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This article shows how to implement an AngularJS application with require.js that is loading the JavaScript files when it is required.

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Several months ago we decided to ramp up the RavenDB on Linux migration effort, and hired a full time developer to do just that. We started this with great hopes, mostly because we were able to get Voron to run on Linux in a reasonable amount of time. But RavenDB is several orders of magnitude bigger than Voron, and we run into a lot more complexities along the way. In particular, and I am not quite sure how to put it nicely, the entire environment is pretty unstable. Our target was Mono –...

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Information Doing Terrible Things To Your Code – Jeff Atwood What is DNX? – Clive Tong Debugging .NET Native Windows Universal Apps – Andrew B Hall Universal Windows apps in .NET – Lucian Wischik Visual Studio Customer Feedback Channels – The Visual Studio Blog – Kevin Lane Disable Prefer 32 bit – Rory Primrose The […]

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In this article you will learn about the MVVM Pattern.

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Information Announcing NuGet 3.1 with Support for Universal Windows Platform – Jeffrey T. Fritz Building Apps for Windows 10 with Visual Studio 2015 – S.Somasegar Debugging .NET Native Windows Universal Apps – Andrew B Hall IntelliTrace, method call information, and Edit and Continue – Angelos Petropoulos New regular expression features in ECMAScript 6 – Dr. […]

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A customer gave us a call about a failure they were experiencing in their production environment. They didn’t install the license that they purchased for some reason, and when they tried to install that, RavenDB will not run. There is what this looked like: Once I had all those details, it was pretty easy to figure out what was going on. I asked the client to send me the Raven.Server.exe.config file, just to verify it, and sure enough, here are the problematic lines: add...

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Information RyuJIT Bug Advisory in the .NET Framework 4.6 – Rich Lander .NET Lifecycle, Roadmap, and Announcements – Joe Irizarry & Reed Robison Getting Started with Windows 10 – Scott Hanselman Differences between Windows 10 Home, Pro, Enterprise and Education Editions – Scott Ge Introducing TypeScript npm nightlies – Jonathan Turner A Complete List of […]

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I just finished writing the following code, the time is 2 AM local time, and I am chasing a conceptual issue deep in the guts of Voron (RavenDB’s internal storage system). By any measure of the word, this code should frighten anyone who reads it. For what I think can we can all safely assume are self evident reasons. So why am I so very happy about this kind of code? Because the output of this code is this: This is pretty trivial tree view for internal data structures inside of Voron. But...

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Software EF7 Beta 6 Available – Rowan Miller Visual Studio Tools for Unity 2.0 – Jb Evain Information Why you should wait on upgrading to .Net 4.6 – Nick Craver "Sideways overriding" with partial methods – Jon Skeet Getting Your Build Server Ready for VS 2015 – James Chambers Little Puzzlers – List all anagrams […]

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The background for this post: Recently I got an email from a startup founder about a service that they are offering. It so happened that this service matched something that I was actually considering doing, so I was very happy to try it out. I registered, and on two separate occasions I attempted to use the service for its intended purpose. I wasn’t able to do that. I got some errors, and I’m not sure if it was data validation or plain errors. After getting in touch with the founder in...

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Software CSLA .NET version 4.6 just around the corner – Rockford Lhotka ReSharper 9.1.3 to the Rescue – Jura Gorohovsky – JetBrains Information Swapping type-safety for high performance using compiler directives & F# decompiled into C# – Scott Wlaschin "No such interface supported" in Visual Studio 2015 on Windows 10 – Charles Willis Win2D 0.0.23 […]

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In response for my previous post, Eric had the folowing comment (well, tweet): I guess some baskets last longer or some eggs don't seem to rot e.g. C, C++, SQL, Java*, etc And that is true, in some sense of the word. In other words, there isn't any expected shortage of C or C++ opportunities anywhere in the medium to long future. The problem is that this isn't the same language, framework or enviornment over time. In the late 90s / early 2000s I was deep into C++. I read Effective C++ and More...

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This one is a pretty recent one. A customer complained about high memory usage in RavenDB under moderate usage. That was a cause for concern, since we care a lot about our memory utilization. So we started investigating that, and it turned out that we were wrong, the problem wasn’t with RavenDB, it was with the RavenDB Client Library. The customer had a scenario where 100% of the time, after issuing a small number of requests (less than ten), the client process would be using hundreds of MB,...

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On Sunday, there was a news program about how tough it is to find work after 40s. It was full of the usual stuff about employers only looking for young people who can work 30 hours days*, and freezing out anyone too old for their taste, etc. This is a real problem in many cases, and one that I find abhorrent. Not the least because I plan to have a long career in my chosen field, and I really don’t like the idea of having a certain age after which I should be shuffled off to do data entry...

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In this chapter I go over all the details of map/reduce. Both in terms of what you need to use it, and how it actually works in the RavenDB engine. You can download it using the following link. We now have PDF, Kindle and ePub versions available.

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Today is a big day with major release announcements for Visual Studio 2015, Visual Studio 2013 Update 5, and .NET Framework 4.6. All these releases have been covered in great detail on Soma’s Blog, Visual Studio Blog, and .NET Blog.  Join us online for the Visual Studio 2015 Release Event, where you can see Soma, Brian Harry, Scott Hanselman, and many other demo new Visual Studio 2015 features and technologies. This year, in a new segment called “In The Code”, we share how a team of Microsoft...

