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Books we recommend

Image HTTP Succinctly

HTTP is the foundational protocol for exchanging information across the World Wide Web. With HTTP Succinctly, you’ll learn all about something you use on a daily basis, perhaps without realizing what goes on behind the scenes. You’ll quickly learn about resources, requests and responses, safe and un

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Articles we enjoyed

Create and Consume JSON-Formatted OData
In my June column, “Data Bind OData in Web Apps with Knockout.js” (, I had some fun with Knockout.js and OData. As I learned how to data bind Knockout to the results of the OData service, I also found out more about OData and JSON than I had previously known. In

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Web Standards Update for Visual Studio 2010 SP1
We are pleased to announce the first Web Standards Update for Visual Studio SP1. It updates the HTML5 intellisense and validation to reflect the latest W3C specifications and fixes some bugs bugs in the current SP1 support for HTML5. Also JavaScript intellisense it updated to reflect many of the new

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Videos we favorited

It’s Official! Windows Phone 8 Coming Soon

In case you missed it, Microsoft recently shared a first-look at the much-anticipated Windows Phone 8. What's new for developers? A shared Windows core for portability between Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8, native code support, new capabilities for more compelling app experiences, and expanded reach

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Libraries and Tools for the rescue

DotNetOpenAuth ships with Visual Studio 2012

Some of you may have already heard the announcement on .NET Rocks (time index 41:30), but in case you haven't: Visual Studio 2012 will include DotNetOpenAuth in all its ASP.NET project templates. Woot! Yes, my friends, it has finally happened. Read more

Web Deploy v3.0 Release Candidate

The Web Deployment Tool simplifies migration, management and deployment of IIS Web servers, Web applications and Web sites. Read more

Events/Webinars/Seminars you shouldn't miss

Code on Campus

Don’t delay - you can save $300 if you register before July 10th. Join us and your peers for 5 days on Microsoft Campus, and you'll leave with an intense .NET education on the Microsoft Development Platform. The Microsoft Development Platform is reaching a huge milestone. With Windows 8 waiting Read more

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