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Software Version 1.9.2 for Asp.Net Released – Anthony van der Hoorn announces the release of Version 1.9.2 of Glimpse for ASP.NET, a maintenance release which addresses reported issues and applies community fixes Another ReSharper 9 EAP build: now with ReSharper C++ – The ReSharper team announce the release of their latest Early Access Preview release […]

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Today in this article I'll talk about a simple but useful topic, the “Windows Phone Command Bar”.

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In this article we post data from a view to a controller using a form and get the data using Request.Form.Get.

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In this article we post data from a view to a controller using a form and get the data using Request.Params.

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This article explains the complete life cycle of making a custom interactive C# compiler much like the existing CSC.exe.

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In my last article, I demonstrated how to use some of the basic columns functionality. In this Hour 6 part of Mastering WPF DataGrid in a Day series, I will cover some of the advanced functionality of DataGrid columns.

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In this article, we will learn the basics of the Lazy Initialization in .NET and how to implement in our applications.

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Software Visual Studio Online is in Europe! – Brian Harry announces the availability of a Visual Studio Online instance in the West Europe Azure Region, giving European users a closer (and therefore speedier and lower latency) instance of the service to use. European Datacenter & REST 1.0 – The Visual Studio blog also discuss the […]

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In this article you will learn what is new in Prism 5.0.

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Today we released a major set of updates to Microsoft Azure. Today’s updates include: Marketplace: Announcing Azure Marketplace and partnerships with key technology partners Networking: Network Security Groups, Multi-NIC, Forced Tunneling, Source IP Affinity, and much more Batch Computing: Public Preview of the new Azure Batch Computing Service Automation: General Availability of the Azure Automation Service Anti-malware: General Availability of Microsoft Anti-malware for Virtual Machines...

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I posted about the grocery store checkout process exercise before. Now I want to see if I can do a short outline on how I would handle this. The key aspect from my perspective is that we need to separate the notion of the data we have and the processing of the data. That means that we are going to have the following model: public class ShoppingCart { public List Products {get;set;} public List Discounts { get;set; } } public class...

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Software Announcing a simplified browser-based authoring and configuration experience for Load Testing – Charles Sterling shares a look at the web based experience for developing, and configuring load tests on the cloud based load service Regular Expression Support in ReSharper 9 – Dmitri Nesteruk and the ReSharper Team show off new functionality in ReSharper 9 […]

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I got some really good questions about my career. Which caused me to reflect back and snort at my own attempts to make a sense of what happened. Here is a rough timeline: 1999 – Start of actually considering myself to be a professional developer. This is actually the start of a great one year course I took to learn C++, right out of high school. 2001 – Joined the army, was sent to the Military Police, and spent 4 years in prison. Roles ranged from a prison guard, XO of big prison, teacher in...

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Software Upcoming Changes in Visual Studio Architecture and Design Tools – Jean-Marc Prieur discusses plans for future changes to the Visual Studio Architecture and Design Tools Information I’m stuck in someone’s for loop – Scott Hanselman shares his (and mine, and I suspect your) frustrations with applications across a wide range of platforms which don’t […]

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Software ASP.NET Identity 2.2.0-alpha1 – Pranav Rastogi announces a preview release (at the alpha level) of the next version of the ASP.NET Identity Framework, a release which is dealing with bugs and performance issues primarily. Information Violating the "smart enum" pattern in C# – Jon Skeet takes a look at a nice pattern, and explores […]

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One of the more important things that you have to remember is that you should always be ready for failure. As developers, we are used to thinking about stuff like that in our code, but this is true for real life as well. I’m going to leave aside things like personal disasters for this post (things like car accidents, getting seriously sick, etc), because there are some ways to mitigate those (insurance, family, etc) and they really isn’t anything special in development to say about those....