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In my previous post, I explained an API design that give the user the option to perform an immediate operation, use the default fire and forget or use an explicit bulk mechanism. The idea is that most operations are small, and that the cost of actually going over the network is going to dominate the cost of the entire operation. In this case, we want to give the user the option of selecting the “I want to know the operation completed” or “I just want to try the best, I’m fine if there is a...

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In RavenDB 4.0 (yes, that is quite a bit away), we are working on additional data types and storage engines. One of the things that we’ll add, for example, is the notion of gossiping distributed counters. That doesn’t actually matter for our purposes here, however. What I wanted to talk about today is the problem in making small updates over a network. Consider the counters example. By far the most common operations are some variant of: counters.Increment(name, 1); Since the database is...

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The Power BI visuals project provides a set of visualizations that you can use to extend the capabilities of Power BI.

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You can now create ASP.NET Docker containers from within your Visual Studio IDE with the release of Visual Studio 2015 Tools for Docker.

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Learn more about yesterday's announcement from the Microsoft Azure team regarding the Azure Resource Usage and Rate Card API.

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Organizations moving to the cloud can achieve significant cost savings.  But to achieve the maximum benefit you need to be able to accurately track your cloud spend in order to monitor and predict your costs. Enterprises need to be able to get detailed, granular consumption data and derive insights to effectively manage their cloud consumption. I’m excited to announce the public preview release of two new Azure Billing APIs today: the Azure Usage API and Azure RateCard API which provide...

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Learn more about how the CQRS pattern works and in which scenarios it is appropriate.

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Learn more about what developers should look forward to seeing in the coming years.

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I’m very excited to announce the general availability release of Azure Premium Storage. It is now available with an enterprise grade SLA and is available for everyone to use. Microsoft Azure now offers two types of storage: Premium Storage and Standard Storage. Premium Storage stores data durably on Solid State Drives (SSDs) and provides high performance, low latency, disk storage with consistent performance delivery guarantees. Premium Storage is ideal for I/O-sensitive workloads - and is...

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In a mobile first, cloud first world, every business needs to deliver great mobile and web experiences that engage and connect with their customers, and which enable their employees to be even more productive.  These apps need to work with any device, and to be able to consume and integrate with data anywhere. I'm excited to announce the release of our new Azure App Service today - which provides a powerful new offering to deliver these solutions.  Azure App Service is an integrated service...

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Learn more about the most radical changes to the popular web development framework in its 15 year history.

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The first preview release of ASP.NET 1.0 came out almost 15 years ago.  Since then millions of developers have used it to build and run great web applications, and over the years we have added and evolved many, many capabilities to it.  I'm excited today to post about a new release of ASP.NET that we are working on that we are calling ASP.NET 5.  This new release is one of the most significant architectural updates we've done to ASP.NET.  As part of this release we are making ASP.NET leaner,...

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Today we released a number of great enhancements to Microsoft Azure. These include: Machine Learning: General Availability of the Azure Machine Learning Service Hadoop: General Availability of Apache Storm Support, Hadoop 2.6 support, Cluster Scaling, Node Size Selection and preview of next Linux OS support Site Recovery: General Availability of DR capabilities with SAN arrays I've also included details in this blog post of other great Azure features that went live earlier this month: SQL...

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On March 2nd I'm doing an Azure event in London that you can attend for free.  I'll be speaking for about 2.5 hours and will do an end-to-end walkthrough of Microsoft Azure, show off a bunch of demos of great new features/capabilities, and talk about some of the improvements coming out over the next few months. You can sign-up and attend the event for free (while tickets last - they are going fast).  If you are interested sign-up now.  The event is being held at the Mermaid Conference &...

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Dig into writing diagnostics as Ted Neward and Joe Hummel show how to use the open source .NET Compiler Platform (formerly known as "Roslyn") to write language tools when developing for the platform.

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Can the .NET Compiler Platform change what it means to write a Microsoft .NET Framework API? Learn about diagnostic analyzers, a key new feature of Visual Studio 2015 that lets a NuGet package introduce custom warnings and errors to your build.

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Today we released a number of great enhancements to Microsoft Azure. These include: Premium Storage: New Premium high-performance Storage for Azure Virtual Machine workloads RemoteApp: General Availability of Azure RemoteApp service SQL Database: Enhancements to Azure SQL Databases Media Services: General Availability of Live Channels for Media Streaming Azure Search: Enhanced management experience, multi-language support and more DocumentDB: Support for Bulk Add Documents and Query...

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This week we are holding our Connect() developer event in New York City.  This is an event that is being streamed online for free, and it covers some of the great new capabilities coming with the Visual Studio 2015 and .NET 5 releases.  You can watch the event live as well as on-demand here. I just finished giving the opening keynote of the event during which I made several big announcements: Announcing the Open Sourcing of the .NET Core Runtime and Libraries Over the last several years we...

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The last three weeks have been busy ones for Azure.  Two weeks ago we announced a partnership with Docker to enable great container-based development experiences on Linux, Windows Server and Microsoft Azure. Last week we held our Cloud Day event and announced our new G-Series of Virtual Machines as well as Premium Storage offering.  The G-Series VMs provide the largest VM sizes available in the public cloud today (nearly 2x more memory than the largest AWS offering, and 4x more memory than...

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Sometimes the simplest approach is best, as Ted Neward illustrates with the Growl notification utility, which makes it easy for developers to add reliable notificiations to their software.

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Get the lowdown on better management of windows and tiles, new project templates, updated and new HTML and XAML controls, new networking and security APIs, and much more.

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