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Wednesday, March 4, 2015
4 Mar 2015U
dmihailescu
A Visual Studio add-in that inserts some commonly known OO paterns into your working project and more.
4 Mar 2015N
navin_mantoo
How to Implement HTML5 Web Worker
4 Mar 2015N
Vadim Stadnik
We discuss simple variants of the Voronoi diagram using standard containers and algorithms that deliver better performance than the brute force approach.
4 Mar 2015N
Nitij
An article about different ways to write Unobtrusive JavaScript.
3 Mar 2015N
Arjun Singh Faguda
How to add validation group in MVC
3 Mar 2015N
Kimmo Mbanga
MyFamily.Show : A simple Family Tree Mobile App to keep details of your family tree.
3 Mar 2015N
MatthewThomas
Dragging and dropping in WPF with a MVVM style architecture
3 Mar 2015N
F-ES Sitecore
IntroductionSitecore has an extensive caching framework that allows it to cache everything from items in its database all the way to the html output of its renderings.  When using Sitecore's cache framework it employs a number of techniques to ensure that the cached data remains valid, and if you us
3 Mar 2015N
Lee P Richardson
I thought it would be fun to do a back-to-basics kind of post on the JavaScript language and base it on my second most popular blog post of all time Parameter passing in C#.In other words this post will present some JavaScript brain teasers around parameter passing and visually illustrate the soluti
3 Mar 2015N
Passion4Code
Introduction Still using images for icons!! Now in every other web site/web pages, we find intensive use of icons to help user navigate and understand easily the whole purpose. Making the icons simple and understandable from user point of view is what the motive stands here. But using images for ico
3 Mar 2015N
Passion4Code
Introduction Being developers we always face a challenge, to debugand optimize the queries we have written for any request made to the server. Getting the exact time of the queries requested for each page load is next to impossible. Usually we count one two three.. and see the average.. :D. But is t
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
3 Mar 2015N
Graham D Smith
When I first started listing the draft titles of blog posts for my series on implementing continuous delivery with TFS naturally the vNext / Agent-less / PowerShell DSC feature of Release Management that shipped with 2013.3 was on my list. And why not? Surely this was the successor to the agent-base
3 Mar 2015N
Graham D Smith
In this blog post (which is part of my series on on implementing continuous delivery with TFS) we look at creating automated web tests with Selenium. Although the need for manual testing will probably never go away any organisation that wants to deploy software on a frequent basis is going to have t
3 Mar 2015N
Graham D Smith
In this instalment of my series on implementing continuous delivery with TFS we pick up where we left off in the previous post and add the automated web tests we created to Microsoft Test Manager. We then look at how to schedule these tests for automatic execution through the deployment pipeline. Ex
3 Mar 2015N
Kimmo Mbanga
Storing and retrieving encrypted passwords on LocalStorage using Standord Crypto Library
C#
3 Mar 2015N
Rabhi Sofiene
What you have to know about ADO.NET and Entity Framework
3 Mar 2015U
Paulo Zemek
Presenting three expandable frameworks built as Portable Class Libraries.
3 Mar 2015N
Graham D Smith
In a previous post in this series on implementing continuous delivery with TFS we arrived at the point of being able to run automated web tests on a build of the application deployed to the DAT environment. Any build that passes this stage is a candidate to be promoted to the next stage in the [&#82
3 Mar 2015N
F-ES Sitecore
IntroductionIf you use class-level variables in your Sitecore pipelines you might discover inconsistent and unwanted behaviour.ExplanationA Sitecore pipeline is merely a collection of steps with each step being a method that is called on a given class.  Let's say your pipeline step has many function
3 Mar 2015N
Graham D Smith
In a previous post in this series on implementing continuous delivery with TFS we looked at how some simple tweaks to the build process can help with the goal of baking quality in. This post continues in the vein of making improvements to the pipeline by addressing the issue of assembly versioning.

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