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- Daria Dovzhikova announces a bug fix update to ReSharper Ultimate fixing over 100 issues.
- The Master Data Services Blog highlights the new features in SQL Server 2016 CTP2.
- Rick Strahl talks about displaying text right to left in Angular and ASP.NET
- John Sonmez hands out advice on how to become a lead developer.
- Serkan Inci talks about using typescript for Visual Studio Online Extension.
- David Paquette continues his series looking at modernizing an ASP.NET application exploring an approach to load testing the application using the tooling in Visual Studio.
- Andrew Hall highlights some recent talks on the debugging features of Visual Studio and shares a look at some of the features provided in the IDE.
- Michael Crump looks at getting up and running with TypeScript and Github in the Visual Studio Code cross platform IDE on Mac OS X.
- Sam Basu is also exploring Visual Studio Code and shares his top 10 things about this IDE that he finds awesome!
- Derek Comartin takes a look at the ConfigR project which allows you to configure your application using C# code.
- Scott Hanselman takes a look at the use of the Visual Studio Docker extension which enables you to build Docker images for ASP.NET Web Application to deploy to Azure.
- Susan Ibach shares another Visual Studio tip, this time about including code in presentations and highlights an extension that makes this even easier.
- Rick Strahl talks about how to manage content in NuGet Packages.
- Jason Roberts has released a new free eBook called LINQ Succinctly.
- Tim Murphy talks about a few Azure Utilities you should have in your toolbox, unless you enjoy living without nice things…
- Eric Lippert featured a ‘programmerchat’ reddit, Ask Me Anything on Friday, May 29th, be sure to read it!
I hope you enjoyed this week’s links. Which ones caught your attention?
Please PM me if you have anything of interest for the next issue, and happy reading! - cpradio