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Software ReSharper Ultimate 2016.1.2 is here – Daria Dovzhikova Information Changes to Project.json – Scott Hunter Running .NET Core RC2 on Fedora 23 – Nemanja Milosevic 3 ways to keep your asp.net mvc controllers thin – Jon Hilton 30 Days of Zumo.v2 (Azure Mobile Apps): Day 24 – Push with Tags – Adrian Hall Untangling […]

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In this article you will learn about Interface in C# language.

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In this article you will see a list of 31 tips and tricks to make best use of Visual Studio Code.

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In this article you will learn about SQL Server Database Backup. Microsoft SQL Server has developed a key feature introduced in SQL Server 2014, backup encryption.

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Information Strongly Typed Configuration Settings in ASP.NET Core – Rick Strahl How to debug .NET Core RC2 app with Visual Studio Code on Windows – Simone Chiaretta Try the DevExtreme TagHelpers for ASP.NET Core RC2 – (Now Available) – Mehul Harry ASP.NET Core: Watching Code – Shayne Boyer Moving to ASP.NET Core RC2: Tooling – […]

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We have been trying to get RavenDB to run on Linux for the over 4 years. A large portion of our motivation to build Voron was that it will also allow us to run on Linux natively, and free us from dependencies on Windows OS versions. The attempt was actually made several times, and Voron has been running successfully on Linux for the past 2 years, but Mono was never really good enough for our needs. My hypothesis is that if we were working with it from day one, it would have been sort of...

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Information Consolidated REST API deployed – Maarten Balliauw .NET Core 1.0 RC2 – Upgrading from previous versions – Scott Hanselman General availability of Recovery Services vault – Azure Backup support for ARM VMs – Trinadh Kotturu Semaphores – queuing with multiple workers – C# – Humprey Cogay ASP.NET Core tag helpers – with great power […]

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Data subscriptions in RavenDB are a way for users to ask RavenDB to give the user all documents matching a particular query, both past and future. For example, I may open a subscription to handle all Orders mark as "Require Review", for example. The nice thing about is that when I open a subscription, I can specify whatever I want to get only new documents, or if I want to process all documents from the beginning of time. And once I have process all the documents in the database, RavenDB will...

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Information Free as in … HTTPS certificates? [Obtaining and configuring a free HTTPS certificate for an Azure Web App with a custom domain] – David Anson explores the setup and configuration of HTTPS on Azure based web applications using certificates from the Let’s Encrypt project. The .NET Core RC2 stack has been released, and a […]

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LoadDocument in RavenDB is a really nice feature. It allows you to reach out to another document during indexing, and load its value. A simple example of that would be: from p in docs.Petsselect new { Name = p.Name, OwnerName = LoadDocument(p.OwnerId).Name } When we got the idea for LoadDocument, we were very excited, because it allowed us to solve some very tough problems. Unfortunately, this also has some really nasty implementation issues. In particular, one of the promises we give for...

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Software Announcing the new Desktop to UWP Packaging Project for Visual Studio "15" – Pete Faraday Information .NET Core, a call to action – Mark Rendle Versioning NuGet packages in a continuous delivery world: part 2 – Matt Cooper Converting an ASP.NET Core RC1 Project to RC2 – Shawn Wildermuth Farewell project.json – hello MSBuild […]

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RavenDB replication had a load balancing mode for quite some time, using round robin balancing between all the nodes. With RavenDB 3.5, we have added support for Service Level Agreements with the load balancing. You can configure it like so: What this does is instruct the client to define a policy, and if a server starts responding too slowly for the provided policy, we are going to reduce the number of requests that we are going to send its way. For example, let us say that we use the...

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The Azure Internet of Things team has recently open sourced the gateway SDKs that can be used to build and deploy applications for Azure IoT.

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We have got pretty much everything working, and all tests are passing on Windows. We’ll test it tomorrow on Linux, but it is looking good. I’m really excited about this. To start with, just moving to RC2 looks like it dropped about 20% of our test suite runtime. But it also removed a blocking issue that prevented us from getting a core feature up and running (dynamic code generation, which is required for user defined indexes). Now we can get started on that .

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Map/Reduce is a core part of RavenDB, one of the earliest features that we implemented and something that we have worked to improve many times. You can read my original blog post about them. In the current codebase, Map/Reduce is also one of the scariest pieces of code, and one of the most fragile. The good thing is that we have a really high number of tests around it. The sad thing is that it takes a long time to make any modification there to stick without breaking something else. It is a...

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RavenDB 3.5 has been in development for over two years, and we finally get to see it taking its first steps out the gate. You can read about all the goodies in this blog post series, and we have more features being unveiled each day, until the RavenDB Conference next week. You can get build 35100 right now, and start playing with the bits. What does this mean? Beta means just that, the software is pretty much ready, we have all the features we want, and while there are still a bunch of...

