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Liquid Newsletter Template Week:41
Year:2015
Date:2015-Oct-08
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The October Edition of MSDN Magazine
The October Edition of MSDN Magazine is now available online, with article topics ranging from Azure to personal development, with a healthy dose of .NET and ASP.NET in the middle

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Using Effort – Entity Framework Unit Testing Tool
This article is a guide for using the Codeplex project Effort for testing Entity Framework applications without requiring the unit tests to actually hit the SQL Server database. Effort instead allows you to create a fake or mock database so that you can focus on testing your Business Logic Layer without having to be concerned about the Data Access Layer.

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How To Learn a New Programming Language While Maintaining Your Day Job and Still Being There For Your Family
I’m also very married and a father of two, and I’m happily working full time (more than full time really) with Pluralsight. But I also had ample time to dive into Elixir and I thought I would share how I did it.

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Authorization Policies and Middleware in ASP.NET 5
Imagine you want to protect a folder full of static assets in the wwwroot directory of an ASP.NET 5 project. There are several different approaches you could take to solve the problem, but here is one flexible solution using authorization policies and middleware.

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Introducing ASP.NET WebHooks Receivers – WebHooks made easy.
There's been a lot of enthusiasm lately about the direction that ASP.NET is going lately, and rightfully so. However, while ASP.NET 5 is cool and exciting, it's also not yet released (at the time of this writing, Beta 8 is being worked on). There are very cool things happening around ASP.NET 4.6 which is released and ready to go live today. Something else that's VERY cool that I want to explore today is ASP.NET WebHooks, which just came out as a preview and is being actively worked on.

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IntelliTest for .NET – Test More with Less (effort)
Writing a suit of unit tests that exhaustively exercise and validate the logic of the code under test is not easy. It can even be considered too expensive to do at all. Fortunately, the IntelliTest feature shipping in the Visual Studio 2015 Enterprise Edition addresses both concerns: it helps you achieve high code coverage at a fraction of the cost.

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Publishing a Nuget package to Nuget/Myget with VSO Build vNext
Publishing a package to myget or nuget with a TFS/VSO vNext build is a breeze. First of all you should create a .nuspec file that specify everything about your package and include it in your source control.

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Introducing U-SQL – A Language that makes Big Data Processing Easy
Microsoft announced the new Azure Data Lake services for analytics in the cloud that includes a hyper-scale repository, a new analytics service built on YARN that allows data developers and data scientists to analyze all data, and HDInsight, a fully managed Hadoop, Spark, Storm and HBase service. Azure Data Lake Analytics includes U-SQL, a language that unifies the benefits of SQL with the expressive power of your own code. U-SQL’s scalable distributed query capability enables you to efficiently analyze data in the store and across relational stores such as Azure SQL Database.

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