Cookbook for ASP.NET MVC and Angular.js Web Apps

As I’ve spent time with AngularJS, I’ve become very impressed with the clarity it brings to developing enterprise-level web applications. I thought it would also be valuable to create a GitHub repository with some examples of how one might integrate AngularJS with ASP.NET MVC. Thus, the Angular-MVC-Cookbook repository was born. I hope that I (and…

Displaying Multiple .NET Objects with WinDBG’s Command Language

While we are getting some nice tools from Microsoft for analyzing our memory, there’s still a lot of gaps where you have to resort to WinDBG and SOS. A perfect example that I’ve run into is looking at variables/types that are in different app domains because the Visual Studio debugging environment has essentially zero support…

How Many Secrets do .NET PDB Files Really Contain?

Now that Devscovery is over, it’s time to get back to answering questions about one of my favorite subjects: PDB files! Yes, I lead an extremely exciting life if PDB files set my heart racing. Maybe they have a pill for that. In my blog post on PDBs and remote debugging Patrick asked an interesting…

Video: Angular and the .NET World

While I was at the Angular ng-conf I had the opportunity to sit down with .NET luminaries Ward Bell, John Papa, and Dan Wahlin to discuss why Angular is so important to .NET developers with Ian Smith. We cover lots of ground, including real world benefits we’ve received by integrating Angular into projects and how…