Visual Studio Toolbox
That "other" cloud company is a popular option due to the breadth of tools and capabilities. So, it only makes sense that there are a number of Windows developer tools available for those who want to hop on the AWS cloud.
In any real-world business, updating data isn't simple and changing the rows in the table is just the start of a complex set of processes. Fortunately, you can break those updates down into a bunch of simple processes that can be easily extended.
The cross-platform solutions provider that was acquired by Microsoft earlier this year released updates to its tools at the dotNetConf last week.
You couldn't do it in earlier versions of Entity Framework but, in more recent versions, you can use lambda expressions to save yourself from some runtime errors.
Updates to TACO, AppInsight and HockeyApp are features of this release along with stability, performance, and bug fixes.
As developers churn through coding the next versions of .NET Core and other key Microsoft technologies, the company offers new bounties on bugs. Program runs to September.
Null pointer exceptions can get downright annoying, so who needs that?
The MSDN blogs can't contain all the information that's being produced on the various Microsoft developer tools and technologies.
Last week, Microsoft's Visual Studio team released the 100th sprint for VSTS. It includes Docker release management and a Dashboard SDK for VSTS dashboard customization.
The CQRS pattern separates updates from queries, allowing you to create the best process for each of those activities. Effectively, CQRS codifies the standard practice for ASP.NET MVC developers: Here are some strategies for implementing that pattern and improving your application's performance.
WinDocks is now available for .NET developers looking for a smoother solution for spinning up Windows Server 2012-based Docker containers in the AWS cloud.
Here's how to exploit Entity Framework's change tracking mechanism by eliminating some trips to the database.
New version allows for visual design and code generation of apps using Microsoft's newest Entity Framework Core 1.0, as well as popular data access framework from Telerik.
Azure Test Drives gives developers the ability to test out apps in the cloud without any commitment whatsoever.
Case matters when moving from one language to another and, often, variable naming conflicts can be as simple as that.