Consensus: SignalR + TypeScript [feedly]

A good article around SignalR and TypeScript together.   Consensus: SignalR + TypeScript Navigated from Consensus: SignalR + TypeScript | shared via feedly mobile feedly. feed your mind. http://www.feedly.com

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Release Management Best Practices at Amazon [feedly]

Wow! "Key to Amazon's success at scale is its ability to roll out new software across its whole platform. The company can update 10,000 servers at a time and roll back changes with a single system call. This continuous deployment environment allows Amazon to push out new code once every 11 seconds, on average."     Shared via feedly // published on Puppet Labs // visit site Release Management Best Practices at Amazon When you think...

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Google Plus Is Like Frankenstein's Monster [feedly]

"To wit: Google Plus is a total mess." Not so sure about it being a mess but I just have not taken to it at all. Facebook, Twitter and Linked In the big 3 for me still. And I have tried to like it. What doesn't help is that I have multiple google accounts and now have been forced into having multiple google plus accounts. Each one recommending I make friends with myself.      Shared...

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MVC# - A Model-View-Presenter Framework for .NET - NullSkull.com [feedly]

My all time favourite design pattern. I once had an ASP.NET Web Forms app and desktop WinForms app running and unit tested using this pattern.     Shared via feedly // published on model view presenter - Google Blog Search // visit site MVC# - A Model-View-Presenter Framework for .NET - NullSkull.com This article gives an overview of MVC# - a Model-View-Presenter framework for .NET platform. It firstly explains the MVP pattern essentials and then...

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MySQL 5.6 Support for Amazon RDS [feedly]

InnoDB Integration with Memcached and full text indexes look pretty good. Will wait until you can upgrade automatically before playing with this.     Shared via feedly // published on Amazon Web Services Blog // visit site MySQL 5.6 Support for Amazon RDS I am happy to announce that the Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) now supports version 5.6 of MySQL. If you are an existing RDS customer, you know that Amazon RDS for MySQL...

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