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What’s New in ASP.NET MVC 5 that make your MVC web sites shine
ASP.NET MVC 5 is the latest version of the popular ASP.NET MVC technology that enables you to build dynamic websites using the Model-View-Controller technology, with an emphasis on a clean architecture, test-driven development and extensibility. This detailed article gives you a quick overview of what's new in ASP.NET MVC version 5 and how best to apply these new features in your projects.

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Getting Exact Location of Exception in C# Code
Post is about locating exact location of the Exception in the code. There is always problem for the developer to locate exact location from where Exception raised, because of that it difficult for the developer what actually went wrong. Most of the time problem occurs when there is too many libraries referenced i.e. used in project.

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More to explore: configuration options unlocked in Windows Azure Web Sites
When managing a web site in Windows Azure Web Sites (WAWS), many options are configurable using the Azure Portal, and we are adding more options often. However, as you might already know, some of the real power options are available only by directly configuring a site’s web.config file. We’re sure you’ll be happy to hear that recently, we have exposed several new options and made them available in web.config!

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Introduction to Promises
This site aims to introduce the concept of Promises in JavaScript and provide helpful resources for people learning about them.

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How to setup a rock solid VM on Windows Azure for your WordPress blogs
Windows Azure is offering Extra Small Virtual Machines (1 vCPU, 768 MB RAM) at $9/mo, free for first 3 months. Yes, you read it right. You can get a Windows VMs at $9 (until May 31st) and Linux VMs at $15, at the same rate as Amazon Micro Instance, which is free for first year (boo Microsoft!). However, MSDN Ultimate subscribers get 1500h worth of Small VM hours for free! It is a good time to grab a VM or two and setup your own servers, where you can host your own blog and showcase your awesome open source projects. VMs are your own mini server, where you get full remote desktop access and do whatever you like. You don’t have to be limited to a web based control panel. It’s your own baby server on the cloud, fully scalable and redundant.

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Libraries and Tools to the rescue

Microsoft.Diagnostics.Tracing.EventSource is now stable

Over the past several weeks we’ve been working on addressing some feedback we’ve received from our users and added some improvements, including support for .NET Framework 3.5. Today I’m happy to announce the stable release of the EventSource and the EventRegister packages. Read more

60 Design Templates for Windows Store Apps

I recently tweeted about some upcoming new design templates. At that time, these templates were not released yet. Today, I stumbled on them again. And it turns out that they are available for free on CodePlex. You can see them all here. It’s not recommended to uses these templates as is. They’re provided as Visual Studio solutions in C# and JS and you should change the design to match your brand, of course. Read more

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