Can't see this email? View it in your browser.
DotNet Weekly
Liquid Newsletter Template Week:24
Year:2016
Date:2016-Jun-15
Visit Our Site
Your weekly .NET update

Books we recommend

Image Free ebook: Microsoft Azure Essentials Migrating SQL Server Databases to Azure

We’re happy to announce the availability of our newest free ebook, Microsoft Azure Essentials Migrating SQL Server Databases to Azure (ISBN 9781509302925), by Carl Rabeler. Enjoy!

Read more

Articles we enjoyed

10 Lessons from a Long Running DDD Project – Part 1
Round about 7 years ago, I was part of a very large project which rooted its design and architecture around domain-driven design concepts. I’ve blogged a lot about that experience (and others), but one interesting aspect of the experience is we were afforded more or less a do-over, with a new system in a very similar domain. I presented this topic at NDC Oslo (recorded, I’ll post when available).

Read more

Microsoft Buys LinkedIn for $26.2 billion
Allow me to be the 15th person to share the news that Microsoft announced the acquisition of LinkedIn for $26.2 billion dollars.

Read more

ASP.NET – Use Custom Middleware to Detect and Fix 404s in ASP.NET Core Apps
If you’ve ever lost something at a school or an amusement park, you may have had the good fortune of getting it back by checking the location’s Lost and Found. In Web applications, users frequently make requests for paths that aren’t handled by the server, resulting in 404 Not Found response codes (and occasionally humorous pages explaining the problem to the user).

Read more

Essential .NET – Dependency Injection with .NET Core
In my last two articles, “Logging with .NET Core” (msdn.com/magazine/mt694089), and, “Configuration in .NET Core” (msdn.com/magazine/mt632279), I demonstrated how .NET Core functionality can be leveraged from both an ASP.NET Core project (project.json) and the more common .NET 4.6 C# project (*.csproj). In other words, taking advantage of the new framework isn’t limited to those who are writing ASP.NET Core projects. In this column I’m going to continue to delve into .NET Core, with a focus on .NET Core dependency injection (DI) capabilities and how they enable an inversion of control (IoC) pattern.

Read more

ASP.NET Core: Getting Started with AngularJS 2
Last year I wrote an article about “ASP.NET 5: Jump Start to AngularJS with MVC 6 Web API”. This article will walk you through on how to get started with AngularJS 2 in ASP.NET Core (a.k.a ASP.NET 5). In this article you will basically learn how to set up the required tools needed for you to run a simple Angular 2 App within ASP.NET Core. By simple, I mean there’s no database or data model involved as I’m trying to keep this article as simple as possible so starters can easily follow. In my next article, I'll demonstrate how to build an app that uses ASP.NET Core Web API to work with data, but at this point we’ll just start with the basics first.

Read more

Python & Django on Nano Server
One of Nano Server’s core scenarios is to serve as a lightweight OS for born-in-the-cloud applications running in a VM or a container. Nano Server already supports .ASP.NET Core (aka ASP.NET 5) with IIS, node.js, and now, we’re happy to announce support for Python & Django.

Read more

Videos we favorited

Power Tools for Windows 10

Dive into Windows 10 with award-winning journalist and Windows Expert Ed Bott, along with Microsoft Technical Evangelist Jennelle Crothers, in this course covering tips, shortcuts, and top utilities for Windows 10.

Read more

Real Madrid & Microsoft: Better Together – Embarking on a Digital Transformation Initiative

With over 450 million fans spread out across the globe, how could Real Madrid create meaningful connections with its extraordinary fan base? This was the unique challenge Microsoft was issued and through Microsoft Cloud solutions consisting of Azure, Dynamics CRM and Power BI, Real Madrid was able to embrace a truly innovative digital transformation throughout its entire organization.

Read more

Libraries and Tools to the rescue

Scripty, a C# T4 Alternative

Today's Visual Studio extension is, in short, code that writes code. Read more

Get SQL Server 2016 now

Build intelligent, mission-critical applications Read more

Visual Studio 2015 Update 3 RC

Today we are sharing Visual Studio 2015 Update 3 RC. This release candidate primarily focuses on stability, performance, and bug fixes, but we also have some feature updates. I’ll share highlights in the rest of this post. Read more

Quickly add a reference to a NuGet packages in Visual Studio 2015

With the recent updates of Visual Studio 2015 (Update 3 RC),  we can now install and add references for Nuget Packages as part of quick fix light bulb.  Like wise, adding references from installed assemblies, Visual Studio now also suggests Nuget Packages for references for the specific types. Then you can install  and refer the latest version automatically or take help of package manager to install specific versions for the same Nuget Package. Read more

Follow us: Facebook Facebook Twitter Twitter
/* DotNet Weekly */

Email: info@dotnetweekly.com

Unsubscribe here
Footer