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Joel Bennett

Cuttlefish - Lovely Transactional Email - 8 views

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    Like mailgun, but free. A few missing features, but did I mention it's open source?
Joel Bennett

Python Tools for Visual Studio - CodePlex - 4 views

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    PTVS is a free/OSS plugin that turns Visual Studio into a Python IDE. PTVS supports CPython, IronPython, editing, browsing, Intellisense, mixed Python/C++ debugging, profiling, HPC clusters, multiple REPL's, IPython, Django, and cloud computing with client libraries for Windows, Linux and MacOS. This is an officially supported product from Microsoft's Developer Division.
Joel Bennett

Xamarin.Mobile / Xamarin - 6 views

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    Xamarin.Mobile is a library that runs on iPhone, Android and Windows Phone 7 which abstracts the underlying functionality and exposes a common API that developers can build against.
Joel Bennett

Simple.Data - Mark Rendle - GitHub - 4 views

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    A light-weight, dynamic data access component for C# 4.0
Joel Bennett

LinFu - GitHub - 2 views

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    Philip Laureano's LinFu is a framework for adding mixins, inversion of control, dynamic proxies, duck typing, delegates, etc. to any .Net language.
Joel Bennett

Fastest JSON Serializer for .NET - ServiceStack.net - 4 views

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    ServiceStack JsonSerializer is based on JSV (the fastest text serializer for .NET), and is over 3.6x times faster than the BCL JsonDataContractSerializer and is around 3x faster than NewtonSoft JSON.NET (the previous fastest JSON serializer benchmarked).
Joel Bennett

Using Mercurial as a local repository for Team Foundation Server - LosTechies - 3 views

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    This post covers how to setup mercurial(HG) as are local source control repository to sit in front of a Team Foundation Server .
Joel Bennett

Open source .NET and Mono web services framework - 10 views

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    ServiceStack is a high-performance Open source .NET REST web services framework that simplifies the development of XML, JSON and SOAP Web Services.
Joel Bennett

Reviewing hg-review with hg-review - 4 views

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    hg-review is a code-review web app for mercurial
Joel Bennett

Using RabbitMQ with C# and .NET - 3 views

  • I'm currently working on a project where I need to be able to transfer a large number of requests via JSON over web services. I need to take some of that data, do some aggregation with it, and store it in a persistent store. In order to allow the data to be reliably processed in a number of different ways, I wanted to place the incoming data into multiple queues and have it processed and then stored.
  • RabbitMQ fits the bill on all of these fronts, is crazy easy to setup and use, and is very fast.
  • RabbitMQ is written in Erlang
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    RabbitMQ is a cross-platform implementation of an Advanced Message Qeuing Protocol (AMQP) broker (similar to MSMQ). There's a .Net client, and it allows you to decouple your routing and an message storage, and do so in a cross-platform way.
Matteo Spreafico

NuPack - pacakge management for Visual Studio - 3 views

  • NuPack is a free, open source developer focused package management system for the .NET platform intent on simplifying the process of incorporating third party libraries into a .NET application during development.
  • There are a large number of useful 3rd party open source libraries out there for the .NET platform, but for those not familiar with the OSS ecosystem, it can be a pain to pull these libraries into a project.
  • NuPack automates all these common and tedious tasks for a package as well as its dependencies. It removes nearly all of the challenges of incorporating a third party open source library into a project’s source tree. Of course, using that library properly is still up to the developer.
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    pacakge management for Visual Studio
Joel Bennett

FAQ: How do I start a program as the desktop user from an elevated app? - Aaron Margosi... - 0 views

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    RunAsDesktopUser C++ project
Joel Bennett

F# PowerPack - 3 views

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    The F# PowerPack is a collection of libraries and tools for F#, provided by the F# team at Microsoft, but which is not part of the core F# release. The PowerPack include features such as a basic Matrix library and supporting math types, FsLex and FsYacc tools for lexing and parsing, support for using F# with LINQ-based libraries, and a tool for generating HTML documentation from F# libraries.
Joel Bennett

NLog - Advanced .NET Logging - 3 views

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    NLog is a free logging platform for .NET with rich log routing and management capabilities. It makes it easy to produce and manage high-quality logs for your application regardless of its size or complexity.
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    This is a lot like Log4Net, but unlike Log4Net, it's been worked on this decade, and has Visual Studio integration and snippets...
Joel Bennett

mvc turbine - converting flow into useful work - 5 views

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    "MVC Turbine is a plugin for ASP.NET MVC that has IoC baked in and auto-wires controllers, binders, view engines, http modules, etc. that reside within your application. Thus you worry more about what your application should do, rather than how it should do it."
Joel Bennett

Base Class Libraries - 2 views

  • This is a site for the BCL Team to get features to customers to try out without requiring a Beta or CTP of the .NET Framework. Our goal is to put generally useful functionality here, and to get feedback on it and have the chance to iterate on the design. Having a feature here does not mean that it will eventually end up in the BCL. Some items are samples that build on top of existing classes, and some features might be ones we were considering for the .NET Framework but decide not to include for one reason or another.
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    This is basically the BCL Futures project
Joel Bennett

Hg-Git Mercurial Plugin - 0 views

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    This is the Hg-Git plugin for Mercurial, adding the ability to push to and pull from a Git server repository from Mercurial. This means you can collaborate on Git based projects from Mercurial, or use a Git server as a collaboration point for a team with developers using both Git and Mercurial.
Joel Bennett

VisualHG - Mercurial addin for Visual Studio - 1 views

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    * Indicates file status within the project files tree * Tracks adding, moving and renaming of file actions * Dialogs for most actions using TortoiseHG as its backend.* Compatible with VS 2005, VS 2008 and VS 2010 Beta 2.
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