Big Memory .NET Part 2 - Pile, Our Big Memory Solution for .NET by Dmitriy Khmaladze and Leonid Ganeline Posted on Oct 13, 2015
Metadata-Driven Design: Designing a Flexible Engine for API Data Retrieval by Aaron Kendall Posted on Apr 13, 2015
Intro to .NET Unit & Integration Testing with SpecsFor by Matt Honeycutt Posted on Mar 25, 2015 4
Microsoft Makes Samples and Documentation Public for Concord, Visual Studio Debug Engine by Pierre-Luc Maheu Posted on Oct 07, 2015
A New Publication Model for Universal Windows Apps by Jonathan Allen Posted on Oct 02, 2015
A Proposal to Add Option Types for References to C# 7 by Sergio De Simone Posted on Sep 07, 2015
What's Your Technology Stack to Create Mobile Apps?
Since the impact of mobile applications is ubiquitous in the whole it industry, there are numerous ways to create an app. In this community-driven research initiative, we are examining the importance and adoption level of different tools and toolstacks to create a mobile application.
30 Most Popular 3rd-Party Controls for .NET Applications
.NET components not only enhance productivity but also enable developers to build applications with intuitive user interfaces.
InfoQ wants to know which third party component is popular and widely used among developers for the development of ASP.NET, AJAX, MVC and Windows based applications.
What Puzzles You Most About Functional Programming?
With so much diversity, it’s hard to define the exact scope of what exactly functional programming is. Is it a question of how to design your program, that is, using functions as the primary abstraction? Or is it about programming with mathematical functions, meaning pure functions that do not have side effects? And what are those monads again?
Why Are You Not Using Functional Languages?
Functional programming promises many benefits - but its adoption in the industry and the enterprise has been slow. What are the big obstacles to the adoption of functional programming?
What are the most widely used .NET practices and tools?
This InfoQ Research item examines the adoption level of a range of practices and tools that aim to assist .NET developers in these practices.
Note that we have focussed only on these practices - there are other tools such as reflectors, productivity tools, frameworks etc. which we are not covering in this research.