Develop and Deploy ASP.NET 5 Apps on Linux

NOTE: This post is part 2 of a series on developing and deploying cross-platform web apps with ASP.NET 5: Develop and Deploy ASP.NET 5 Apps on Mac OS X Develop and Deploy ASP.NET 5 Apps on Linux (this post) Deploy ASP.NET 5 Apps to Docker on Linux Deploy ASP.NET 5 Apps to Docker on Azure       Download instructions ...

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Develop and Deploy ASP.NET 5 Apps on Mac OS X

NOTE: This post is part 1 of a series on developing and deploying cross-platform web apps with ASP.NET 5: Develop and Deploy ASP.NET 5 Apps on Mac OS X (this post) Develop and Deploy ASP.NET 5 Apps on Linux Deploy ASP.NET 5 Apps to Docker on Linux Deploy ASP.NET 5 Apps to Docker on Azure       Download instructions ...

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Scheduling cross-threaded tasks using .Net’s BlockingCollection

Concurrency has always been a complicated aspect of computer science. With modern hardware increasing not only in speed but also in parallelism, it has become necessary to use concurrency in applications to fully exploit available resources. This is done using threads, which can be thought of as independently running sub-programs of a larger program, or process. Each thread has its ...

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Data’s hierarchy of needs

This post originally published in the AppsFlyer blog. A couple of weeks ago Nir Rubinshtein and I presented AppsFlyer’s data architecture in a meetup of Big Data & Data Science Israel. One of the concepts that I presented there, which is worth expanding upon is “Data’s Hierarchy of Needs:”     Data should Exist Data should be Accessible Data should ...

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CRITICAL SKILLS FOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPER TOO FEW PEOPLE TALK ABOUT

There are many discussions of what you should learn or need to know as a software developer. Most of the time these discussions are about technical stuff, like IDEs, programming languages, patterns, tools and so on. Of course there are also discussions about soft skills: How to give feedback, how to deal with difficult coworkers or customers. All important stuff. ...

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HighCharts databinding in C#

Read the previous article about the HighCharts.net component? Ready to start with the HighCharts discovering? Ok, let’s start with a very simple project. I want to draw a line chart populating it with the data stored in a database table (so called databinding). This tutorial uses data stored in a sql database. If you need a smart SQL Editor to ...

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Using HighCharts in Asp.net web forms

These days I’m working on a simple asp.net project for a informative dashboard with charts and filter capability. So my choise was the HighCharts interactive charts for my web project. Highcharts is a charting library written in pure JavaScript, offering an easy way of adding interactive charts to your web site or web application. Highcharts currently supports line, spline, area, ...

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Creating Iterations in VSO

This post is part of an overall Series on Visual Studio Online. Click on the gear icon in the top right corner of VSO             Then click on Iterations You should now see your Iterations for this Team Project From here you can add New child iterations to an existing iteration Set Iteration dates Move ...

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Connecting Test Manager to VSO

This post is part of an overall Series on Visual Studio Online. So for the developers we have connected Visual Studio to VSO but what about something for the QA guys. Well we all know that they spend a lot of time in Microsoft Test Manager so here’s how you connect MTM to VSO. Open Microsoft Test Manager.     ...

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Create a new VSO account

This post is part of an overall Series on Visual Studio Online. To get this series started we will start with the most basic of activities which is creating a new Visual Studio Online account. Navigate to http://www.visualstudio.com/ in your favorite browser.             Click Sign Up on the tile on the right You will then ...

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