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Reading Notes #512



Good Monday everyone! It's time to share new reading notes. Here is a list of all the articles, blog posts, and podcast episodes that catch my interest during the week. 

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Programming

Podcast

Miscellaneous

  • Care for Yourself First (Chris Pietschmann) - So simple but seems so hard...right? It's worth it let's try harder.

~Frank

Reading Notes #311

DateTimeImg2Suggestion of the week



Cloud


Programming

  • Styling Social Media Icon Lists in CSS (Mark Heath) - Yeah right, we can read CSS and probably hack some stuff... But it's excellent to learn how to do simple things the good way. And this post shows exactly that.


Data


Miscellaneous


Reading Notes #145


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Suggestion of the week


Cloud


Programming


Mobile


Architecture


Miscellaneous




Reading Notes #139

Suggestion of the week


Cloud


Programming


Mobile


Miscellaneous


~Frank


Reading Notes #77

 

QueueToQueueTransfertSuggestion of the week

 

Cloud

 

Programming

 

Integration

 

Miscellaneous

  • Backing Up WordPress? Don’t Make These 9 Mistakes - If you are a developer, you probably backup your machine and your code. That's good. Do you do the same for your blog? You should, here is how to do it the good way.
  • iPad, Surface, Ultrabook: Are we there yet? (Scott Hanselman) - The comparison we were all waiting for. A MUST READ post. I’m a little sad that no Android device has been included. I think the Asus transformer could be confederates. a bit sad that any Android device was included. I think the Asus Transformer could be ferly confederated.
  • 10 Easy Ways to Get More Done (Geoffrey James) - As always how achieve more with less.

    ~Frank


    Reading Notes #43

    Cloud


    from Wely's Cloud Journey blog


    Programming

    • Need A Cloud Monkey? Netflix Unleashes Simian Army - Monkeys is the name of all those programmes or applications that are used by Netflix to watch their system. This post report that Netflix announce they will give the code as open source.
    • Outside-the-Box Pizza, Part 3: Mobility & Responsive Web Design (David Pallmann) - In this post all the CSS tricks to support the Responsive web design will be explains. The goal is to support the army of different mobile devices.
    • Why you need to learn async in .NET (weblogs.asp.net) - Nice post with a code sample that illustrate the advantage of using the async framework. Let’s the code represents “the what” of what you want to do not “the how”.
    • WCF-SQL Adapter and permissions - Well explain. I got this once, and I remember spending few minutes trying to understand this error message... It's a shame that it's not the good one that is display first...
    • Lowering the Barriers to Code Generation with T4 - If you are not already using T4 or if you think code generation is only for "big project", this post is for you. This very nice tutorial shows how to use T4 to improve the quality, the stability and the readability of your code. A must for all serious .Net developer.

      Miscellaneous