Welcome to 1Gig Tech update!
In today’s edition, there are 10 articles on technology, news, open source, community on the fantastic and ever evolving technology world.
- Let’s Encrypt is a new Certificate Authority:It’s free, automated, and open. In Public Beta
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- quozd/awesome-dotnet (quozd)
Awesome .NET! A collection of awesome .NET libraries, tools, frameworks, and software. Inspired by awesome-ruby, awesome-php, awesome-python, frontend-dev-bookmarks and ruby-bookmarks.
- 01 Punit Ganshani – Packaging your libraries with NuGet
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- Coding is boring, unless… — Enki Blog — Medium
As a developer, I never managed to stick to the same job for more than two years. Each new job was a good career move, and a high turnover is common in our industry. But my previous employers were not particularly happy that I left.
- Glimpse v2 Beta1 Released! (nikmd)
This morning at the Connect(); event in New York city, Scott Hanselman announced some exciting news: Glimpse v2 Beta1 is now available! Glimpse v2 is a major evolution of the platform. We’re extremely proud of what we’ve accomplished thus far, and we think you’ll like what you see.
- Using ASP.NET WebHooks with IFTTT and Zapier to Monitor Twitter and Google Sheets (Heath Stewart)
With the latest drop of ASP.NET WebHooks we have added a generic JSON WebHook receiver, which can be used to receive WebHooks from services like IFTTT and Zapier.
- Restricting Columns Retrieved in Entity Framework (Peter Vogel)
A couple of months ago, I wrote a column on how to avoid downloading columns in a table that has hundreds of columns or columns containing large objects (or, at least, only downloading those columns when you want them).
- ASP.NET 5 on AWS EC2 Container Service in 10 Steps (Armen Shimoon)
One of the most promising features of ASP.NET 5 is the ability to run on Windows, Mac, and Linux. With regard to development, I imagine most people will continue to use Windows or develop from OS X (even if the tooling is less mature).
- Re: Tyranny of NuGet
My old friend Mitch Denny (it’s been a while!) wrote about the Tyranny of NuGet. In addition to these two popular uses, NuGet is also used by the new PowerShell Package Management tools as one possible source/provider of packages, once again for installation of software.
- .NET Reflector 9.0 release notes (Tom Crossman)
The Roslyn compiler and the C#5 compiler emit different IL for asynchronous and anonymous methods. Reflector can now correctly decompile Roslyn-compiled code for these language constructs. Thanks to Paulo Morgado for his input during the beta program.
|Reference:||1Gig-Tech (#19) – Glimpse, WebHooks, ASP.NET on AWS from our NCG partner Punit Ganshani at the Punit Ganshani blog blog.|