Posted by Chris Alcock on Thursday 28th May 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- What’s New in SQL2016 CTP2 Release – The Master Data Services Blog highlights the new features in the SQL Server 2016 CTP2 release, focusing on the Master Data Services features, including on by default data compressions, SQL Server agent index and log maintenance jobs and improved security.
- Publishing an ASP.NET 5 app to Docker on Linux with Visual Studio – Scott Hanselman takes a look at the use of the Visual Studio Docker extension which enables you to build Docker images for ASP.NET Web Applications which can be deployed to Azure.
- RyuJIT and .NET 4.6 – Bruce Forstall gives an update on the RyuJIT Project, including advice for anyone switching from the CTP releases to the .NET 4.6 release, and highlighting the open source code for RyuJIT
- Customizing the ASP.NET Identity Data Model with the Entity Framework Fluent API – Part 1 – Jonathan Brown takes a look at extending the entities used for ASP.NET Identity using fluent mappings for Entity Framework.
- Using CodeDOM to Automate Technical Screening Evaluation – Eli Weinstock-Herman takes a look at using the CodeDOM to dynamically compile, normalise and execute tests as part of an interview screening process.
- ASP.NET 5 How to Easily Add New Bower Dependencies – Matt Smith takes a look at the basics of the Bower package management system when used with ASP.NET Applications, discussing why bower can be a better choice for front end libraries than NuGet due to the number of libraries which are packaged in this way.
- Small Grunt.js examination – Sacha Barber takes a look at the use of Grunt as part of the ASP.NET vNext toolbelt, exploring some of the more common tasks it can perform.
- Setting up Github with Visual Studio Code on OSX – Michael Crump continues his look at the trimmed down Visual Studio Code IDE, exploring integration with GitHub
- Interactive ASP.NET Resource Linking and Editing with Westwind.Globalization – Rick Strahl discusses the workflow for globalising an application, and the importance of easy editing of resources, highlighting what he has set out to achieve in his latest revision of his WestWind.Globalization library.
- Visual Studio Time Saver – Presenting code in PowerPoint – Susan Ibach shares another Visual Studio tip, this time about including code in presentations, and highlights a Visual Studio extension which can make this even easier.
- Ask me anything! – Eric Lippert is featuring in a ‘programmerchat’ reddit Ask Me Anything this Friday (29th), where you can ask him questions on anything, so if you have a question on the C# language, programming in general (or even smelting metal in a home foundry) now is your chance.
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Posted by Chris Alcock on Wednesday 27th May 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Event sourcing revisited – Gabriel Schenker continues his series revisiting various technology approaches with a discussion of Event Sourcing and how he applies this pattern to building Line of Business Applications
- A different copy-paste error – Eric Lippert discusses a recently identified error in the C# Specification, the meaning of the error and how it probably came about
- Evolving ASP.NET Apps – Load Testing – David Paquette continues his series looking at modernising an ASP.NET application, exploring an approach to load testing the application using the tooling in Visual Studio.
- Debugging Tips and Tricks – Andrew Hall highlights some recent talks on the debugging features of Visual Studio and shares a look at some of the features provided in the IDE
- ChessTDD 36: Acceptance Tests for Queen Movement – Erik Dietrich continues his step by step video series looking at his building of a Chess game using Test Driven Development, continuing with acceptance testing of the carious pieces and fixing bugs discovered along the way
- Using TypeScript with Visual Studio Code on OSX – Michael Crump looks at getting up and running with TypeScript and the Visual Studio Code cross platform IDE running on Mac OSX
- 10 Awesome Features of Visual Studio Code – Sam Basu is also exploring Visual Studio Code, and shares his top 10 things about this new simplified cross platform IDE.
- ConfigR: Look Mom, No XML – Derek Comartin takes a look at the ConfigR project which allows you to configure your application using C# code
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Posted by Chris Alcock on Tuesday 26th May 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
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Posted by Chris Alcock on Friday 22nd May 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
Links Only today as I’m time constrained. Thankfully this weekend is a long weekend with Monday being a Public Holiday here in the UK, so once again there will be no Morning Brew on Monday, returning as usual on Tuesday 26th May.
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Posted by Chris Alcock on Thursday 21st May 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- WCF Client is Open Source – Ron Cain announces the open sourcing of WCF with a new project bringing a subset of WCF functionality to .NET Core
- End-to-End Hypermedia: Making the Leap – Jimmy Bogard discusses the benefits of true REST APIs whcih make use of HyperMedia, but points out that in many cases the hypermedia aspects are overkill.
- Porting an Angular 2.0 App to Aurelia – Rob Eisenberg takes a look at the process of porting an Angular 2.0 application to the Aurelia framework, providing a good look at how Aurelia does things, and where it wins out in simplicity / brevity.
- Win10 apps in .NET- common library issues – Lucian Wischik shares the second part of a series looking at building Windows 10 applications with VB, although in this part shares some general information about known issues with common libraries which may catch you in the Visual Studio 2015RC
- Packt Publishing Free Learning Library – Ricardo Peres highlights a great ‘book a day’ offer from the folks over at Packt Publisihing, where they are giving free access to a different title every day.
- Create Node Task for Visual Studio Code – Steve Michelotti discusses getting the lightweight Visual Studio Code IDE to be able to execute Node.JS using the Task Runner functionality.
- A Look at the Open Source JustDecompile Engine – Michael Crump takes a ‘getting started’ look at the newly open sourced JustDecompile Engine, walking through getting started with the code bas and making a simple change.
- Talk: architecture for a connected device+cloud app – Lucian Wischik shares slides and transcript of a talk about building connected applications which do not fall over when the user loses network connectivity.
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Posted by Chris Alcock on Wednesday 20th May 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
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Posted by Chris Alcock on Tuesday 19th May 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
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Posted by Chris Alcock on Monday 18th May 2015 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
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