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A Fresh Brew: Lean Coffee for lightweight meetings A Whole Team Approach: Mob Programming Abstract Art: Getting Things "Just Right" Agile Metrics - Measuring What Matters Agile Success - 8 Agile Maxims I Live By An Intro to No Estimates: Let's Explore the Possibilities Anatomy of a Web Request Angular JS with ASP.NET MVC and WebAPI ASP.NET MVC Quick Start Backyard Aquaponics Bitcoin 101: The Digital Currency Revolution Bringing the SQL Back to NoSQL: Querying JSON Documents using Couchbase N1QL Building a Mobile App with C# and Xamarin Building Business Web Pages using Bootstrap and ASP.NET Web Forms Building cross-platform native mobile apps with C# & .NET Building xRM Solutions with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Clean Code: Homicidal Maniacs Read Code, Too Continuous Discovery: The Power of Pure Agile Create a Blog with Ruby on Rails Create Cloud Business Apps for Office 365 / SharePoint Online Creating A Character Creating advanced Universal Mapping apps for Windows Store and Phone Creating Forms-over-Data for Mobile Web Sites using Web Forms Creating Navigation using Bootstrap and ASP.NET Web Forms Developing Awesome 3D Games with Unity and C# Developing with ASP.NET vNext DevOps with Azure and Visual Studio Online Drawing Without Fear Exceptional Exceptions Four Dimensions of SSRS Report Authoring for Executives and Upper Management Four Easy Ways To Customize Visual Studio Web Tools (Browser Link, Side Waffle and more!) Front-End Web testing using BDD Fun with the new Azure File Service Gentle Introduction to Dojo Get Started with Azure Tonight Getting More Out of Open-Source SoapUI Getting Started with D3 and AngularJS Getting Started with Redis Getting started with TypeScript Getting started with Visual Studio Online Getting Things Done For Developers Getting To Production: Lessons Learned by a Release Engineer Hack Proofing Your Web Applications IEnumerable, ISaveable, IDontGetIt: Understanding .NET Interfaces Intro to Design Patterns Intro to Drupal CMS - From blank to live in 45 Intro to Git Concepts (for SVN users, and DVCS newbs) Intro to Mobile Game Programming with Cocos2d-x, part 1 Intro to Mobile Game Programming with Cocos2d-x, part 2 Introduction to ASP.NET vNext Introduction to Graph Databases with Neo4j Java Performance Tips JavaScript All the Way with the MEAN Stack JavaScript Patterns and Node Idioms JavaScript Simplified : Closures, Prototypes, Promises, and more Learn to Love Lambdas LINQ to Objects A-Z Master your career - coder practice MongoDb first steps - Join the NoSQL revolution Motovlogging - Motorcycle Video Blogging - What, Why, How New T-SQL features in SQL 2012 Obama, JQuery, & ASP.NET SignalR. Getting Started with the Real-Time Web Optimizing the HealthCare Industry through Technology Quickly get up and running with Node.js web development Responsive Design (for Developers) REST with WebAPI Rock Your .NET Coding Standards™ Rock Your Code With Defensive Programming ™ Rock Your Code With Visual Studio Add-ins™ Rock Your Technical Interview™ (Part 1) Rock Your Technical Interview™ (Part 2) Screen Casting 101 - Become a Millionaire! Search Engine-Building with Lucene and Solr Semantic Logging with Event Source, ETW, and SLAB SOA: Beyond the Buzzwords Software Craftsmanship and Agile Code Games SQL Azure vs. Amazon RDS Tackling Legacy Code The Lean Startup with Agile Thinking in F# Visual Studio Tips and Treats Web App Data Visualization: Getting started with Angular and DevExtreme Welcome to Gulp Welcome to the MEAN stack What's new in ASP.NET and Visual Studio for Web Developers Why the n-Layer approach is bad for us all! Working In-The-Zone

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