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Software Announcing PostSharp 4 RTM – Gael Fraiteur and the PostSharp team announce the release of PostSharp 4, enabling the implementation of undo/redo, threading and other patterns, new platform support, and performance improvements over previous releases Information VisualStudio 14 stopped working after upgrading to Windows 10 build 9860? – Alex Dresko highlights problems he encountered […]

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The recent announcement from Microsoft about the partnership with Docker is a significant move, with some even calling it the best thing that has happened to Microsoft since .NET.

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I got a lot of really great answers about my “Where do old developers go?”, I’m feeling much better about this now . Now let turn this question around, instead of asking what is going on in the industry, let’s check what is going on with you. In particular, do you have a career plan at all? An easy way to check that is asking: “What are you going to do in 3 years, in 7 years and in 20 years from now?” Of course, best laid plans of mice and men will often go awry, plans for the futures are...

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Update: Corrected the broken link to Raymond Chen’s article on scripting Internet Explorer – thanks to those who let me know. Software Microsoft Azure Websites WebJobs is now GA in the Microsoft Azure Platform – Magnus Mårtensson shares in the announcement of the General Availability of Microsoft Azure WebJobs [Announcement] ODataLib 6.8.1 Release – Layla […]

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We are pretty much always looking for new people, what is holding us back from expanding even more rapidly is the time that it takes to get to grips with our codebases and what we do here. But that also means that we usually have at least one outstanding job offer available, because it takes a long time to fill it. But that isn’t the topic for this post. I started programming in school, I was around 14 / 15 at the time, and I picked up a copy of VB 3.0 and did some fairly unimpressive stuff...

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Software Chocolatey: The Alternative Windows Store – Like Yum/Apt-Get – Rob Reynolds and the Chocolatey team are looking to take the project to the next level, and have started a KickStarter to raise funds for the project. Information Measure, optimise then measure again: further refining ‘Have I been pwned?’ – Troy Hunt looks at further […]

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So, we are done with the holidays here. The last month was basically very little work, because a lot of our people were out for the holidays. Internally, we are gearing up to finish the website for RavenDB 3.0, while another part of the team is focused on stability and performance. We just hired another new guy, and he is going to be working pretty much on distribution from now on. I’ll report more on that in a few weeks. Looking at the blog, I’ve mostly been talking about RavenDB, and I want...

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Software Visual Studio 2013 Update 4 RC now Available – John Montgomery announces the release of the Visual Studio 2013 Update 4 Release Candidate which includes a number fo fixes, improvements and new features. Visual Studio and TFS 2013.4 (Update 4) Release Candidate – Brian Harry highlights the Team Foundation Server aspects of the Update […]

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Software Python Tools 2.1 for Visual Studio – Shahrokh Mortazavi and The Visual Studio Team announce the release of the Python Tools 2.1 for Visual Studio, available for VS2010, 2012 and 2013, as well as express edition web and desktop Information Running ASP.NET MVC 6 on Linux – Gunnar Peipman explores the setup of ASP.NET […]

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I’m excited to announce today that Microsoft is partnering with Docker, Inc to enable great container-based development experiences on Linux, Windows Server and Microsoft Azure. Docker is an open platform that enables developers and administrators to build, ship, and run distributed applications. Consisting of Docker Engine, a lightweight runtime and packaging tool, and Docker Hub, a cloud service for sharing applications and automating workflows, Docker enables apps to be quickly assembled...

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I just took this picture on my desk. This is a set of machines running a whole set of tests for RavenDB 3.0. On the bottom right, you can see one of our new toys (more below). This new toy is a NUC (i5, 16 GB, 180 GB SSD). We have a couple of those (and will likely purchase more). They have a very small form factor, and they are pretty cool machines. We got a few of them so we can have easier time testing distributed systems that are really distributed. It also has a very nice effect of...

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I’m preparing for a talk about using multiple databases in a single application, and I wanted to show how this looks like in a real application. I wanted to take a look at nopCommerce as the target application. To be fair, I haven’t really worked with enterprise applications in a while, but I found some interesting stuff there. Note that I’m not doing anything like a full review. My goal is to show the concept, not explore the full implications of nopCommerce. The code in questions is from...

