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Software Announcing FsLab: Data science package for Mono and .NET – Tomas Petricek announces the release of FsLab, a cross platform .NET and Mono based package for doing data science, with built in support for reading from data in a variety of formats, santising and aligning data and building visualisations SQL Server 2016 public preview […]

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Software Roslyn ships v1.0-rc2 with "Go-Live" license – Anthony D. Green of the Languages team announces the release of Roslyn 1.0 Release Candidate 2 which includes a Go-Live license allowing you to use it in real projects. Introducing Visual Studio’s Network tool – Ruben Rios shares a look at a new feature of Visual Studio […]

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Check out and learn about new features of Office 2016 Public Preview.

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In this article you are going to learn python step by step and easily.

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This article will help you to learn a few more methods of strings in Java with easy code examples to understand better.

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This article shows how to access a SQL Server database with the Entity Framework Code First Approach and later we will also look at how to use a Stored Procedure with the Fluent API.

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Recently I had the chance to sit with a couple of the devs in the RavenDB Core Team to discuss “keep & discard” habits*. The major problem we now have with RavenDB is that it is big. And there are a lot of things going on there that you need to understand. I run the numbers, and it turns out that the current RavenDB contains: 835,000 Lines of C#   67,500 Lines of Type Script   87,500 Lines of HTML That is divided into many areas of functionalities, but that is still a big chunk of stuff to go...

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After my previous post, I was asked what I’m thinking about the notion of crowd funding, which is currently all the rage. The answer is complicated. I’m focusing right now on things like kick starter and its siblings, because I’m familiar with how they work. The basic premise is pretty great. You have some idea (usually a product) that require initial capital and has some well known market. By directly contacting the target audience, we can get the seed money, judge demand and have very low...

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Software Announcing TypeScript 1.5 Beta – Jonathan Turner announces the release of TypeScript 1.5’s first beta release, available for Visual Studio 2015 RC, 2013, and as source and npm distributions. Announcing the GitHub Extension for Visual Studio – Anthony Cangialosi announces the release of the GitHub Extension for Visual Studio, part of a new collaboration […]

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4/30/2015
This is a divergence from my usual discussion on technical stuff. In this post, I want to talk about money. In particular, how you get it from other people. Note that I am neither an expert nor qualified to talk about the subject matter, this post came out of a lot of scribbled notes and is mostly meant to serve as a way to lay down a line of thought. All numbers are made up, and while I would like such a car, it would be mostly to inflict it on the employee of the month. There are many...

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I both love and hate the Build conference – on one hand lots of exciting new announcments, on the other it takes me an age to put together monster editons of The Morning Brew like today’s…. Build Conference – General Build 2015 Keynote Day 1 Summary – Jennifer Marsman gives an summary of the Keynote […]

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RavenDB is doing a pretty great job for being a production database, in fact, we have designed it upfront to only have features that make sense to have for robust production systems. In particular, we don’t have any form of ad-hoc queries. A query always hits an index, so it is very fast. Even what we call dynamic queries in RavenDB are actually creating an index behind the scene. This is pretty awesome for normal production usage, but it does have some limitations when you want to explore the...

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Software Windows Management Framework 5.0 Preview April 2015 is now available – Krishna C Vutukuri announces the release of the preview release of the Windows Management Framework 5.0, an update from the previous preview released in February What’s New in Fiddler 4.5.1 – Eric Lawrence announces the release of Fiddler 4.5.1, a bugfix and minor […]

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

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Software Team Project Rename available on VS Online – Brian Harry highlights the release of the Team Project Rename feature in the Visual Studio Online platform, their number 1 requested feature, now available on all accounts. Information Wizards and warriors, part one – Eric Lippert sets the scene (and a good one it is with […]

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Software Node.js Tools 1.0 on GitHub and VMs Available – Kasey Uhlenhuth and the Visual Studio team highlight the 1.0 release of Node.JS tools for Visual Studio, their migration to , and the availability of Virtual Machine Images giving you an easy way to try out Node.JS and Visual Studio Information ASP.NET MVC 6 formatters […]

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I mentioned that we have created our own thread pool implementation in RavenDB to handle our specific needs. A common scenario that ended up quite costly for us was the notion of parallelizing similar work. For example, I have 15,000 documents to index .That means that we need to go over each of the documents and apply the indexing function. That is an embarrassingly parallel task. So that is quite easy. One easy way to do that would be to do something like this: foreach(var doc in...

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Information DRY out your policies – Eric Lippert Object Oriented, Test Driven Design in C# and Java: A Practical Example Part #5 | – Paul Mooney To improve testing, snoop on the competition – Gojko Adzic TDD Gamification – Dave M Bush All you need to know about Redis & An easy way to use […]

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I sorted out a post numbering snafu on the previous two posts this morning, and am resuming with the correct numbering today, making this 1846 – so don’t panic if you didn’t see 1845. Information A Simple Nowin F# Example – Mike Hadlow follows on from his previous post on building web applications usin OWIN […]

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Update: So, the numbering slipped, and this post was incorrectly labelled as 1844 when it should have been 1845 – I’ve corrected the number but the links will remain Software Caliburn.Micro 3.0.0-alpha – The Caliburn Micro team announce the release of their alpha release of Caliburn Micro 3.0.0 which adds in support for Xamarin.iOS, Xamarin.Androis […]

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With RavenDB 3.5, we are focusing on performance as one of the key features. I’ve already spoken at length about the kind of changes that we had made to improve performance. A few percentage points here and there end up being quite significant when you add them all together. But just sanding over the rough edges isn’t quite enough for us. We want to have a major impact, not just an avalanche of small improvements. In order to handle that, we needed to be much more aware of how we are making...

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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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4/12/2015
I’m happy to announce that despite the extreme inefficiencies involved in the process, the performance issues and what are sure to be multiple stop ship bugs in the way the release process is handled. We have successfully completed Project Tamar. The result showed up as 2.852 Kg bundle, and is currently sleeping peacefully. I understand that this is a temporary condition, and lack of sleep shall enthuse shortly. I’ll probably regret saying that, but I can’t wait.   This little girl is named...

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We have a new build out, build 3660, which contain a lot of fixes and some really nice stuff for RavenDB users. You can get it here. The new stuff is quite cool. Global Changed default data location (Now will go to C:\Raven). Various performance optimizations across both server and client. RavenFS Versioning support for RavenFS Better metadata queries for RavenFS Smuggler support for RavenFS RavenDB Client side indexes will automatically specify sort orders Prevented high CPU and excessive...

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RavenDB build 3651 is out, and it is marked as RC for stable release. You can download it here, and we intend to release it next week as a stable release. It is currently going through additional QA processes, and it is the build that is currently running all our productions systems (including this site). Please take it for a spin.

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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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Explore how to best break down a project's objectives into smaller and more manageable tasks to be assigned to various team members.

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The fourth article in our series will explore time analysis, which is critical for any project. Learn more about the two best methods for project time analysis: PERT and CPM.

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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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Special Issue 2014Can 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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