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Liquid Newsletter Template Week:38
Year:2014
Date:2014-Sep-16
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Image 119 Code Smells

Once you've done a number of SQL code-reviews, you'll be able to identify signs in the code that indicate all might not be well. These 'code smells' are coding styles that, while not bugs, suggest design problems with the code. In this PDF, Phil's put together 119 of those code smells so you can see what to avoid and why.

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Articles we enjoyed

Insight into Security Model using Principal and Identity Objects in .NET
The buzz word ‘Security’ strikes me all the time when I think of designing an application. According to me, paramount importance should be given to security of any application, as hackers are always on the move. Security is something an application should possess and not be a feature. Microsoft.NET as a technology, has given various models/patterns, towards implementing security. The patterns can be customized to suit our requirement and hence is extensible in nature.

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Videos we favorited

Bing Developer Assistant

Bing Developer Assistant for Visual Studio combines the functionality of two popular Visual Studio extensions into one: Sample Browser and Bing Code Search. In this episode, Robert is joined by Yi Wei and Scott Ge, who show how developers can use this extension to find and reuse millions of code snippets and code sample projects from within the Visual Studio IDE. They focus on 3 new features: integration with IntelliSense, how the Sample Browser window provides a one-stop shop for samples and the ability to search offline.

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Libraries and Tools to the rescue

September 2014 .NET Security Updates

The .NET team released a security bulletin and a security advisory today as part of the monthly “patch Tuesday” cycle. Read more

Events/Webinars/Seminars you shouldn't miss

Lighting Up Real-Time Web Communications with SignalR

Web Devs, are you curious about ASP.NET SignalR and its appeal throughout the dev community? You have probably heard how it makes developing real-time web functionality easy and how it enables bi-directional communication between server and client. You can use it for games, inventory apps, e-commerce, and much more. There are many reasons it is the #1 most-watched .NET GitHub project, and it grows in popularity every day! Read more

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