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Liquid Newsletter Template Week:05
Year:2016
Date:2016-Feb-04
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Articles we enjoyed

New features in C# 7, part 2
In my previous post about probable new features in C# 7, I talked about Tuples, Record Types and Pattern Matching. These are the most obvious candidates for inclusion. In this post I want to highlight a few more new features that are not getting as much attention but are also very useful features.

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Windows, Enterprise Mobility, Productivity and IoT
At the end of another interesting week in my world I finally managed to start a little side project I hope you’ll find interesting that I’ve been planning all year, but more on that another time! Let’s take a look at the best of this week in Windows and Enterprise Mobility.

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TypeScript – Understanding TypeScript
In many ways, it’s useful to think of TypeScript on its own merits. The TypeScript language specification refers to TypeScipt as “a syntactic sugar for JavaScript.” That’s true and probably an essential step in reaching to the language’s target audience—client-side developers currently using JavaScript.

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InMemory Caching in ASP.NET MVC 6
Caching enables you to store data in memory for rapid access. This way, when you access the data again, your applications can fetch data from the cache instead of making round trips to the data source. This improves performance and scalability. Caching also comes in handy when the data source is temporarily unavailable.

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Videos we favorited

Manually Updating a Raspberry Pi 2 running Windows 10 IoT Core

In this quick video, I walk through the process to manually update your Raspberry Pi 2 running Windows 10 IoT Core build 10.0.10586.0 to the new 10.0.10586.63 update.

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Microsoft Mechanics: Azure Stack and what it means for IT

Microsoft Mechanics: Azure Stack and what it means for IT

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A Brief Look at the .NET Portability Analyzer

.NET is going through some monumental changes! It is often difficult to even begin to think about how to port our particular code to the various flavors of .NET. In this video Taylor Southwick and Connie Yau spend some time discussing a great tool that will definitely help in this difficult process. I was impressed with how easy it was to ascertain trouble spots that might cause issues when attempting to port libraries over to a more lightweight portable profile. Would love your comments!

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Libraries and Tools to the rescue

Apache Cordova development lands on Visual Studio Code

Thousands of developers already use Visual Studio’s Tools for Apache Cordova—affectionately abbreviated as “TACO”—to build mobile apps for iOS, Android and Windows using a shared JavaScript codebase. Within the IDE, TACO provides everything you need to install and configure the native SDKs, preview your app, debug on emulators and devices, and even manage continuous integration/deployment via Visual Studio Team Services. Read more

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