Date: 2017-Oct-10 Week: 41 Year: 2017
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Articles we enjoyed
Exploring HEAD method behavior in ASP.NET Core
This post explores how the HEAD method is handled by ASP.NET Core and proposes solutions to some problems.
Dissecting the local functions in C# 7
The Local functions is a new feature in C# 7 that allows defining a function inside another function.
Working with Asynchronous Methods in C#
In yesterday’s article, “Motivation for async/await in C#“, we have seen why asynchronous programming is important. We have ...
Serverless for all developers: bringing Azure Functions to Linux, Mac, planet scale NoSQL, real-time analytics, and productivity apps
With the increased popularity of serverless, we hear from developers from all kinds of backgrounds and preferences. Many of them a...
Azure Machine Learning WorkBench
Getting Started with Machine Learning Workbench for Windows
Wisej: The Easy Button for Enterprise Software – CodeProject
Wisej is a powerful platform that abstracts away the nuances of client/server interactions while embracing all the web has to offe...
Interesting C# 7.x features – Part 02
In the previous post I talked about Value Tuples in the new C# 7.0 and 7.1 version and how awesome they are. In this post I'll jus...
Microsoft Edge for iOS and Android: What developers need to know – Microsoft Edge Dev BlogMicrosoft Edge Dev Blog
As you may have read on the Windows Experience blog, Joe Belfiore announced today that Microsoft Edge is coming to iOS and Android
Videos we favorited
.NET Standard – The Version Table
In this episode, I'll explain the infamous version table you can now find here http://immo.landwerth.net/netstandard-versions/
Introduction to IdentityServer for ASP.NET Core – Microsoft Virtual Academy
Want to build your own security token service? You can do just that, with IdentityServer. Join Microsoft’s Scott Hanselman and I...
Free .NET Training – The Videos from .NET Conf 2017 are now available
.NET Conf 2017 is done and it was great. We had three days of sessions, and two of the days had two tracks, so there's more than 4...
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