There are three interfaces that you can use when declaring methods that return a collection. Which one is best for you and the applications using your methods?
If you don't like the way that Visual Studio looks, it's easy to change it -- provided you download this free theme editor.
You can completely disconnect your test code from your database with Entity Framework 6 in .NET and Visual Studio. You just need a little bit of custom code for your application, along with some boilerplate code.
It's the only such service directly from MongoDB Inc., and the only one backed by the company's MongoDB Management Service.
It's an effort to shore up potential security weaknesses.
A critical auditing app was as down as the floor of the Grand Canyon. And each day it was down was a six-figure fine.
It's been made a project on Github.
Are you tired of manually configuring IIS sites (adding Web sites, application pools, virtual directories and so on)? Use C# and the Microsoft.Web.Administration Namespace to simplify your life (or at least IIS configuration).
An old Silverlight feature is the top vote-getter so far on UserVoice.
A finicky editor takes it for a spin.
Kenny Kerr continues his series about compiler fundamentals by considering how the original source code may be converted into a stream of tokens.
Embarcadero's Appmethod goes native in its update for Windows, iOS and Android development.
Backbone provides an elegant way to encapsulate the code necessary to get your data and HTML onto the page. Peter shows how to make it work in TypeScript.
Ondrej Balas continues his discussion on refactoring your code for dependency injection, this time focusing on the composition root pattern.
The big three: SQL Server, MySQL and Oracle