Top 10 Microsoft Developer Links for Wednesday, November 26, 2014


  1. Brad Sams: Visual Studio 2015 announced, preview available for download now
  2. Rami Sayar: Can I Deploy to Azure with an Open Source Language?
  3. Marius Schulz: Working with Favicons in ASP.NET MVC Applications and Visual Studio
  4. GeekWire: With .NET turnaround, Microsoft wants to create ‘one big family’ with open-source community
  5. Jeff Bramwell: Connect(“Day 1 Recap”);
  6. Sharad Cornejo Altuzar: Optimizing memory footprint: Compression in .Net 4.5
  7. developertech.com: Microsoft expands their horizon with Visual Studio and .NET
  8. Scott Guthrie: Connect(“Keynote Replay”); Developers in the mobile-first, cloud-first era
  9. Tanzim-Saqib: All Inside Visual Studio: Moving a Car Forward/Backward
  10. I Programmer News: WPF Lives!
This is my final Top 10 post. I've enjoyed sharing links with you over the past 10+ years, but this is also my final week at Microsoft. Going forward, you can find a Top 10 lists here (link will be updated soon): https://aka.ms/vsweeklytopten. It sounds like the plan is to only publish weekly vs. daily, but that'll just mean a higher signal:noise ratio. Cheers!
UPDATE: The torch has been passed...find the New Top 10 on Dmitry's website: Dmitry Lyalin - Visual Studio Developer Top 10

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Comments (11)

  1. Nguyen Quy Hy says:

    I really love your Top 10 list!

  2. My Helper says:

    Rob - Sad to see you leaving Microsoft. I have been enjoying these links.

  3. KevinK says:

    Rob, Thanks for sharing these over the years. I've really learned a lot of interesting and neat things about programming, Microsoft, and .NET! Good luck going forward!

  4. David says:

    Rob, many thanks for your contributions to the developer community; it is sad to see you leaving Microsoft, but I of course wish you well in your future endeavours...

    Best of luck!

  5. wm_quit@hotmail.com says:

    Farewell and thanks for all your efforts!

  6. Ashok N says:

    Thanks RobCaron. I always used your blog as start point to learn new things. All The Best.

  7. superblah9999@hotmail.com says:

    Best of luck, and thank you.

  8. Peter Adam says:

    Good luck, and thank you!

  9. Grant Winney says:

    Thanks for all the great links over the years Rob! I always learned something new. Best of luck, wherever you're off to next.

  10. Ravi Vellanki says:

    Thank you for all your efforts and best of luck.

  11. Sam Alavi says:

    Thank you very much for sharing and for all the effort you put every day on this over the years. I've enjoyed and learned a lot from your top 10.

    All the best and good luck on your new adventure 🙂

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