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Articles we enjoyed

How to Implement a Service Architecture on Windows Azure using WCF, WPF, and Unit Testing
In this hands-on lab, you will learn how to:
  • Set up the expenses infrastructure
  • Create some unit tests for our client application
  • Add a ViewModel feature and expose it in a view
  • How setup a WCF service inside if IIS
  • How set permissions so IIS can access the WCF Service Folders
  • How to add asynchronous unit tests to a WPF project
  • How to use the Fake Assembly capability of Visual Studio to do dependency injection
  • How to perform unit tests for WPF Application
  • How to use converters to set the background color of a grid based on the pending approvals

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Getting started with ASP.NET Web API 2.2 for OData v4.0
A few weeks ago we started publishing nightly builds for our initial support in ASP.NET Web API for the OData v4.0 protocol. Our OData v4.0 support is based on the OData Library for OData v4.0 that has been released in the past few months. The OData v4.0 protocol introduces a lot of changes and new features that allow more flexibility in the way to model services and improvements over many features from the past versions of the protocol.

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Videos we favorited

TWC9: New CodeLens, TEE Update 1, VSO, Launching 325 WP8 apps and more…

This week on Channel 9, Dan and Brian discuss the week's top developer news.

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Events/Webinars/Seminars you shouldn't miss

Building Blocks

Whether you’re attending the upcoming //build conference in person or online, you can gear up for it with this new and informative Jump Start series, “Building Blocks.” Dust off your skills to initialize, construct, and extend in these deep dives covering HTML5, XAML, CSS, C#, mobile services, working with data, and much more. The live events with real-time Q&A sessions feature expert and entertaining presenters who share their practical experience and insights. Sign up for one or all three, and get ready to //build!
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