• ASP.NET website Continuous Integration+Deployment using CruiseControl.NET, Subversion, MSBuild and Robocopy – A nice detailed article from Omar AL Zabir on using Continuous Integration tools to automate your ASP.NET site build and deployment
  • Formatting strings – Jon Skeet posts on the subject of Format Strings, and looks at how their performance suffers compared to simple concatenation, and muses over the reasons why this might be.
  • The big news from MS BI Conference are out – Mosha Pasumansky reports on some of the big news announcements about SQL Server coming from the Microsoft Business Information conference.
  • ASP.NET MVC with NHaml – F# Edition – Matthew Podwysocki takes a look at what you need to do to get ASP.NET MVC working with F# and the NHaml view engine – it looks like it takes a bit of setting up for the project, but once that is done it seems to work well.
  • Long strings in Visual Basic 2008 – Eric Nelson posts a neat trick for Visual Basic programmers who need long multiline strings – using the XML literals to make the code clearer – I wonder what if any performance penalty this incurs.
  • Preventing third-party derivation, part two – Eric Lippert continues his series on preventing developers taking derivations of your classes with a look at some metadata based ways of achieving this using security attributes.
  • Sammy The Snake: An XNA game for the Zune – Nick Gravelyn writes at length about the construction of a game for the Zune using XNA Game Studio 3.0. This is a code along article (and is quite long), but looks like a great intro if you are wanting to have a go at game development.
  • .NET 1.1 and VS2003 Mainstream Support Ends on Oct 14, 2008 – David Jung posts about the end of mainstream support for Visual Studio 2003 / .NET 1.1 – The extended support phase runs for another 5 years, so if you are still developing on .NET 1.1 you are not completely without support.
  • jBlogMvc : part 2 Editing, Deleting, Paging Posts and Rss feeds – Amr Elsehemy continues his series on building a Blogging engine on ASP.NET MVC and JQuery – this part looks at dealing with posts and the construction of RSS feeds from first principles. As usual there is a code drop included for this post.