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Year:2016
Date:2016-Feb-16
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Books we recommend

Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2016: Mission-Critical Applications, Deeper Insights, Hyperscale Cloud, Preview 2

With Microsoft SQL Server 2016, a variety of new features and enhancements to the data platform deliver breakthrough performance, advanced security, and richer, integrat...ed reporting and analytics capabilities. In this Preview 2 ebook, we introduce three new security features: Always Encrypted, Row-Level Security, and dynamic data masking; discuss enhancements that enable you to better manage performance and storage: TempDB configuration, query store, and Stretch Database; review several improvements to Reporting Services; and also describe AlwaysOn Availability Groups, tabular enhancements, and R integration.

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Articles we enjoyed

Flexbox Containers, PRE tags and managing Overflow
I've been moving a bunch of old markup over to Flexbox layout recently, because it makes so many things so much easier to deal with. One place I did this with is this blog – previously I was using a left float with absolutely positioned headers and containers, which worked Ok but was a nightmare to maintain. Moving that code to use a simple flexbox grid to manage the alignment greatly simplified the layout. The complexity of the CSS is greatly reduced and the page behavior is much more consistent across viewport sizes. Big win!

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ASP.NET WebHooks and Slack Slash Commands
We just added a couple of new features in ASP.NET WebHooks that makes it easier to build some nice integrations with Slack Slash Commands. These commands make it possible to trigger any kind of processing from a Slack channel by generating an HTTP request containing details about the command.

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Thinking functionally in JavaScript (part three)
In continuing this series of posts about functional JavaScript (one, two), I whimsically wondered if we could apply the SOLID principles of object-oriented programming. We took a look at S last time (the Single Responsibility Principle), and were fairly successful.

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Analyze CPU and Memory while Debugging
Would you like to learn how to make your code run faster, use less memory, or just find out whether your code has a CPU or memory issue? Of course you would—you’re a developer! But then, memory and performance tuning often suffers from the pitfall of being an “important but not urgent” task that you simply can’t seem to get to because of the really urgent stuff. So why not bring that task little closer to you?

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Create Simple, Reliable Asynchronous Apps with BlockingCollection
In an earlier column, I discussed how asynchronous processing can simplify your applications. In fact, I claimed that "asynchronous" should now be your default choice for creating an application. However, creating a reliable application that runs asynchronous processes is only possible with the right structure and the right tools.

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Angular.js Service and Factory
Angular.js is a MVC based JavaScript framework which provides client-side modularity using Angular components like Module, Controller, Services, Factory etc. A Module is an entry point to the Angular application, whereas the Controller contains objects which are used to bind with the View using Angular Directives. For Services, the general assumption is that if one or more angular controllers wants to access data from an external REST service or a Web API, then we use an Angular service. Let’s see some specifications of using Angular Service and Factory.

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Videos we favorited

Continuous Deployment and Release Management

This session discusses the benefits and demonstrates Continuous Deployment and Release Management. Continuous Deployment, which usually comes after Continuous Integration (CI), is the ability to use the output from CI and deploy this new known good build to an environment automatically. The session also covers Release Management, which is the way to mature Continuous Deployment from just one environment to the rest of the environments in your pipeline.

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Libraries and Tools to the rescue

RESTful Web API Help Documentation using Swagger UI and Swashbuckle

How to create an interactive interface (help documentation) to represent our RESTful API using popular framework Swagger & Swashbuckle. Read more

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