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The NServiceBus data bus allows you to send very large messages by putting them on a shared resource and sending the reference to it. An obvious use case for this is using RavenFS. I took a few moments and wrote an implementation for that*. public class RavenFSDataBus : IDataBus, IDisposable{ private readonly FilesStore _filesStore; private Timer _timer; private object _locker = new object(); private void RunExpiration(object state) { bool lockTaken = false; try ...

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Over the last few days we’ve released a number of great enhancements to Microsoft Azure.  These include: Redis Cache: General Availability of Redis Cache Service Site Recovery: General Availability of Disaster Recovery to Azure using Azure Site Recovery Management: Tags support in the Azure Preview Portal SQL DB: Public preview of Elastic Scale for Azure SQL Database (available through .NET lib, Azure service templates) DocumentDB: Support for Document Explorer, Collection management and...

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Azure is increasingly becoming the scalable CMS platform with support for a host of popular CMS providers.

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Today I’m excited to announce that we just released a new set of VM sizes for Microsoft Azure. These VM sizes are now available to be used immediately by every Azure customer. The new D-Series of VMs can be used with both Azure Virtual Machines and Azure Cloud Services.  In addition to offering faster vCPUs (approximately 60% faster than our A series) and more memory (up to 112 GB), the new VM sizes also all have a local SSD disk (up to 800 GB) to enable much faster IO reads and writes. The...

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This week we released a major set of updates to Microsoft Azure. This week’s updates include: SQL Databases: General Availability of Azure SQL Database Service Tiers API Management: General Availability of our API Management Service Media Services: Live Streaming, Content Protection, Faster and Cost Effective Encoding, and Media Indexer Web Sites: Virtual Network integration, new scalable CMS with WordPress and updates to Web Site Backup in the Preview Portal Role-based Access Control:...

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Today we released a major set of updates to Microsoft Azure. Today’s updates include: DocumentDB: Preview of a New NoSQL Document Service for Azure Search: Preview of a New Search-as-a-Service offering for Azure Virtual Machines: Portal support for SQL Server AlwaysOn + community-driven VMs Web Sites: Support for Web Jobs and Web Site processes in the Preview Portal Azure Insights: General Availability of Microsoft Azure Monitoring Services Management Library API Management: Support for...

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This past month we’ve released a number of great enhancements to Microsoft Azure.  These include: Virtual Machines: Preview Portal Support as well as SharePoint Farm Creation Machine Learning: Public preview of the new Azure Machine Learning service Event Hub: Public preview of new Azure Event Ingestion Service Mobile Services: General Availability of .NET support, SignalR support Notification Hubs: Price Reductions and New Features SQL Database: New Geo-Restore, Geo-Replication and...

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Last week MS Press published a free ebook based on the Building Real-World Apps using Azure talks I gave at the NDC and TechEd conferences.  The talks + book walks through a patterns-based approach to building real world cloud solutions, and help make it easier to understand how to be successful with cloud development. Videos of the Talks You can watch a video recording of the talks I gave here:  Part 1: Building Real World Cloud Apps with Azure  Part 2: Building Real World Cloud Apps with...

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In line with the Cloud First strategy, the Microsoft Azure team is aggressively working towards creating a Connected Systems and Devices platform using the Azure Service Bus, called the Microsoft Azure Intelligent Systems Service.

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This morning we released a massive amount of enhancements to Microsoft Azure.  Today’s new capabilities and announcements include: Virtual Machines: Integrated Security Extensions including Built-in Anti-Virus Support and Support for Capturing VM images in the portal Networking: ExpressRoute General Availability, Multiple Site-to-Site VPNs, VNET-to-VNET Secure Connectivity, Reserved IPs, Internal Load Balancing Storage: General Availability of Import/Export service and preview of new SMB file...

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