6 - Massive, Part 2: “FINISH HIM”

In this episode Ayende continues reviewing Rob’s data-access library, Massive. We talk about the importance of an explicit API and whether dynamics in C# can convey a usable API to the developer.

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6 - When Things Go Wrong: The Silent Fail

Rob has a problem: jQuery doesn’t seem to be working. Document.ready() is failing to run which is cascading several other errors. How do you troubleshoot this kind of thing? Call Batman.

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5 - Massive, Part 1

In this episode the tables are turned: Ayende reviews Rob’s Micro-ORM project named “Massive”. It’s only 600 lines of code, but there’s plenty for Ayende to gasp about here…

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8 - Development, Testing, Building

In this episode we take a look at the tools you can use to help you develop, test, and build an Angular application. We start off with a look at WebStorm (from JetBrains) and then SublimeText2, finally moving on to Visual Studio. After that we take a look at the various ways you can test your Angular app, and finally the build tools that exist. Along the way we goof around with Angular Seed and Yeoman.

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6 - ScriptCS

ScriptCS allows you to use C# as if it were a scripting language using Roslyn, .NET’s “compiler as a service”. In this episode Scott shows the flexibility of using ScriptCS together with Chocolatey - an Open Source package installer that works with NuGet.

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7 - String Format Stumper

This time we flip the tables and review a question that Jon himself asked. Once again, it’s on strings and the weirdness of using String.Format in C#, UTF-8, and i18n.

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7 - Iteration One: Complete

In this episode we drop in the Ace Code Editor and finish up the first functional iteration of our application. Along the way we solve some problems with Filters and discuss URLs (once again)

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6 - Refactor: Part 1

In this episode we take a step back and refactor what we’ve done. Along the way Rob addresses a bit of a security issue: pushing the naked $routeParams into the $save routine directly! We also take a look at the different ways to configure services in Angular, and finally clean up and namespace the code.

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5 - Using Trace Flags with SQL Server

Ever need to troubleshoot a deadlock or some other problem with SQL Server? Trace flags are a great way to “debug” SQL Server - and Rob Sullivan shows us how!

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3 - Code Highlighting with Rouge

Rob and Peter take a look at the Ruby code-highlighting utility called “Rouge”. The standard has been Pygments - but it has a Python dependency. If you want an all-Ruby solution you should see Rouge.

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