Magazine Mayo 2014

Ya esta disponible la nueva Revista MSDN de este mes

Los temas de este mes son los siguientes:

C# Best Practices - Dangers of Violating SOLID Principles in C#

Mark Michaelis presents some of the useful new features in the next version of C#, including indexed members and element initializers, auto-properties with initializers, primary constructors, static using statements, and exception-handling improvements.

 

Visual Studio 2013 - Next-Generation Development with Application Insights

Visual Studio 2013:   Next-Generation Development with Application Insights
Application Insights delivers a set of services that integrates developer and operations tools to reduce friction in the development process. This articles explores services like availability monitoring, application performance monitoring and usage analytics to ensure that applications are available, performant and functional.

Async Programming - Patterns for Asynchronous MVVM Applications: Services

Async Programming:   Patterns for Asynchronous MVVM Applications: Services
In the third article in a series that looks at patterns for combining the async and await keywords with MVVM, Stephen Cleary looks at the service layer and discusses asynchronous services.

ALM Rangers - Software Development with Feature Toggles

ALM Rangers:   Software Development with Feature Toggles
Feature toggles are a programming concept that enables parallel, concurrent feature development as an alternative to branching for parallel development (feature branches), and allows continuous integration of features while they are being developed.

 

C# Best Practices - Dangers of Violating SOLID Principles in C#

C# Best Practices:   Dangers of Violating SOLID Principles in C#
SOLID Principles are a well-known guideline for effective software development. Brannon King looks at several C#-specific patterns that violate these principles and, in so doing, help illuminate their value to programmers.

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