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Someone broke the Internet! Or why you may want to mirror your dependencies…
Second, while this all happened in NPM land, this could also happen in NuGet, Maven, Componist, PyPi, Gem and other package managers. Writing code in 2016? Then let me rephrase that: this could happen to you! Someone else can break your build! Imagine what would happen if all of a sudden Newtonsoft.Json was removed from…

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Getting started with map APIs and controls
As apps become more and more location-aware, developers should be asking themselves how to integrate maps and location services into their existing applications. The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) offers a variety of controls and services to do just that.

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Videos we favorited

Advanced ASP.NET Core Authorization with Barry Dorrans

In this video, I had the chance to have a look at some more advanced implementations ASP.NET Core's new policy authorization model with Microsoft's crack security analyst Barry Dorrans (emphasis crack). I learned how to configure ASP.NET Core in more realistic scenarios to authorize access to web applications using code instead of just the presence of a role. We configured a web application to properly grant access to alcohol sales dependent on the country and their minimum age laws. I also discovered how to handle credentials like our security teams do at the office: accepting not just my company id, but also temporary ids and guest ids. I now know everything there is to know about ASP.NET Core Security and am ready to secure my next web application.

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Libraries and Tools to the rescue


Tiny, invisible and simple, yet powerful and incredibly fast vanilla JavaScript that adds search, sort, filters and flexibility to plain HTML lists, tables, or anything. Read more

14 New Extensions for Visual Studio 2015

Here's a roundup of simple yet incredibly useful free extensions for Visual Studio 2015 that will keep you coding instead of fussing, and five of them are from Mads Kristensen! Read more

Docker for Windows Beta announced

I signed up at Once installed, when you run the Docker app with Hyper-V enabled Docker automatically creates the Linux "mobylinux" VM you need in Hyper-V, sets it up and starts it up. Read more

14 New Extensions for Visual Studio 2015

It's been a while since I've done a general-purpose roundup of new Visual Studio extensions -- over a year, in fact, since "9 New Visual Studio 2013 Extensions" -- and I wasn't disappointed by the amazing variety of new, incredibly useful tools for your favorite development environment. Read more

Announcing the release of the Visual Studio Team Services extension for Visual Studio Code

Today we are excited to announce the availability of the Visual Studio Team Services extension for Visual Studio Code.  Visual Studio Code is a new, free cross-platform code editor for building modern web and cloud applications on Mac OS X, Linux and Windows. The extension allows you to manage your pull requests for your Team Services Git repositories as well as monitor builds and work items for your team project.  With just a glance at the status bar, you can see the number of active pull requests assigned to you and check the status of the latest build for your repository. Read more

Events/Webinars/Seminars you shouldn't miss

Build 2016

Keynote broadcast starts in 1 day, 7 hours, 53 minutes, 24 seconds! Read more

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