A little bit late, but it is time for another Links of the month. Last month the release of Windows 10 and Visual Studio 2015 were the main topics, but today I want to focus on other things: The release of Power BI on the one hand and new Azure capabilities on the other hand.
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.
Last month was an amazing month for all who love Microsoft Azure. The release of DocumentDB, some updates to HDInsight and the preview of Microsoft Azure Machine Learning are just a few of these great moments. Some of the announcements can be found in today’s Links of the month, enriched with some articles related to ASP.NET and a very interesting GitHub project.
Another month has past and after Build we had a lot to do (or still have to). The problem is that Microsoft (and especially the Azure team) is still delivering new stuff. Today I have some interesting readings from April. It ranges from ASP.NET Identity over Application Insights to the announcement of TypeScript 1.0 … and of course the newest releases on Microsoft Azure.
March has passed as quick as no other month in the last time. With the Global Windows Azure Bootcamp last Saturday the workshop and training series started. Nevertheless, here are my favorite readings from March. For the last time you will see the category Windows Azure. More information on that in a minute.
The year has just started and there are already new things you can investigate. Today I’m presenting some articles from January which I think are worth reading. This month they are mostly focused on ASP.NET Identity, an authentication framework, which helps to build secure applications more easily.
Hello and welcome back to the links of the month. As a developer, who is mainly focused on Microsoft platforms, it was an amazing month. With the Build conference behind us, a lot of improvements to Windows Azure, the preview of Windows 8.1, and the preview of Visual Studio 2013, I have a bunch of links for you.
With this post I like to introduce a new category: GitHub. It will contain interesting projects I saw on GitHub.
Special attention I want to pay to something I think every programmer wants to do: Changing the world! AzureDevs – Changing the world through code is something you should definitively have a look at.
Hello and welcome back to the links of the month. It has been a busy month for me. The downside of months like that is that I have a lot of ideas for blog posts, but not the time to write them. To make a long story short, stay tuned for some blog posts I hope I can publish in June. For now I have some blog posts for you which are worth reading. A special attention I want to pay to the post from Sara Soueidan, who has build an amazing demo of a web site which uses a Windows 8 Live Tiles-like style.