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Year:2014
Date:2014-Dec-02
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Specification pattern in C#
In this article, we are going to explore the classic specification pattern and implement it in order to compose the LINQ queries, and also non-LINQ queries. This article will also help beginners in understanding the specification pattern and how to implement it in practice. Major benefits of the specification patterns include reusability, maintainability, loose coupling of business rules from the business objects, readability and easy testing.

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Polyglot Apps for iOS, Android and Beyond
It's well known by now that you can use C# to write apps for iOS and Android by leveraging Xamarin tools, especially if you've been following this column. It's also well documented that you can take a lot of that C# over to other platforms such as Windows Phone and Windows Store, but did you know you can use F#, Visual Basic, Razor, HTML, and JavaScript in your apps, as well?

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OmniSharp – Making cross-platform .NET a reality, and a pleasure
In case you missed it, make sure to read Announcing .NET 2015 - .NET as Open Source, .NET on Mac and Linux, and Visual Studio Community because there's been some big stuff going on. Here's the summary of the .NET 2015 Wave of awesomeness. We are running .NET as an open source project going forward. http://github.com/dotnet There's a home for Microsoft on GitHub now at http://microsoft.github.io You can get Visual Studio Community for FREE now at http://visualstudio.com/free ASP.NET 5 will run on Windows, Linux, and Mac. Yes, really.

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Visual Studio 2015 Features!
Microsoft have released some more information about Visual Studio 2015 and the excellent new features!

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Libraries and Tools to the rescue

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JavaScript Regular Expression Visualizer. Read more

Events/Webinars/Seminars you shouldn't miss

Open Source for DevOps Practices

Want to support more agility in your dev, test, and deploy scenarios? Whether you're a Developer working in agile or an IT Pro in a growing enterprise, you know that modern software applications are heterogeneous, they include both Linux- and Windows-based components. At the same time, development processes continue to become more agile, and operations teams are responding in kind. Read more

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