Top 10 Microsoft Developer Links for Friday, September 20th

  1. Joe McKendrick: DevOps really does speed things up, study shows
  2. Andrew B Hall: Just My Code for JavaScript Windows Store Apps in Visual Studio 2013
  3. LightSwitch Help Website: Making JavaScript Intellisense work in Visual Studio LightSwitch HTML Client
  4. Eric Lippert: Math from scratch, part two: zero and one
  5. Boby George: What features do you want in C++ AMP V3?
  6. Sara Allison: User Experience in a platform: the Visual Studio ALM example
  7. Hongye Sun: Announcing the availability of Team Foundation Server 2013 Power Tools
  8. Herb Sutter from GoingNative2013: Keynote - One C++
  9. Buck Hodges: What’s installed on the build machine in Team Foundation Service?
  10. Jani Giannoudis:  Presentation Patterns for XAML based Applications
As of the Top 10 for September 19, I've been posting these every weekday for 2 years (minus some holidays).
After a several thousand links - what do you think? Keep on going? If so, more of one thing, less of another?
Comment below and let me know what you think.
Happy Friday!


Comments (12)
  1. Yegor says:

    Keep on going! I like the format.

  2. dam says:

    Your insightful curation of vast amount of information is very useful, keep on!

  3. Rich Mawson says:

    I love your links, it's the main way I use to catch up with all things C#

    Please keep going, it's much appreciated

  4. Gokhan says:

    Greetings from Turkey, i like your link. Some links are help me to learn. Please keep going on 🙂

  5. Rosko says:

    Well, I have been following your posts for about an year now, since summer 2012.

    So far, I admit that sometimes there would be articles which cover the same topic. This is not that bad, but certainly it is something which will make me even more happy, if it is improved. Nonetheless, I am really grateful for what you are doing and will be happy to keep reading through your posts. Keep doing the great job!

    All the best,


  6. Bob Tabor says:

    Well, I subscribe via RSS (which sends an email) and read your list every day.  I find your list valuable as a "Best of MSDN Blogs".  If you go to the main MSDN Blogs page (, there's so many posts across a very wide array of products and even from different geographical regions and languages.  It's so diverse that it's completely unusable.  Same thing with discovering via Twitter – high noise to signal ratio.  I appreciate how you vet and curate the best.  Even if your selections are not technically "the best" ever (quality and value are in the eye of the beholder), they are definitely the FILTERED set of topics that I want to see as a developer.  Thank you for your work on this, and I for one hope you continue to provide this valuable service.

  7. JDT says:

    Hi Rob,

    Thanks for posting these. I follow them avidly and often forward specific links on to interesting parties within my organisation.

    Many of these links have introduced me to blogs that I now follow separately.

    Thanks for posting!

  8. Robert says:

    Keep going, I look forward to these posts every day

  9. Felipe Isaac says:

    Hi Rob, few weeks ago i discover this links, and its has been very helpful for me.

    Keep sharing this links


  10. Paresh says:

    Keep it up ..

  11. Nagaraj says:

    You are doing great posting these information. So Keep on going!..

  12. RobCaron says:

    Thanks for all the kind words – we'll keep these coming!

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