Month: September 2014

Random Link Roundup–9/25/2014

It’s the last Friday of September.  Time for another cat pic and some links! [more] I’ve been working on some simplified ASP.NET Identity samples lately, something that shows how cleanly it can be implemented if you remove some of the bad design and noise that the VS project template adds.  These two posts were very…

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Random Link Roundup–9/19/2014

It’s Friday, which means another round-up of useful links.  Oh, and a cat picture! [more] There’s some really cool stuff coming with C# 6.0.  Check out some of the enhancements! Be sure to check out EntityFramework.Extended if you are using Entity Framework.  It adds support for future queries, caching, and auditing to EF. Want to…

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Random Link Roundup–9/12/2014

Happy Friday!  It was a busy week for me, so I’ve gather a lot of links to share!  Enjoy! [more] The first bug was reported 67 years ago on September 9th, 1947.  If you are interested in Phonegap, check out this article on using Ionic with with Phonegap. Chartist is yet another (nice-looking!) JavaScript charting…

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SpecsFor Releases!

I’ve been quietly shipping preview releases of new things for SpecsFor for the last couple of months.  It’s time to finally get these things promoted to “final” status and talk about them.  From better assertions to a whole new helper library, there’s a lot to talk about, so buckle up! [more] SpecsFor 4.1.0 Released! This…

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Random Link Roundup–9/5/2014

It’s Friday again!  Here are more random useful and/or interesting links.  Enjoy! [more] Project Wing from Google is just plain cool.   But I’m still waiting on my self-driving car.  Free food in 2020 depends on it! I much prefer the “controller as” syntax in Angular JS over the traditional scope-based approach.  But I’ve been falling…

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