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The indexing process in RavenDB is not trivial, it is composed of many small steps that need to happen and coordinate with one another to reach the end goal. A lot of the complexity involved is related to concurrent usage, parallelization of I/O and computation and a whole bunch of other stuff like that. In RavenDB 3.0 we added support for visualizing all of that, so you can see what is going on, and can tell what is taking so long. With RavenDB 3.5, we extended that from just looking at the...

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In my last post on the topic, I discussed physically separating documents of different collections. This post is about the same concept, but applied at a much higher level. In RavenDB, along with the actual indexing data, we also need to keep track of quite a few details. What did we last index, what is our current state, any errors that happened, keep track of referenced documents, etc. For map/reduce indexes, we have quite a bit more data that we need to work with, all the intermediate...

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So far I talked mostly about the visible parts of the stuff that we did in RavenDB 3.5, stuff that has a user interface and is actually easy to talk about. In this post, I'm going to dive a bit into the stuff that goes in the core, which no one usually notices except us, except when it breaks. RavenDB Lucene Parser A frequent cause for complaint with RavenDB is the fact that the Lucene Query Parser is relying on exceptions for control flow. That means that if you are debugging a test that is...

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The Microsoft team recently announced the preview of Azure Functions, an app service that allows you to execute code on demand.

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As the role of mobile devices in people's lives expands even further, mobile app developers have become a driving force for software innovation. At Microsoft, we are working to enable even greater developer innovation by providing the best experiences to all developers, on any device, with powerful tools, an open platform and a global cloud. As part of this commitment I am pleased to announce today that Microsoft has signed an agreement to acquire Xamarin, a leading platform provider for...

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Categories: mobile, azure, .net, visual studio


Explore the ConcurrentQueue class in C# and how it can be used to implement collections that are thread safe.

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Yesterday we held our AzureCon event and were fortunate to have tens of thousands of developers around the world participate.  During the event we announced several great new enhancements to Microsoft Azure including: General Availability of 3 new Azure regions in India Announcing new N-series of Virtual Machines with GPU capabilities Announcing Azure IoT Suite available to purchase Announcing Azure Container Service Announcing Azure Security Center We were also fortunate to be joined on...

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Categories: azure, community news

Today, I’m happy to announce several key additions to our big data services in Azure, including the General Availability of HDInsight on Linux, as well as the introduction of our new Azure Data Lake and Language services. General Availability of HDInsight on Linux Today we are announcing general availability of our HDInsight service on Ubuntu Linux.  HDInsight enables you to easily run managed Hadoop clusters in the cloud.  With today’s release we now allow you to configure these clusters to...

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Categories: azure, community news, sql server, hadoop

This Tuesday, Sept 29th, we are hosting our online AzureCon event – which is a free online event with 60 technical sessions on Azure presented by both the Azure engineering team as well as MVPs and customers who use Azure today and will share their best practices. I’ll be kicking off the event with a keynote at 9am PDT.  Watch it to learn the latest on Azure, and hear about a lot of exciting new announcements.  We’ll then have some fantastic sessions that you can watch throughout the day to...

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Categories: azure, community news, .net

A few weeks ago, we announced the preview availability of the new Basic and Premium Elastic Database Pools Tiers with our Azure SQL Database service.  Elastic Database Pools enable you to run multiple, isolated and independent databases that can be auto-scaled automatically across a private pool of resources dedicated to just you and your apps.  This provides a great way for software-as-a-service (SaaS) developers to better isolate their individual customers in an economical way. Today, we...

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Categories: azure, sql server, community news

Today, we’re announcing the release of the new Azure GS-series of Virtual Machine sizes, which enable Azure Premium Storage to be used with Azure G-series VM sizes. These VM sizes are now available to use in both our US and Europe regions. Earlier this year we released the G-series of Azure Virtual Machines – which provide the largest VM size provided by any public cloud provider.  They provide up to 32-cores of CPU, 448 GB of memory and 6.59 TB of local SSD-based storage.  Today’s release of...

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Categories: azure, community news

Today we are making available several new SQL Database capabilities in Azure that enable you to build even better cloud applications.  In particular: We are introducing two new pricing tiers for our  Elastic Database Pool capability.  Elastic Database Pools enable you to run multiple, isolated and independent databases on a private pool of resources dedicated to just you and your apps.  This provides a great way for software-as-a-service (SaaS) developers to better isolate their individual...

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Categories: azure, community news, sql server

At DockerCon this year, Mark Russinovich, CTO of Microsoft Azure, demonstrated the first ever application built using code running in both a Windows Server Container and a Linux container connected together. This demo helped demonstrate Microsoft's vision that in partnership with Docker, we can help bring the Windows and Linux ecosystems together by enabling developers to build container-based distributed applications using the tools and platforms of their choice. Today we are excited to...

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Categories: azure, .net, visual studio, windows server, community news

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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Categories: asp.net, .net, community news, visual studio

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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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Categories: dotnet, cs, studio

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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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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Golf season is here! Learn how to build a cross-platform mobile app (Windows Phone and iOS) that uses Azure Mobile Services to track drives in a long drive contest.

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Categories: dotnet, azure, cs, data, sqla, mobile

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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Categories: dotnet, javascript, studio, win8

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