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- 10 AppFabric/.Net 4 Virtual Labs now available (Greg Duncan) – Greg points out a recent post from Nicholas Allen about new Virtual Labs.
- A VS 2010 Beta3 would be welcomed (Patrick Smacchia) – Count Patrick among the .NET community members with concerns about the stability and performance of Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2.
- Silverlight 4 COM Support and 32/64 bit machines – the C64 Emulator (Pete Brown) – Pete works around a 32bit/64bit issue by going out-of-process with COM.
- Behind PaulStovell.com (Paul Stovell) – Get the inside scoop on Pauls home-grown blog engine / web site.
- Which Code Metrics Do You Consider Important? (Davy Brion) – Get some discussion going in the comments.
- Getting Started with the MVVM Pattern in Silverlight Applications (Dan Wahlin) – A great intro to MVVM with Silverlight. New to the pattern? Start here.
- The CodeBetter.Com/Devlicio.Us Endowed Scholarship in Computer Science (Brendan Tompkins) – Fantastic initiative!
- Microsoft Gets Serious About Its Cloud Business (Krishnan Subramanian) – Krishnan’s take on Microsoft Azure/WinServer re-org.
- Chrome Extensions beta launched, with over 300 extensions! (Erik Kay & Aaron Boodman) – Is FireBug there yet? :) Make sure you use LastPass so you don’t have to risk Chrome displaying your saved passwords as plain text.
.NET / Visual Studio
- LINQ query operators and null lists (Jimmy Bogard)
- SidePOP XMLConfigurator (Rob Reynolds)
- The Siege Project: Siege.ServiceLocation, Part 2 – Contextual Registration and Resolution (Marcus Bratton)
- Feedback Wanted: Links to C# Tech Info (Charlie Calvert)
- Agile Entity Framework 4 Repository Part 5: IObjectSet and Include (Julie Lerman)
- Organizing ASP.NET MVC solutions (Jimmy Bogard)
- Adding a Color Picker Control To Your ASP.NET Application (Scott Mitchell)
- Featured Open Source Project: the ColdBox ColdFusion Platform (Alex Coisman)
- Creating a Twitter Like TextBox Character Warning Using JQuery (Chris Love)
- Guided Tour: jQuery – guard and default operators (Sergio Pereira)
- Easy HTML Templating with jQuery (Sara Chipps)
- SOLUTION: Outlook Is Stripping Line Breaks From Plain-Text Emails Auto-Generated From My ASP.NET Application! (Scott Mitchell)
- Building Twitter Search using the ASP.NET Ajax Library Beta – Part II (James Senior)
Design / Methodology / Testing
- Efficient vs. Effective (Christophe Louvion)
- CQRS – Domain state (Mark Nijhof)
- Simple Prototyping: PowerPoint and SketchFlow (James Chittenden)
- Software process improvements with Lean and Kanban at BNP Paribas and Shock therapy agile adoption at 7Digital (Gojko Adzic)
- The Five Dysfunctions of a Team (Roy Osherove)
Silverlight / WPF
- Field Level Access with RIA Services (Brad Abrams)
- WCF RIA Services Exception Handling (Fredrik Normén)
- Writing a profiler for Silverlight applications – Part 2 (Gabriel N. Schenker)
- That’s a WrapPanel and I am outta here… [A balanced WrapPanel implementation for Silverlight and WPF!] (David Anson)
- Careful using Mouse.OverrideCursor (Corey Miller)
- Windows 7 & WPF 4.0 Beta – Taskbar programming of jumplists and thumbnail previews (Mike Taulty)
- MEF, Silverlight and the HVP (Jesse Liberty)
Podcasts / Screencasts / Videos
- E2E2E: Meijer, Rys and Vick – Programming Data and Building on Azure: Persistent Systems (Charles Torre)
- Webcast: Lighting Up the New Visual Studio 2010 Editor with Rich Extensions (Level 200) (Charlie Calvert)
- Reactive Extensions API in depth: Zip (Jeffrey van Gogh)
- Hanselminutes – Solver Foundation and Optimization with Nathan Brixius (Scott Hanselman)
- Dimecasts.NET Episode #154: How to host a WCF Service inside your Windows Service (Derik Whittaker)
- CSLA .NET, MVVM AND DNR TV (Rockford Lhotka)
- Major Nelson Show 343: Interviews with members of the 343 Team about Halo and more (Larry Hyrb)
- William Stanek: Fun with Windows Media Player 12 and Windows 7 (Devon Musgrave)
Community / Events
- Coding4Fun Show in Orlando (Brian Peek)
- We’re Hiring! (Eran Kampf)
- Events This Week – December 8th, 2009 (G. Andrew Duthie)
- IronRuby @ RubyConf 2009 – Part 1: Summary and IronRuby @ RubyConf 2009 – Part 2: What sets IronRuby apart? (Jimmy Schementi)
- Streaming Media Webinar with Microsoft and Internap on Enterprise Video (Silverlight Team)
- 4th NYC Girl Geek Dinner & 1 Year Anniversary (Stephen Forte)
- Guest Post: The Product Group (Peldi Guilizzoni)
- What Does Clam Chowder & the Google Wave API Have in Common? Boston! (Pamela Fox)
- Age calculation with SQL Server (Dave Ballantyne)
- Unambiguous date formats : T-SQL Tuesday #001 (Jamie Thomson)
- Locking & Blocking (Joe Webb)
- SQL SERVER – Business Intelligence – Aligning Business Metrics (Pinal Dave)
- T-SQL Tuesday #001: My Datetime FAQ (Kalen Delaney)
- SharePoint 2010 Dev TidBit – Find the PowerShell cmdlet you’re looking for and SharePoint 2010 Dev TidBit – Want to create your own dialog? (Andrew Connell)
- Common compilation error for SharePoint 2010 VS projects (Chris O’Brien)
- Nice IE8 add-ons from Play.com (Mike Ormond)
- Stack Overflow Trilogy Lego Minifigs (Jeff Atwood)
- Digital Signatures in Office 2010 (Shelley Gu)
- DZone Daily Dose – 2009/12/9 (Mitch Pronschinske)
- Microsoft Bing and MSN Messenger apps coming to the iPhone (Sebastian Anthony)
- Windows Azure Joins Windows Server in a New Organization: Server & Cloud Division (Windows Azure Team)
- Why you need a public speaking book (Scott Berkun)
- EntityCube Ready to Define and Connect Entities (Larry Larsen)
More Link Collections
- Interesting Finds: December 8, 2009 and Interesting Finds: December 9, 2009 (Jason Haley)
- The Morning Brew #494 (Chris Alcock)
- Silverlight Cream for December 08, 2009 — #752 (Dave Campbell)
- Tech Tweets for 8-Dec-2009 (Elijah Manor)
The Geek Shelf
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