Hello and welcome to This Week in .NET — a lovingly curated collection of links relating to what’s new and exciting in the world of .NET. The complete list is tagged #dotnetweekly. (Don’t forget to check out our weekly #jsweekly and #frontendweekly roundups too!)
- Oren Novotny wrote about the .NET Foundation welcoming Reactive extensions for .NET.
- Jon Smith covers a real-world react.js setup for ASP.NET Core and MVC 5.
- Tatu Tamminen admits to being wrong about TypeScript and explains why.
- Laurent Krempe helps announce free HTTPS certificates for Docker containers running ASP.NET Core RC2 on Microsoft Azure.
- Bill Boga covers hybrid model binding in ASp.NET Core 1.0 RC2.
- Scott Hanselman shows how to add a custom inline route contstraint in ASP.NET Core 1.0.
- Damien Bowden shows how to add exception and resource filters to ASP.NET Core 1.0.
- Damien Bowden shows a way to import/export CSV files in ASP.NET Core.
- Mike Roberts talks about serverless architecture specially covering, what isn’t serverless.
- Pratap Lakshman looks at the MSTest framework and the direction is moved with MSTest V2.
- Tim Sneath looks at the redesigning of the Visual Studio Installation.
- Scott Hanselman tells everyone to stop saying learning code is easy.
- Josh Eastburn showcases a simple natural sort.
- Scott Hanselman reminds us of forgotten, but awesome, windows command prompt features.
- Matt Warren wrote up a nice article to help visualize the .NET garbage collector.
- Daniel Lazarenko wrote about F# gotchas for C# developers.
- Jon Hilton discusses the theory and practice of keeping controllers skinny in MVC applications and looks at some of the warning signs indicating your controller is doing too much.
- Erik Dietrich wrote about how enterprises can miss the point with code reviews.
- Jeffrey T Fritz shares the recording and notes from this week’s community standup event on June 21st.
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