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Liquid Newsletter Template Week:21
Year:2016
Date:2016-May-24
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Books we recommend

Windows 10 IT Pro Essentials: Top 10 Tools

Dive in to Windows 10 with award-winning journalist and Windows Expert Ed Bott in this highly curated free eBook covering the top apps, accessories, and utilities included in the box with Windows 10. The sheer volume of Windows programs and accessories says a lot about the power and complexity of Windows—a fact that every IT pro knows from firsthand experience. There’s a tool for nearly every task, and a large part of the process of becoming a Windows expert is knowing how to find the appropriate one when you need it.

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Planning and Preparing for Microsoft SharePoint Hybrid

This book is part of a series to provide readers from all over the world with a guide on how to connect SharePoint on-premises to Microsoft's cloud services. You will gain insight into planning, architecture, configuration, and management of SharePoint hybrid. This book covers foundational topics with which you will learn more about Office 365 and Microsoft Azure, architecture planning, platform hygiene and preparation, directory synchronization, and how to configure a seamless single sign-on experience for users.

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Articles we enjoyed

Converting an ASP.NET Core RC1 Project to RC2
With the release of ASP.NET Core RC2, Microsoft hit a major milestone. But this change isn’t a trivial one. It’s a big change. Since I’m updating my Pluralsight course on ASP.NET Core, I wanted to get a list of changes for the new version. I figured I’d share all the changes I could find converting a stock RC1 project to a RC2 one. It’s a big list, but hopefully manageable. Please share in comments and changes I missed so others can be helped!

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Multiple URL performance testing support for Azure Web Applications
Performance/load testing of Azure web applications is supported for a while, today we are announcing support for multiple URLs performance testing using Visual Studio web test format. Typically web application includes multiple web pages with headers and query parameters, so currently user has to create multiple test runs in Azure portal for testing each of these pages. We have been getting feedback to support multiple web pages in a single performance test run. With the latest update, you can now simulate a user scenario with multiple URLs and performance test your web application fully.

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.NET Core – .NET Goes Cross-Platform with .NET Core
This article should help clarify what .NET Core is today and what its goals are, how it relates to the Microsoft .NET Framework and the fundamentals of the command-line tooling that you can use to get started with .NET Core.

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Libraries and Tools to the rescue

Announcing Updated Web Development Tools for ASP.NET Core RC2

We are pleased to announce the ASP.NET Core Tooling Preview release to support the .NET Core RC2 and ASP.NET Core RC2 release. Get the new version of the framework and Visual Studio 2015 support now at: http://dot.net Read more

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