Category: friday links

friday links 18

MVC 4 beta was the release of the month : http://www.asp.net/mvc/mvc4 

  1. NETFx3 Samples – Home – dynamic calling WCF services
  2. Alan Turing’s reading list (with readable links) | John Graham-Cumming
  3. Six Whys – Or, Never Trust Your Network Switch – Blog – Stack Exchange
  4. In a New Era for Marketing, Parental Discretion Advised – Leslie Gaines-Ross – Harvard Business Review
  5. Dynamic Proxy and Memory Footprint – Vipul Modi’s Blog – Site Home – MSDN Blogs
  6. A look at ASP.NET MVC 4 | Techdays 2012 the Netherlands | Channel 9
  7. How to: Create Custom Configuration Sections Using ConfigurationSection
  8. RESTful Services with ASP.NET MVC and XHTML
  9. ASP.NET MVC Localization: Generate resource files and localized views using custom templates | Rui Jarimba
  10. ASP.NET: Downloading files from a UNC share | Rui Jarimba
  11. Single Page Application Overview: The Official Microsoft ASP.NET Site
  12. XML Visualizer v.2 – CodeProject®
  13. Calling a WCF service from a client without having the contract interface – CodeProject®
  14. 52 Things People Should Know To Do Cryptography
  15. Must-have Tools on Windows – Part 1 of 2 – Punit Ganshani
  16. Download HelpNDoc Personal Edition | HelpNDoc
  17. HelpNDoc’s feature tour | HelpNDoc
  18. Recruiting: 8 Qualities Your Best Employees Should Have | Inc.com
  19. Ubuntu for Android Effort Takes Flight – InternetNews.
  20. Mark Shuttleworth » Blog Archive » Ubuntu in your pocket
  21. Simple Talk Newsletter
  22. Automated Script-generation with Powershell and SMO
  23. How to Kill a Company in One Step or Save it in Three

friday links 16

  1. Real World: Startup Lifecycle of a Windows Azure Role
  2. Utilizing the Power of Startup Tasks in Your Windows Azure Web Role | Windows Azure Customer Advisory Team (CAT)
  3. Android Development: Do You Know Your Options? » BuildMobile
  4. Fluqi – Ease using jQuery UI with ASP.NET and ASP.NET MVC
  5. SquishIt – The Friendly ASP.NET JavaScript and CSS Squisher | CodeThinked
  6. loads.in – test how fast a webpage loads in a real browser from over 50 locations worldwide
  7. 35 Highly Advanced Yet Simple To Use jQuery Plugins | Free and Useful Online Resources for Designers and Developers
  8. gMap – Google Maps Plugin For jQuery | Download
  9. FullCalendar – Full-sized Calendar jQuery Plugin
  10. 8 Powerful WordPress Plugins You Probably Don’t Use But Should | Free and Useful Online Resources for Designers and Developers
  11. 10 Completely Free Wireframing and Mockup Tools
  12. Scale of the Universe 2012 – OneMoreLevel.com
  13. LayeringPrinciples
  14. svenM: Access the clipboard from a visual studio macro
  15. Using Async for File Access – C# Frequently Asked Questions – Site Home – MSDN Blogs
  16. Microsoft Key Tools and Resources for Microsoft Developers – Developers, Developers Developers – Site Home – MSDN Blogs
  17. Visual Studio 2010 UML Design Pattern Toolbox Items Extension – Microsoft Visual Studio UK Team – Site Home – MSDN Blogs
  18. What is Microdata?
  19. What are Microformats?
  20. ASP.NET MVC DropDownList, MultiSelect and jQuery – Ricka on MVC and related Web Technologies – Site Home – MSDN Blogs
  21. LosTechies | Se Habla Code
  22. Lean Startup: Look Before You Leap — Visual Studio Magazine
  23. Talking to Customers: What a Concept — Visual Studio Magazine
  24. 4 ways to do Mail Merge using Google Apps Script – Google Apps Developer Blog
  25. GUI Architectures
  26. The Build Your Own CAB Series Table of Contents | Jeremy D. Miller
  27. Romcyber | ScrapySharp in english :)
  28. What Level Programmer Are You?
  29. What are your favorite Nuget MVC packages » BuildStarted.com
  30. Jang a server-side/client-side view engine for MVC and javascript » BuildStarted.com
  31. Razor Engine v2.x » BuildStarted.com
  32. Database Performance Transparency – SQLServerCentral
  33. Productive Living
  34. Constraints, expectations and real estate | Jimmy Bogard’s Blog
  35. Linux 2.6.39-rc3 :
    << There really are only two acceptable
    models of development: "think and analyze" or "years and years of
    testing on thousands of machines". Those two really do work.>> Linus Torvalds