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Software SQL 2016 Preview has been released! – Koen Verbeeck Information How to manage Content in NuGet Packages? – Rick Strahl A Rider to the Law of Demeter – Erik Dietrich New Free eBook: LINQ Succinctly – Jason Roberts When designing your user interface, be mindful of the selection-readers – Raymond Chen Inject DateTime.Now to […]

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This article is a step-by-step continuation from the previous 12 chapters of Python.

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In this article you will learn how to use ViewModel Locator in WPF.

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In this article you will learn how DNS mapping works with ASP.NET/IIS.

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This application shows how to do Create, Read, Update and Delete (CRUD) operations on a BOOKS table using a DLL and a Stored Procedure in SQL Server with ASP.Net.

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In this article you will learn how to return only useful fields from the API and consume an API that accepts a comma-separated list of fields.

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Software 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. Information Publishing an ASP.NET 5 app to […]

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Information 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 […]

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Well, it is nearly the 29 May, and that means that I have been married for four years. To celebrate that, I am offering a 29% discount on all our products (RavenDB, NHibernate Profiler, Entity Framework Profiler). All you have to do is purchase any of our products using the following coupon code: 4th Anniversary This offer is valid to the end of the month only.

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Software Bug Fix Update to ReSharper Ultimate is Available – Daria Dovzhikova Information DDD – The aggregate – Gabriel Schenker Microservices with C# and RabbitMQ – Paul Mooney Azure Managed Cache Service Sample Solution – ‘omniao’ Getting Started with ASP.NET 5 on OSX & Automatically Restarting ASP.NET on OSX with DNXMON – John Papa Right […]

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In my previous post, we have increased the capacity of the cluster by moving all new work to the new set of servers. In this post, I want to deal with a slightly harder problem, how to handle it when it isn’t new data that is causing the issue, but existing data. So we can’t just throw a new server, but need to actually move data between nodes. We started with the following configuration: var shards = new Dictionary { {"Shared", new DocumentStore {Url...

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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. Information When everything you know is wrong, part two – Eric Lippert A […]

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Continuing on the theme of giving a full answer to interesting questions on the mailing list in the blog, we have the following issue.  We have a sharded cluster, and we want to add a new node to the cluster, how do we do it? I’ll discuss a few ways in which you can handle this scenario. But first, let us lay out the actual scenario. We’ll use the Customers & Invoices system, and we put the data in the various shard along the following scheme: Customers Sharded by region Invoices Sharded...

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Software 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 Information 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 […]

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Software Graph Engine 1.0 Preview Released – Microsoft Research Wallaby.js for Visual Studio – Artem Govorov Information Little Puzzlers – Validate a Sudoku Board – James Michael Hare Restival Part 2 Revisited: Attribute Routing in WebAPI – Dylan Beattie ChessTDD 35: Acceptance Tests for Knight Movement – Erik Dietrich Integration testing ASP.NET 5 and ASP.NET […]

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Sometimes, we’ll reject a certain pull request from the community, not because it doesn’t meet our standards, or doesn’t do things properly. We’ll reject it because we don’t want to accept the responsibility for this. This seems obvious, but I got a comment on my recent post saying: If you e.g. say that you're willing to accept a new F# module within RavenDB that does scripted deploys and automation of various tasks, I bet people would jump in with enthusiasm. I wouldn’t accept such a PR. Not...

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Software SQL Server 2014 Service Pack 1 is now available – SQL Server Team – Site Home – MSDN Blogs – The SQL Server Team announce the release of SQL Server 2014 Service Pack 1 which includes all the fixes up to and including Cumulative Update 5 Information When everything you know is wrong, part […]

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A question came up in the mailing list, how do we enable sharding for an existing database. I’ll deal with data migration in this scenario at a later post. The scenario is that we have a very successful application, and we start to feel the need to move the data to multiple shards. Currently all the data is sitting in the RVN1 server. We want to add RVN2 and RVN3 to the mix. For this post, we’ll assume that we have the notion of Customers and Invoices. Previously, we access the database using...

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Information Mastering The Arcane Art Of JavaScript-mancy for C# Developers – Chapter 4: More Useful Function Patterns – Multiple Arguments – Jaime González García continues his series of posts looking at the JavaScript Language with a look at some further function patterns, looking at passing multiple arguments Why RavenDB isn’t written in F#, or the […]

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Information C#/.NET Little Wonders: Expression-Bodied Members in C# 6 – James Michael Hare CQRS : A Cross Examination Of How It Works – Sacha Barber Against the definition of types – Tomas Petricek Protect ASP.NET Applications Against CSRF Attacks – Paul Mooney Reacting to feedback, common issues, and our first update – Visual Studio Code […]

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In a recent post, a commenter suggested that using F# rather than C# would dramatically reduce the code size (measured in line numbers). My reply to that was: F# would also lead to a lot more complexity, reduced participation in the community, harder to find developers and increased costs all around. And the data to back up this statement: C# Developers F# Developers Nitpicker corner: Now, I realize that this is a sensitive topic, so I’ll note that this isn’t meant to be a scientific...

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This blog has been running continuously for over 10 years now. And while I think that the level of content has improved somewhat over the years (certainly my command of English did), I’m afraid that we never really touch with the design. This blog theme was taken from (if I recall properly) dasBlog default skin with some color shifting to make it a bit more orange. And I kept that look for the past 10 years, even when we moved between various blogging platform. This has grown tiring, and more...

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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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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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