I found this quite interesting. Make sure you check the original source http://www.hanselman.com/blog/TheMagicOfUsingAsynchronousMethodsInASPNET45PlusAnImportantGotcha.aspx
First, I encourage you to listen to episode 327 of the Hanselminutes podcast. We called it “Everything .NET programmers know about Asynchronous Programming is wrong” and I learned a lot. I promise you will too.
I found this quite interesting. Make sure you check the original source http://agilepainrelief.com/notesfromatooluser/2012/03/scrummaster-talesthe-team-learn-how-to-learn.html
The Team are struggling to payoff the Technical Debt (or mess) that they’ve spent the last six months accumulating. They’ve started to institutionalize writing Unit Tests (by adding it to “Done”) and they’re using Sonar to help track Code Coverage, PMD warnings et al.
I found this quite interesting. Make sure you check the original source http://nugetmusthaves.com/
NuGet Must Haves MVC More…Windows Phone 7 More…WinRT More… Security More…WebAPI More…ASP.NET More… New packages More…
I found this quite interesting. Make sure you check the original source http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/aa983326.aspx
Private file–based deployment refers to the process of including the required SQL Server Compact DLLs as files in the project (as opposed to a reference to DLLs already on the target computer).
I found this quite interesting. Make sure you check the original source http://www.johnpapa.net/spa/
Single Page Applications (SPA) are built on expanding reach via the browser, reducing round tripping, and enhancing User Experience (UX). This page contains resources for building a SPA.
With recent events regarding Edward Snowden and the NSA, it’s hard to tell who’s watching us and what is private. This video will show you some free tools to…
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