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Year:2014
Date:2014-May-06
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Books we recommend

Prism 5.0 for WPF – Book Download

This is a PDF version of the on-line guidance "Developer's Guide to Microsoft Prism Library 5.0 for WPF ." Prism provides guidance designed to help you more easily design and build rich, flexible, and easy to maintain Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) desktop applications.

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Articles we enjoyed

You’ve made a game, now what? Marketing and Monetization strategies
If only it were that easy. Too many game developers don’t put in as much time to think about their marketing or monetization as they should. Success in the markets is not something that just happens to you. It’s an art form, just like any other skill.

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ASP .NET MVC for Beginners in Web Development
This tutorial is aimed at .NET developers that are total beginners in the Web Applications world and want to get started using familiar Microsoft .NET technologies.

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Next-Generation Development with Application Insights
The pace of software delivery has increased dramatically over the past few years. Developers have evolved from waterfall to agile to today’s continuous release cadence. In doing so, the need has intensified for better, faster and more direct feedback. Responsiveness is the name of the game. Decision makers need tools that provide integrated analytics, and make timely data instantly available to the entire team.

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Videos we favorited

Twenty C# Questions Explained

​Are you a developer with coding questions? Many new and experienced developers visit Stackoverflow.com to find solutions and to help others resolve their computing questions and issues. This training session focuses on 20 of the top questions surrounding the C# language, based on number of views and votes on stackoverflow.

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Libraries and Tools to the rescue

New Microsoft Threat Modeling Tool 2014 Now Available

Today we’re announcing the release of the Microsoft Threat Modeling Tool 2014. This is the latest version of the free Security Development Lifecycle Threat Modeling Tool that was previously released back in 2011. More and more of the customers I have been talking to have been leveraging threat modeling as a systematic way to find design-level security and privacy weaknesses in systems they are building and operating. Threat modeling is also used to help identify mitigations that can reduce the overall risk to a system and the data it processes. Once customers try threat modeling, they typically find it to be a useful addition to their approach to risk management. Read more

Unity 3.5 RTW: Now with more Peace, Love, and Rock “n” Roll

I’m extremely proud to announce the latest release of the Unity DI container. We have updated it to simplify cross-platform development of apps and services. Read more

Make Windows 8 Games with Construct 2

Creating a game for Windows 8 is easy and fun with Construct 2. Construct 2 is a HTML5 based game editor developed by Scirra. It is targeted primarily for non-programmers for developing games in a drag-and-drop fashion in a visual editor and a behavior-based logic system. Construct 2 is a game framework to support cross platforms including Windows 8, Windows Phone 8, iOS, Android, Chrome Web Store, Web (HTML) and Facebook. Read more

«It’s just a software issue»- Edge.js brings Node and .NET together on three platforms

Tomasz Janczuk has been working on Edge.js (on Github) for a while now. I showed his work at jQuery Portland last year, but this week he's taking it to the next level. He is creating a wormhole between software universes. Read more

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