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Programming Fluent Assertions ExportFactory in MEF 2 [Alok] Heikniemi Hardcoded » What’s new in .NET Framework 4.5? [poster] ASP.NET 4.5 - New Model Binding Feature Keeps the Web Form and Model Separate Asynchronous scalable web...

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Programming Writing Better JavaScript with CoffeeScript: The Basics Mocking Frameworks in .NET Nuget Package Creation and Publishing Wizard Track Changes and Advance Scroll Mode in Visual Studio 2010 Mercurial 2.0 Released with LargeFiles extension C#/.NET...

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Programming Implementing Programming Languages using C# ModelText HTML Edit Control for .NET ScriptCover makes Javascript coverage analysis easy Visual Studio 11 .NET Advances - Somasegar’s WebLog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs Tangle: a JavaScript...

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Programming Efficient Encapsulation of JavaScript Objects Serving at the Pleasure of the King Beginner CoffeeScript Terse JavaScript 101 – part 1 JavaScript++: New, Powerful Language for Better Web Development NCrunch for Visual Studio Introducing the...

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Programming Keeping Async Methods Alive Into the Ring with Knockout.js | Nettuts+ Service Station: Authorization In WCF-Based Services Json.NET 4.0 Release 3 – LINQ to JSON performance - James Newton-King “HTTP Strict Transport Security and...

Touch a File in Windows without a Touch Utility

One of those annoying omissions in Windows is the lack of a Touch utility to update the time stamp of a file. There are dozens of freeware programs available to do this but what if...

Friday Links #172

Programming Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview: Quick Launch Updated TPL Dataflow CTP jQuery: » jQuery 1.7 Beta 1 Released Task Exception Handling in .NET 4.5 Converting a .NET DateTime object to a JavaScript Date object...

Friday Links #171

Programming The Metro-Style Info Panel Desktop What’s New For Parallelism in .NET 4.5 Bootstrap, from Twitter New Tools and New Content - ASP.NET, Visual Studio 11 Web and .NET 4.5 Developer Preview (with commentary) Reverse...

My Favorite Session of the Build Conference

Stephen Toub’s .NET 4.5 talk was easily my favorite session of the Build Conference. http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/BUILD/BUILD2011/SAC-808T Great content, awesome typing skills and even some pretty good singing. What more do you want?

Friday Links #170

Programming chainvas: A better canvas helper Subclassing jQuery jQuery: » jQuery 1.6.4 Released Everything You Need to Know About Windows 8 in Eight Minutes Visual Studio 2010 Updates Now in Windows Update! Guide to Installing...
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