features, Microsoft Edge – keeping up to date with frameworks & libraries, Microsoft Edge – don’t do browser detection & Microsoft Edge – keeping up to date with CSS prefixes – Peter Drougge shares a 5 part series looking at the why, what and how of different aspects of the new browser from Microsoft
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