• On F# and Object Oriented Guilt – Eric Sink continues his discussions of F# and his creating of a F# port of a C# structured merge tree key value database.
  • NuGet: Broken By Design – Jeff Handley reviews the history of NuGet, looking at some of the factors of its success, and some of the additional things which could be improved.
  • .NET Is Not a Black Box, Open It Up – John Bubriski discusses how it is so useful to be able to see source when debugging a problem, but that sometimes decompilation can help enough.
  • Uri behaves differently in .Net4.0 vs .Net4.5 – Daniel Wertheim highlights a difference between the .NET 4.5 and 4.0 implementations of Uri in .NET, and appeals to the community for a work around.