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Liquid Newsletter Template Week:24
Year:2013
Date:2013-Jun-11
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Books we recommend

Windows 8 App Projects – XAML and C# Edition

Become a leading Windows 8 app developer by using Windows 8 App Projects – XAML and C# Edition to learn techniques, tools, and ideas to create successful, 5-star apps. Windows 8 App Projects – XAML and C# Edition shows you the nuts and bolts of the Windows 8 development ecosystem. Then, through a series of example driven chapters, you’ll discover how to leverage the platform’s unique features. With each project, you’ll be one step closer to building full-featured, responsive, and well designed apps that feel like they’re a part of the operating system.Windows 8 App Projects – XAML and C# Edition is a great book for developers that already know their way around the .net framework and want to leverage their existing knowledge into building apps for the new and exciting Windows RT platform and the great touch-first tablet and hybrid devices that accompany Windows 8 to market.

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Articles we enjoyed

Create a Flexible Security System for the ASP.NET Platform in the .NET Framework 4.5
Sometimes you need more than roles to effectively manage authorizing user requests. You can do that without moving to claims-based security in the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 by creating your own user object.

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Simple Validation with MVVM for Windows Store apps
Developers who are writing Windows Store apps using C# and XAML might find some of the support for Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) lacking. Both WPF and Silverlight provided specific interfaces that enabled you to store validation context about fields on a context and even supported asynchronous validation. Although there are some existing frameworks that provide this support, such as Prism for the Windows Runtime, it is also fairly simple and straightforward to roll your own.

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LINQ for JavaScript – CodeProject
Language Integrated Query (LINQ) is a Microsoft .NET Framework component that extends the language by the addition of query expressions, which are akin to SQL statements, and can be used to conveniently extract and process data from arrays. JavaScript built-in API since ECMAScript 5th Edition comes with a very limited set of iteration methods: forEach, every, some, filter, map, reduce and reduceRight.

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C# Interview Questions: Can you answer them all?
So you want to land your dream job as a C# programmer? You will need to prove that you know your stuff before any organization will hire you. Here are ten of the most common interview questions that interviewers will use to test your technical knowledge and problem solving skills. Can you answer them all?

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Libraries and Tools to the rescue

Visual Studio 2013

Today, Microsoft announced Visual Studio 2013, the next release of is integrated developer tools solution for building modern applications for devices, the cloud and on the client. Visual Studio 2013 Preview software will be released at Build 2013. Read more

See the Intermediate Language for C# Code

Sil is an addin for Visual Studio that let's you quickly disassemble and inspect code. How does it work?
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