March 2014

Monthly Archive

The Morning Brew #1579

Posted by on 31 Mar 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew

Clocks changing, and a bit of urgent gardening this morning means today is a links only edition….sorry.


The Morning Brew #1578

Posted by on 28 Mar 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew


The Morning Brew #1577

Posted by on 27 Mar 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew


  • Speaking JavaScript – Dr Axel Rauschmayer’s latest book, ‘Speaking JavaScript’ is available entirely on line, combining a mix of language and reference, along with historical context this looks like an interesting read. Print editions are also available from O’Reilly.
  • JavaScript Frameworks | How to Learn Them Quickly – Craig McKeachie looks at various JavaScript MV* frameworks, decomposing them into the key features of such frameworks to make learning about them easier.
  • Tips For JavaScript Promises – K. Scott Allen shares some advice for structuring your JavaScript code using Promises.
  • Back to Basics: When allowing user uploads, don’t allow uploads to execute code – Scott Hanselman discusses an important security consideration when allowing user supplied content – don’t trust it ever, and don’t whatever you do allow it to run on your server.
  • Get rid of deep null checks – Jakub Niemyjski discusses how extension methods can dramatically improve the readability of code when dealing with nested null checking
  • Reordering optimizations – Eric Lippert follows on from his previous ‘Ask the Bug Guys’ article on how locks prevent optimisations with a look at when omitting locks leads to surprising results.
  • F#11 : Sequences – Sacha Barber continues his series looking at the F# Language with an exploration of the concept and use of Sequences.
  • Git for Team Foundation Developers – Kirk Evans shares a useful summary of Git Version control, providing you with enough information to get up and running with Giit on Visual Studio Online.

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