New features in this version include the automation of screen caps of Web pages being tested and customizable test result reports.
With Visual Basic 14, it's not so much the language that's improving as the development environment. Here are the six things Peter thinks will mean the most to you.
In this final part on test-driven app development with ASP.NET MVC, Eric covers how to unit test the services layer.
Syncfusion Inc. has updated its Big Data Platform, unique for its claim to be "the one and only Hadoop distribution designed and optimized for Windows" and free for even commercial use.
The Visual Studio Code Team improves a few features of the portable code editor -- in particular, public issue tracking and centralized feedback channnel -- while still in preview.
Native support for JSON in the upcoming SQL Server 2016 was buried among the many goodies announced earlier this month for the flagship RDBMS, but it's the feature most requested by data developers, who this week got more details on the new functionality.
You don't always want to display the same data the same way. Here are your options for leveraging custom templates in Views to meet all of your needs -- and the code you need when a template won't do the job.
Many of the changes to TFS affect agile planning features, for the better. Here's a look at five areas.
Next generation of the Microsoft Build automation system is now in public preview as part of Visual Studio Online Sprint 82.
A peek at a diagnostics tool that gives developers some insight into networking issues that might be mucking up how apps interact among the Windows device spectrum.
In this second part on TDD for ASP.NET MVC, Eric Vogel covers how to implement unit tests for the remaining CRUD controller actions.
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The train-validate-test process is hard to sum up in a few words, but trust me that you'll want to know how it's done to avoid the issue of model overfitting when making predictions on new data.
The NameOf operator is not a big thing, but it's going to save me a bunch of silly code.
Protect your ASP.NET applications from Cross-Site Request Forgery attacks by leveraging ARMOR, a C# implementation of the Encrypted Token Pattern. Here's how.
String.Format is great for mixing text and variables in a single string. String Interpolation is better. And multiline literals are pretty cool, too.