• Globalization, Internationalization and Localization in ASP.NET MVC 3, JavaScript and jQuery – Part 1 – Scott Hanselman kicks off a series of posts looking at internationalisation (or Iñtërnâtiônàlizætiøn as he calls it) of a ASP.NET MVC based web applications which makes use of jQuery and JavaScript, exploring the use of resource files, Globalising the JavaScript validation and jQuery Data picker using a variety of techniques.
  • Bin Deploying ASP.NET MVC 3 – Phil Haack discusses the Bin Deployment of ASP.NET MVC 3 applications for situations where your host does not have ASP.NET MVC installed in the GAC, discussing what you need to bring with you, and the tooling support.
  • Parallel programming coding guidelines – Neeraj Kaushik highlights a nice coding guidelines document from Igor Ostrovsky of the Parallel Computing Platform Group at Microsoft. The guide discusses techniques and patterns for writing good code for multi-core systems in .NET 4.
  • Project Silk Documentation Drop: New Chapters Ready for Review – Karl Shifflett highlights the next batch of chapters from the Project Silk Patterns and Practices Project, offering advice on building modern cross browser web applications
  • Internet Explorer 9 Developer Tools Deep Dive – Part 1: Introduction – Chris Bowen starts a new series of posts looking at the Internet Explorer 9 Developer Tools which serves as a blog companion to his Code Project Virtual Summit talk on HTML5/CSS3. In this first post, Chris looks at the basics of the IE developer tools, getting you familiar with the various parts of the tooling.
  • Code Metrics – Class Coupling – Zain Naboulsi takes a look at the Class Coupling Code Metrics available in Visual Studio 2010 Premium and Ultimate, exploring their use and looking at an example piece of code which illustrates the metric
  • An Introduction to Service Bus Topics – David Ingham of the AppFabric Team gives a nice introduction to the use of the AppFabric Service Bus explaining the background to the service bus pattern and looking at the code for basic use cases.
  • Getting started with Script# – John Katsiotis gives an introduction to the Script# library which allows you to write web client side interactions in C# and have them compiled down to JavaScript for use in the browser, walking through the process of using it.
  • ReSharper 6 Enhances the JavaScript Experience – Hadi Hariri shares a detailed look at the JavaScript support that is new in ReSharper 6, exploring both native JavaScript and their enhanced jQuery functionality bringing autocomplete, refactoring, code inspection and much more.
  • Why is a Y in the Windows Phone Mango Camera API – René Schulte takes a look at the camera support in Windows Phone Mango, which brings it on par with the support in Silverlight 4, discussing the PhoneCamera class API, highlighting good resources for further information, and filling a few gaps with information on the YCrCb Caputre method.
  • Automatic properties and their backing fields big difference between C# and VB.Net – Christiaan Baes highlights a subtle, but significant different to the implementation of automatic properties between VB.NET and C#, where VB allows access to the generated backing field and C# does not.