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Articles we enjoyed

Essential .NET – Designing C# 7
By the time you read this, the C# 7 design team will have been discussing, planning, experimenting and programming for about a year. In this installment, I’ll sample some of the ideas they’ve been exploring. In reviewing, be mindful that at this time these are still ideas for what to include in C# 7. Some of the ideas the team has simply talked about, while others have made it as far as experimental implementations.

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Announcing PowerApps with Azure App Service
Today at the Convergence Conference in Spain, Bill Staples announced PowerApps. The team I work on doesn't just make ASP.NET, we also make tools and services for Azure App Service and for the last year the team has been building PowerApps. PowerApps makes it easy to quickly create new business apps, connect systems and then share those apps with anyone on your team.

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Videos we favorited

Connect(); // 2015

A year ago Connect(); started the journey for a new Microsoft for developers, unveiling the future of an open source .NET on Linux and Mac, and a free Visual Studio for targeting any device and any OS.

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Web Application Compatibility Inside Windows 10

In this weeks' episode we will take a look at the browsers inside Windows 10, Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11. We will help answer questions such as, why does Windows 10 have 2 browsers, how do I think about this in the context of web app compatibility, guidance on your long-term web app strategy, and what you should be doing the short term.

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Visual Studio Code Extensions

Visual Studio Code now supports extension! In this session we'll show you how easy it is to add to the core functionality by creating an extension (a spell checker for Markdown).  We will edit, run and debug the extension just like any other TypeScript program and close by publishing to the gallery.

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Libraries and Tools to the rescue

Live Writer is now Open Source

Windows Live Writer has been turning blogging up to 11 since 2007, but since 2012 things have been a bit quiet with the application itself. However over the past few months I have had the pleasure working with a very pasionate group of engineers volunteering their time to ensure that Live Writer has a sustainable future. I'm pleased to announce that today the .NET Foundation welcomes a new project - Open Live Writer. Read more

Release Management Workflow Migrator

Looking to export a Release Management agent based deployment pipeline so that it can be reused in the Release Management service in Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS)? Read more

XAML Behaviors, open source and on UWP

Your requests to grow the XAML Behaviors platform and bring them forward to support UWP app development have been heard. Today we announce the next step: XAML Behaviors natively supported for UWP and shipping as a NuGet package (for both native and managed projects). Additionally, to build a vibrant community around the platform, Behaviors are open source and on GitHub. Now, you can help influence the future direction of Behaviors. Read more

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