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In The Mood For HTTP Episode 6

Glenn Block & Darrel Miller

Join Glenn Block and Darrel Miller for episode #6. In a quiet lull between events we are once again going to try and answer those tricky HTTP questions. Be sure you register and submit your questions whether you are going to join us live or save the listening experience for your daily commute.

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Introduction to Visual Studio Extensibility Demystifying the art of creating extensions for Visual Studio

Igal Tabachnik

I would like to invite you to a series of screencasts, dedicated to demystifying Visual Studio Extensibility (VSX). My goal is to share some of the knowledge I’ve gathered over the years of developing Visual Studio (and ReSharper) extensions. In the first screencast, I’d like to cover the very basic concepts of VSX, in what ways Visual Studio can be extended, tools of the trade and more. This screencast is intended to people new to Visual Studio extensibility. We’ll cover the following topics:

vsix visual studio extensibility roslyn vssdk sdk


In The Mood For HTTP Episode 5

Glenn Block & Darrel Miller

Join Glenn Block and Darrel Miller for episode #5. After a week off, we are back, but on a different day, because recording live shows on an airplane is tricky. Make sure you register and submit your questions, because we are rested and ready to be challenged!

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Policing the CLR: intercepting runtime code with CodeCop No code can hide from the Cop!

Igal Tabachnik

In this session we’ll look at a new tool for .NET developers called CodeCop. CodeCop allows you to intercept any method in .NET with an external JSON configuration. I will demonstrate CodeCop capabilities, and how to use it to bend the CLR to your will!

clr injection il .net C# json


In The Mood For HTTP Episode 4

Glenn Block & Darrel Miller

Join Glenn Block and Darrel Miller for episode #4. Glenn and Darrel are both at Microsoft campus for MVP Summit and have rustled up a special guest to spice things up a little. Get your hardest questions ready because we will have Henrik Frystyk Neilsen, one of the original authors of HTTP/1.1 joining us to solve all your HTTP problems.

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In The Mood For HTTP Episode 3

Glenn Block & Darrel Miller

Join Glenn Block and Darrel Miller for episode #3. A casual conversation on all things HTTP. Register for the session, add some questions and vote up existing questions you would like us to try and answer.

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In The Mood For HTTP Episode 2

Glenn Block & Darrel Miller

Join Glenn Block and Darrel Miller for episode #2. A casual conversation on all things HTTP. Register for the session, check out the questions we didn’t get to in the first episode and vote for your favourites. Add more questions if you have them!

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In The Mood For HTTP Episode 1

Glenn Block & Darrel Miller

Join Glenn Block and Darrel Miller for a casual conversation on all things HTTP. Are you having a debate at work regarding the right status code to return? Are you wondering how HTTP can help you version your HTTP APIs? Want to create custom HTTP headers and you’re not sure if that is ok? This is the place for you. Ask us questions or ask our opinion. We’re happy to share our thoughts and where possible we’ll back up our answers with web specifications.

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