How do containers compare to virtual machines and when would you use them? Gavin Payne goes into detail about the pros and cons.
Could the HoloLens revolutionise crime scene investigation? Asavin shows us the latest on Black Marble’s HoloLens application, tuServ.
Asavin takes a look at how REWIND, a member of the HoloLens Agency Readiness Partner Program, is working with Red Bull to bring their Air Race to your tabletop.
Alex Popham takes a look at how businesses can spend more time testing new feature updates in Windows 10.
Rich Lander takes a look at the improvements that come with .NET Core 2.0, as well as how you can sign up for .NET Conf 2017.
Ed Baker takes a look at Intune’s move to the cloud and what it means for Silverlight, as well as what’s happened since his previous article in January.
Firebrand Training’s Alex Bennett takes a look at the resources offered by Microsoft to help partners and customers prepare for GDPR.
In this post, Mohamed Radwan from Testhouse looks at how the Delivery Plans extension for VSTS works, and how you can utilise it to carry out your project deliveries.
When you use the word Exception it always sounds scary, but exceptions in .NET are far from scary and are much more useful than the old days of returning error codes and error strings. With that in mind, here are my top five tips for handling .NET Exceptions.
Fully Open, licensed under MIT and managed on Github, Parquet.Net is a library for modern .NET that enables the reading and writings of Parquet files inside the .NET framework.