May is finally over and it is time for another Links of the month. This edition contains a lot of articles covering the upcoming ASP.NET version and how it plays together with Linux and runs on a Mac. This leads over to another main topic of this issue: Visual Studio. As some of you may recall from the last issue Microsoft released a new development environment called Visual Studio Code. You will find articles on how to setup GitHub with Visual Studio Code and how you can use TypeScript in it.
April closes with an (or the important) event for Microsoft developers. Before this event the company has already made some announcements this month. This issue of the Links of the month will cover some of them, especially the ones related to Azure. Also this issue contains a series about Visual Studio One, a new cross-platform code editor for web applications, written by John Papa.
March is gone and it is time for another Links of the month. This issue includes several announcements about Microsoft Azure and Hadoop projects. Also some remarkable articles can be found to ASP.NET and Microsoft Azure.
February has passed and it is time for another Links of the month. It seems to become common that a lot of new Azure announcements are made every month. Additional to this announcements this post will show you other interesting post such as some v1.0 releases in the Hadoop ecosystem and the OWIN series by John Atten.
The new year has just started, but a lot has happened in just one month, such as a quick look at Windows 10, HoloLens and the Surface Hub. Also a lot of Azure-related happened. Today’s Links of the month will go cover some of them.
This month was an(other) exciting one for all .NET developers, especially the ones working in the open source space. Earlier this year the .NET Foundation showed a way Microsoft could possible go in the future. The connect() event two weeks ago has exceeded the expectations made with the .NET Foundation. This Links of the month will share some posts related to the announcements.
Over a year ago a friend of mine aroused my interest for RethinkDB. At that time I played a little bit with it and thought that it appears to be a nice database. After that I focused on other topics, but recently I came back to RethinkDB. In this post I would like to explain how you can setup RethinkDB on Azure and play around with it.