Enlaces semana 2014 #14

Apenas sin tiempo para leer, pero el suficiente para husmear en las novedades del Build 2014.

Build 2014

Resumen del día 1 y el día 2, y entradas en techcrunch.

Microsoft open sources .NET compiler platform “Roslyn” and announces open source .NET Foundation initiative

Facilitating Open Contributions for the F# Compiler, Library and Visual F# Tools
The Visual F# Team are very happy to announce that, through our participation in Microsoft Open Technologies (MSOpenTech) and in conjunction with the F# community, we are now able to accept contributions to the Visual F# Tools. we will also be enabling community contributions to the F# language, compiler, library more generally, including F# on Linux, Mac, Android, iOS and other platforms.

Language feature implementation status
Please note that everything is still subject to change. Even if a feature is currently implemented, its design may still evolve as a result of feedback from its use.

Microsoft Talks the Future of Windows
Microsoft on Wednesday confirmed my previous reports that it would ship a Windows update that brings back the Start menu as an option and lets users run Modern apps on the Windows desktop in floating windows.

Visual Studio 2013 Update 2 (Build 2014)
Today we are announcing the availability of Team Foundation Server 2013 Update 2 RTM, continuing to deliver on our commitment to bring on-going value to Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) developer tools through continuous releases of new features and by resolving known issues.

Visual Studio Online General Availability
Today we’re announcing the general availability (GA) of Visual Studio Online, an important milestone in our journey as a service. GA of a service is the moral equivalent of the final release of version 1 of a “boxed product”—it marks the transition from preview to full commercial service. Of course, it’s been a journey with many steps along the way and there will be many more milestones ahead as we add new services, new features, etc.

Announcing .NET Native Preview
We’re thrilled to announce the first release of .NET Native. Windows Store apps start up to 60% faster with .NET Native and have a much smaller memory footprint. Our first release is a Developer Preview that allows you to develop and test apps with this new compiler. This preview release of .NET Native offers you the performance of C++ with the productivity of C#. .NET Native enables the best of both worlds!

SQL

14 SQL Server Indexing Questions You Were Too Shy To Ask
One of the first things one needs to understand well about SQL Server is indexes, but somehow many of the basic questions don’t often get asked or answered much on forums.

Stop Worrying About SQL Server Fragmentation
I bet you’re worried about your index fragmentation. And I bet you’re wasting your time, missing the real point.

RECOMPILE Hints and Execution Plan Caching
But if you do use RECOMPILE hints, please keep your recompiles at the statement level– and not in the headers of your procedures. (Y una vez más, la primera solución que uno encuentra en Google buscando en modo urgente no es la más eficiente)

Others

Reflexiones del #programadorIO: Tipados vs no tipados
Mi opinión es que los lenguajes no tipados son muy adecuados para prototipados, por que las herramientas suelen ser más ágiles y porque te permiten “saltarte” en primera instancia una fase mucho más formal de diseño (fase que luego tarde o temprano tiene que venir, pero en un lenguaje tipado tiene que realizarse al principio para, precisamente, poder diseñar los tipos).

Errores de la PYME: Obsesión con las características
Con recursos y tiempo limitados, nuestra obsesión debería ser identificar los problemas clave que el cliente necesita atajar y buscar la manera más sencilla para ellos de solucionarla. Todo lo demás es superfluo.

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