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  • Blog Post: Future of JavaScript – ECMAScript 6 (ES2015) Classes

    This tutorial series will take a look at the future of JavaScript. It will take an in-depth look at ECMAScript 6 (ECMAScript 2015), the latest version of the standard for JavaScript. Throughout the series, you will learn about new language features and what you can build with them. You are expected to...
  • Blog Post: How to Incorporate Application Insights into a JavaScript Web App

    Have you ever wondered why your site is painstakingly slow? Of course you have. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could see why exactly it’s being sluggish with the glance of an eye? Using Application Insights, you can diagnose where your site is hanging. Additionally, you can track custom user events on your...
  • Blog Post: How to Steal the Microsoft API Prize at Hack the North

    It’s dangerous to go alone, take this all-in-one guide to winning our hackathon API prize! Follow and reach out to Mansib ( @gaessaki ) on Twitter for more insights on how students are taking over the world, how the cloud is taking over the universe and to learn about Azure powered toaster drones. If...
  • Blog Post: Future of JavaScript – ECMAScript 6 (ES2015) Block Scoping

    This tutorial series will take a look at the future of JavaScript. It will take an in-depth look at ECMAScript 6 (ECMAScript 2015), the latest version of the standard for JavaScript. Throughout the series, you will learn about new language features and what you can build with them. You are expected to...
  • Blog Post: On a Cloud: CDN & Queue Sharding

    Content Delivery Network (CDN) I run through at a high level what a CDN is and how it enables lower latency for your clients. Then I share with you what has worked for me when using a CDN to deliver low latency web sites. Also using a CDN can actually enable a more cost effective solution at scale...
  • Blog Post: On a Cloud: Queues

    In my first two videos I have presented a couple quick overviews of Queues and a very typical queuing pattern. Both videos tackle queuing from a generic perspective and you can apply these to almost any queuing technology available today. Basic Overview I posted a quick video on when and how...
  • Blog Post: Future of JavaScript – A Look at ECMAScript 6

    This tutorial series will take a look at the future of JavaScript. It will take an in-depth look at ECMAScript 6 (ECMAScript 2015), the latest version of the standard for JavaScript. Throughout the series, you will learn about new language features and what you can build with them. You are expected to...
  • Blog Post: Evolving ASP.NET Apps–Javascript

    The Evolving ASP.NET Apps series + bonus content is being published as a book. Buy it here . The growing importance of JavaScript as a language cannot be ignored. It is possible and even common to see large applications written in JavaScript. JavaScript is not a new language and it is certainly one that...
  • Blog Post: Creating a Classic 2D RPG Using HTML5

    Our 2 day series on Developing 2D Games with HTML5 is a wrap! We had a lot of fun and covered some really awesome topics, so I thought I would add a day 2 recap ( looking for the day 1 recap? ) Oh and don’t worry if you missed the series, it will be available on demand very soon. Day 2 picks up right...
  • Blog Post: Learn How to Create a Classic 2D RPG Using HTML5

    Well Day 1 of the Developing 2D Games with HTML5 is in the bag! What a blast! We covered some really cool topics, so I thought I should put together a little recap (This doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t watch Day 1 when it comes out on-demand! We go into a lot more depth than below.) Oh and, of course...
  • Blog Post: Improve your JavaScript with Web Essentials and JSHint

    Visual Studio has some great features to help you write better JavaScript. JavaScript is a first class citizen in Visual Studio 2013 now with features like IntelliSense and Code Snippets. With the Web Essentials extension, you get even more great features to help improve your JavaScript. Web Essentials...
  • Blog Post: The Hunger Games, HTML5 & Behind The Scenes

    One of the infinitely sad and melancholy things in my life is that I just don’t get to read as much fiction as I used to. It isn’t that I don’t want to, but life just seems to get in the way sometimes. When I fondly think of retirement, I see myself wearing a smoking jacket and ascot in the library next...
  • Blog Post: Awesome resources for Developers Tools, Languages and Framework track at TechDays

    I don’t know for you, but each time I go to a conference, I always want to put my hands into the new technology I just learn. I’m sure that it’s the case for you, so I wanted to give you a one-stop place where you’ll be able to get everything you need to do this with the sessions...
  • Blog Post: Make Awesome Web: 200 Awesome Resources and Counting

    About six months ago, fellow Microsoft Developer Evangelist, Michael Kordahi ( @delic8genius ) launched Make Awesome Web , a link-blog dedicated to client-side web awesome-ness: Hours after its launch, I asked Michael if I could help out. Reason being, over the past number of years, I’ve used a number...
  • Blog Post: MIX11: Bringing the Developer Awesomeness

    Spring is here and what a better way to kick off this season of renewal by getting up-to-speed on some of the latest tools and technologies! Last month in Las Vegas, we hosted the MIX11 conference; a 72-hour conversation, featuring developers, designers, UX experts and business professionals creating...
  • Blog Post: makeawesomeweb.com: Now With More Awesome!

    Earlier today, fellow Microsoft Developer Evangelist, Michael Kordahi ( @delic8genius ) and friends, Jordan Knight and Tatham Oddie unveiled makeawesomeweb.com , a link-blog dedicated to client-side web awesome-ness: Although I can’t claim that the site was my idea, that won’t stop me from wishing that...
  • Blog Post: The jQuery Online Conference: Monday, July 12th - Everywhere!

    Are you a web developer and want to sharpen your jQuery skills? Would you like to attend a conference featuring some of the brightest lights in jQuery programming? Are you too short on time and travel expenses to hit such a conference? For a mere US$150 and no travel at all, you can attend the jQuery...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer 9 Videos on Channel 9

    By now, you’ve probably seen my article covering the new, faster, even more standards-compliant Platform Preview 3 of Internet Explorer 9 . From hardware acceleration to a speed-boosted JavaScript engine with support for new ECMAScript 5 language features to support for SVG, <audio> , <video>...
  • Blog Post: Taking JavaScript Performance to the Extreme with Thomas Fuchs

    "Extreme JavaScript Performance" (from JSConf.eu, November 7) Take a look at the slides from Extreme JavaScript Performance , a presentation by Thomas Fuchs , creator of the script.aculo.us JavaScript library, collaborator on the book Agile Web Development with Rails and one of the people behind...
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