The Morning Brew #1942

Posted by on Thursday 8th October 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew


  • A New Era of Windows 10 Devices from Microsoft – Terry Myerson shares the details of the latest hardware from Microsoft
  • Package Content and Removals – Jeffrey T. Fritz discusses some of the NuGet terms and conditions which help protect software authors and publishers, and discusses the removal of some packages
  • Getting started with Emscripten – David Voyles takes a look at Emscripten, a tool which allows you to take C/C++ code and have it run in the browser, walking through the setup and simple use of the library
  • Intercepting method calls via ES6 Proxies – Dr. Axel Rauschmayer takes a look at the ECMAScript 6 proxies feature which allows you to intercept method calls
  • .NET Generics under the hood – Alexandr Nikitin takes a detailed look at how generics work in underlying bytecode as well as discussing the performance of Generic Code
  • Inside Azure File Storage – Mark Russinovich shares details of how the Azure File Storage service works behind the scenes as well as discussing its use of SMB 3.0
  • Modules in JavaScript Circa 2015 – K.Scott Allen gives the history of Modules and variable scope in JavaScript, and discusses the adoption and use of a standard for Modules which is part of ECMAScript 2015
  • How to break your site with a content security policy: an illustrated example – Troy Hunt talks about the importance of Content Security Policies to protect your sites, and also looks at how it is easy to break your site if you set it up incorrectly
  • Introducing HLSL Tools for Visual Studio – Tim Jones announces the release of HLSL Tools for Visual Studio 2013 and 2015 Community Edition upwards. The HLSL tools provide enhanced support for working with High Level Shading Language files, enhancing the standard Visual Studio functionality.

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