To read last week’s post, see The week in .NET – 3/15/2016.
Next week, many of us will be in San Francisco for the Build conference. This is a very exciting opportunity for us to present our latest work on .NET, and we hope to meet lots of you there. If you can’t be there with us, don’t worry, as the keynotes will be broadcast live, and breakout sessions will be recorded and available on Channel9.
We had to re-schedule the show we had planned for last week, but we’re back this week with Richard Kiene from Joyent, to talk about running .NET Core in the Joyent cloud.
Tool of the week: Octopus Deploy
Octopus Deploy is a fantastic tool that works with your continuous integration server to deploy applications through test, staging, and production environments. Because it’s so easy, you can deploy smaller units of change, more easily, and more often, and as a result move faster. Octopus Deploy is a commercial product that is free for small teams that handle 5 projects or less and deploy them to up to ten target machines.
User group of the week: New York ALT.NET
- The Sound of .NET, a aggregation of .NET podcasts.
- High speed applications – parallelism in .NET part 1 and part 2 by Erik Bergman.
- Peachpie – the PHP Compiler for .NET by Benjamin Fistein.
- LINQPad.QueryPlanVisualizer by Giorgi Dalakishvili.
- NBench Performance Testing – NUnit and ReSharper Integration by Andrea Angella.
- Joe Audette built a simple blog engine that runs on ASP.NET Core.
- First Look: Authentication in ASP.NET Core (video) by Seth Juarez and Pranav Rastogi.
- Extending the ASP.NET Core 1.0 Identity SignInManager by Steve Gordon.
- ASP.NET Two Factor Auth with Google’s Authenticator App part 1 and part 2 by Lachlan Barclay.
- ASP.NET Web API / OWIN authenticated integration tests without authorization server by Martijn Boland.
- Integrating ASP.NET Core Configuration in MVC 4 and Integrating ASP.NET Core Dependency Injection in MVC 4 by Scott Dorman.
- Using Specflow to test Web API by Veronica S. Zotali.
- Logging basics in ASP.NET Core (video) by the ASP.NET Monsters.
- Content Negotiation in ASP.NET Core by Shawn Wildermuth.
- Building Reactive Services Using Functional Programming, by Rachel Reese.
- .NET Machine Learning: F# and Accord.NET, by Alena Hall.
- Functional Reactive Programming with NUI, by Riccardo Terrell.
- GPUs and DSLs for Life Insurance Modeling, by Peter Sestoft.
- Earthquake Scraping with a Type Provider, by Edgar Sánchez.
- Functional Architecture is Ports and Adapters, by Mark Seemann.
Check out F# Weekly for more great content from the F# community.
- Crytek Unveils All-New CRYENGINE V and Community-Centered “Pay What You Want” Model (Now Includes C# Support)
- Enhanced Visuals, Better Performance, And More: The Unity 5.4 Public Beta is Ready For You to Download by Alex Lian
- MonoGame 3.5 – Dean Ellis
- Unity Special Event at GDC (Video)
And this is it for this week!
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