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The Morning Brew #1829

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Software Visual Studio Upcoming Features Timeline – Megan Yount Updated ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit – Pranav Rastogi Welcome to the Azure Marketplace – Lee Stott Bandwidth Quota changes to the Free offer of Azure App Service – Apurva Joshi Information C#/.NET Little Wonders: String Interpolation in C# 6 – James Michael Hare Simple.Data Asp.Net Identity […]

Recap: Enterprise Ready Cloud Roadshow, Bhubaneswar

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It’s almost one week by now… I had a chance to speak in front of the great audience of Microsoft Developer Community, Odisha. Came back with some good moments spent at Bhubaneswar during “Enterprise Ready Cloud OS Roadshow” event. In this post, sharing my slides on “Azure Mobile Services” along with few snaps of the event for the people who missed it.   On 21st March, me and Abhishek met at Kolkata Airport and boarded together for the event. Old flight but had a good experience. When we reached at the event, it was already started and Nirmal was giving
his speech on overview of Azure platform. After his session, Abhishek started his speech on Azure platform and covered most of the things. After lunch, Tadit presented Azure website and at the end, I started with “Azure Mobile Services” demonstrating the integration part in both Windows Store app and Windows Phone app. Here is the slide (PPT), that I used to demonstrate “Azure Mobile Services”. I will soon write an in-depth blog post on that topic, but till that time use it as reference.  Here are some snaps from the event:    And a token of appreciation from the group of Microsoft Developer Community,...(Read whole news on source site)

What's new in the Office Roadmap - 2015-03-26

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Here we go, another round of updates of the Office Roadmap. Don't we love them! And sometimes they roll out even before the roadmap is updated ;-) Changes 2015-03-26 These are the change since yesterday. Now Launched Office 365 Admin App Update: Directly to launched status Features now rolling out Office 365 Groups: adding Like to Conversations: New stuff on the roadmap. Seems like the Office 365 (Exchange) team is building a whole new Yammer… Office 365 Notification Pane: (from development) This feature seems to cause some disturbance in the force. It's rolling out, but it
seems like it is just half finished… It does not (at the time of writing this) work and the user experience is…confusing. Option for Passwords to Never Expire: (new on the list) Allows admin to use the UI to configure this rather than only PowerShell Tighter Yammer Integration with Delve: (new on the list) More Yammer in Delve. Why not more Groups in Delve? Features now In Development Office 365 Setup Wizard: (new on the list) The replacement for the basic and advanced setup options. The wizard will include migration from on-premises, Google Apps and more! Really neat!

Flowdock Enterprise: Integrations supercharged

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closer to 100 integrations:




Dead Man's Snitch alerts you whenever a scheduled task fails to run
Doorbell.io lets you gather in-app feedback from your users
StatusGator alerts you if your cloud services are down



improved integrations:




Rally, the popular application lifecycle management platform
PagerDuty, the on-call scheduling and incident tracking service
Pivotal Tracker, the project management tool for agile teams...(Read whole news on source site)

Visual Studio Upcoming Features Timeline

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Over the past few years, Visual Studio has been shipping products on a quicker cadence to ensure our customers have the best and most up-to-date tools in the industry. As part of this, we have been working to be more and more transparent to help you understand what we’re working on and show you how truly valuable your feedback is to the quality of our products. We generally share our plans with you via blogs or various feedback channels, like User Voice. Now we’re extending this transparency in an easy to consume format, to share some stuff we have in
the works that we think you’ll be interested in. Starting today, Visual Studio is happy to share a feature timeline with you. As Brian announced a few months ago in his blog post A new Visual Studio Online and Team Foundation Server Features Timeline, the Visual Studio Online and Team Foundation Server teams have started doing this as well. We’ve gotten a really positive response from you and have decided to open this up across Visual Studio to share upcoming features we’re working on in the VS client. The Visual Studio Feature Timeline gives a glimpse into what’s coming...(Read whole news on source site)

Which Keywords Has An ETW Provider Enabled?

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Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/akraus1/archive/2015/03/25/162046.aspxTodays little program has a simple task. It should decode a hex bitmask into its original bits as hex values from which it was composed from. As bonus we can also parse an ETW manifest and print the corresponding keywords. Since most low level tools use hex numbers which have specific bits turned on I often want to know which things were actually enabled. This is useful to e.g. see which providers PerfView enables for .NET specific stuff. If you check in PerfView the .NET Alloc checkbox I want to see what is enabled.
xperf -Loggers | findstr /i Microsoft-Windows-DotNETRuntime ".NET Common Language Runtime":0xc14fccbd BitmaskDecoder.exe 0xc14fccbd C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\CLR-ETW.man 0x1             GCKeyword
0x4             FusionKeyword
0x8             LoaderKeyword
0x10            JitKeyword
0x20            NGenKeyword
0x80            EndEnumerationKeyword
0x400           SecurityKeyword
0x800           AppDomainResourceManagementKeyword
0x4000          ContentionKeyword
0x8000          ExceptionKeyword
0x10000         ThreadingKeyword
0x20000         JittedMethodILToNativeMapKeyword
0x40000         OverrideAndSuppressNGenEventsKeyword
0x80000         TypeKeyword
0x400000        GCHeapSurvivalAndMovementKeyword
0x1000000       GCHeapAndTypeNamesKeyword
0x40000000      StackKeyword
0x80000000      ThreadTransferKeyword "Microsoft-Windows-DotNETRuntimePrivate":0x4002000b BitmaskDecoder.exe 0x4002000b d:\privclr\ClrEtwAll.man
0x1             undocumented
0x2             undocumented
0x8             undocumented
0x20000         MulticoreJitPrivateKeyword
0x40000000      StackKeyword   If you on the other hand enable ETW .NET Alloc you get ...(Read whole news on source site)

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