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Dependency Injection with Unity

Unity is a dependency injection container. It is full-featured, with support for instance and type interception and custom extensions. Unity 3 also supports Windows Store apps.

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Articles we enjoyed

Send Push Notifications from an OData Service using Windows Azure Notification Hubs
There are three main benefits provided to mobile device apps by cloud-based services: data access and storage, authentication, and push notifications—note that Windows Azure Mobile Services is a single Windows Azure service that supports all three. What about cases where Mobile Services isn’t the right solution, most likely because you have an existing set of data or have already published OData feeds. How to provide your customers with the goodness of push notification functionality in your mobile device app when that data comes from a standard OData service?

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Service Based Membership Providers for ASP.NET
The ASP.NET framework has a built-in, simple to use declarative mechanism for membership managements, provided that the applications have implemented and configured a set of provider classes derived from a set of predefined base classes. They are called custom providers in the sequel. The present article describes a set of custom providers for a service based membership management system

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Quick ASP.NET Performance Tips
Sometimes some quick tweaks can boost your application performance. That is changing a little can lead to greatly improve the performance of your application. In this article, I will show you how to increase the application performance with minimal changes in the code.

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Libraries and Tools to the rescue

MSDN Subscribers: You’ve Got It, Now Use It

Activate and try your Windows Azure MSDN benefits before September 30th and you could win an Aston Martin V8 Vantage. Read more

Events/Webinars/Seminars you shouldn't miss

Over $100,000 in cash and prizes to be won in our new Windows and Windows Phone contest

Unity and Microsoft are inviting Unity developers to enter a new contest by submitting beautifully crafted, high-quality new or existing games or content for the upcoming Windows Store Apps and Windows Phone 8 platforms. Over $100,000 in cash and prizes will be awarded to a number of talented and lucky winners. Read more

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