Articles on Glimpse, WebHooks and ASP.NET on AWS

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.

  • 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
    Speakers: Punit Ganshani Average: 5 (1) Download How do I download the videos? To download, right click the file type you would like and pick “Save target as…” or “Save link as…” Why should I download videos from Channel9? It’s an easy way to save the videos you like locally.
  • 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.
  • 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.


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