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Image New Guide: Dependency Injection with Unity

About 20 years ago, Grady Booch, a world renowned software development visionary, stated in his essay Coming of Age in an Object-Oriented World that “our ability to imagine complex applications will always exceed our ability to create them”. Reflecting on this prediction today, we can see how software systems have evolutionarily become more and more complex.

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Developing, Architecting and Testing Web Applications with MVC 5, Web API 2, KnockoutJS, Ninject and NUnit
The goal of this article is to walk through a sample Customer Maintenance web application that implements the latest technology from the Microsoft stack, including the latest beta versions of Microsoft .NET 4.5.1, Visual Studio Express 2013, MVC 5, WebAPI 2 and Entity Framework 6.

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Libraries and Tools to the rescue

[Breaking News] Kinect for Windows SDK v1.8 now available

I am pleased to announce that we released the Kinect for Windows software development kit (SDK) 1.8 today. This is the fourth update to the SDK since we first released it commercially one and a half years ago. Since then, we’ve seen numerous companies using Kinect for Windows worldwide, and more than 700,000 downloads of our SDK. Read more

TFS 2013 Power Tools are available

I apologize for the long wait.  But, the TFS 2013 Power Tools are finally available.  There’s no new features in this release but there are a fair number of bug fixes and the Power Tools have all been updated to work with VS 2013 and TFS 2013.  Also, the version checking has been changed so that these Power Tools will also work with VS 2013 Updates – so you don’t have to wait for a new version of the Power Tools for every VS Update.  And, of course, these will work with VS 2013 RTM.  We are not planning another Power Tools Update for RTM unless people find significant issues that need addressing. Read more

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