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Microsoft updates “Phone Insider” app for #Windows 10 Preview

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Microsoft updates the “Phone Insider” app with a new name “Windows Insider” and ability to login with Microsoft account, moving one step forward to release Windows 10 Technical Preview for Windows Phone in February 2015. This new build will be available to users registered for Windows Insider program. In this post, I am just sharing the link and few screenshots of the app. The Windows 10 Technical Preview build for Windows Phone yet to come in February.   Though no build is currently available, but the app got an update to let the users login via Microsoft account. Earlier it
was only available to the Microsoft domain account. Not only me, but everyone using Windows Phone devices are excited to get the Windows 10 Technical Preview build in February once Microsoft releases the first public preview. Before that time, you can download the app, register yourself for Windows Insider program to get the latest bits once it is available.  Are you excited about Windows 10 Preview build for Windows Phone? Here are few screenshots of the app to get you started, but yes, you have to wait for the build to come up in February:                     
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New Pluralsight Course Just Released

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Hi All, I just had a new course published on Pluralsight. Check it out! Build your own Bootstrap Business Application Template in MVC Creating your own bootstrap template that you can reuse across many applications is simple. In this course you will build up a collection of components that you build into an MVC application. You will create both horizontal and vertical data-driven menu systems. You will see some jQuery libraries that can add great functionality to your MVC apps. In addition you will learn when you should use a library versus when you should create your own. You will see a collection
of cool UI widgets that are much smaller than those you will download on the web. You will see how to create tables that can sort and page data both client-side and server-side. Finally you will learn to build maintenance pages with search, add, edit, and delete capabilities all one a single page. http://pluralsight.com/Courses/bootstrap-business-application-template-mvc Promo Video: http://www.pdsa.com/Plural_Sight/BootstrapTemplate-PromoVideo.mp4...(Read whole news on source site)

Clean event handler invocation with C# 6

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The problem Invoking event handlers in C# has always been a bit of a pain, because an event with no subscribers is usually represented as a null reference. This leads to code like this: It’s important to use the handler local variable, as if instead you access the field twice, it’s possible that the last … Continue reading Clean event handler invocation with C# 6 →

Excerpts from the RavenDB Performance team report: Optimizing Compare, Don’t you shake that branch at me!

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Note, this post was written by Federico. In the previous post after inspecting the decompiled source using ILSpy  we were able to uncover potential things we could do. By now we already squeeze almost all the obvious inefficiencies that we had uncovered through static analysis of the decompiled code, so now we will need another strategy. For that we need to analyze the behavior in runtime in the average case. We did something like that when in this post when we made an example using a 16 bytes compare with equal arrays. To
achieve that analysis live we will need to somehow know the size of the typical memory block while running the test under a line-by-line profiler run. We built a modified version of the code that stored the size of the memory chunk to compare and then we built an histogram with that (that’s why exact replicability matters). From our workload the histogram showed that there were a couple of clusters for the length of the memory to be compared. The first cluster was near 0 bytes but not exactly 0. The other cluster was centered around 12 bytes, which makes...(Read whole news on source site)

The Morning Brew #1789

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Software NCache Distributed Cache for .NET Gets Open Sourced – Michael Domingo (Visual Studio Magazine) Native Memory Diagnostics in CTP 5 – Adam Welch Information Fun with ASP.NET 5, Linux & Docker, Part 2 – Mark Rendle The Road to C# 7 Has Begun – Jonathan Allen Evolving ASP.NET Apps – Validating Redirects and Forwards […]

Microsoft MVP Community Camp 2015

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  Microsoft MVPs in the Asia region continues with various events in 2015.  The first event is the MVP Community Camp held at the start of the year.    Melbourne's starts "today" on January 30. Sydney's will be the next Friday on February 6. https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032610278&Culture=en-AU&community=0 There are two tracks: MS Technologies for Business   In-depth with Azure Register for free here https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032610278&Culture=en-AU&community=0 While I won't be presenting a session, I'll be hanging around
with the other MVPs across the Microsoft stack answering questions.    Ask me anything about: Office 365 SharePoint TypeScript JavaScript WindowsPhone Microsoft Band XBox One Windows 10 ...(Read whole news on source site)

WebJobs QueueTrigger not working?

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Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/cskardon/archive/2015/01/29/webjobs-queuetrigger-not-working.aspxI’ve just spent quite some time trying to figure this out, you read many good things about WebJobs, and as luck would have it, you’re in the market for some nifty backend processing whenever something is added to a queue, so now seems a good time to take a proper look. So, right click on my web app, and select ‘Add, New Web Jobs’ and create a new WebJob project. Then start adding my code: class Program { static void Main() {
var host = new JobHost(); host.RunAndBlock(); } public static void ProcessQueueMessage([QueueTrigger("myqueue") string msg, TextWriter log) { log.WriteLine("Got msg {0}!", msg); } } This is the file that opens up and is initially visible. So far so looking good. Run and it says: Yay. So I add a message to queue. Nothing. The message stays there the webjob stays quiet. The clue is in the console: Functions??? Turns out there is another class called ‘Functions’...(Read whole news on source site)

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