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ASP.NET: Troubleshooting Applications with IIS Logs

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January 2014

Learn useful techniques to help you troubleshoot any application or system running under IIS, no matter what platform it’s coded on.
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SQL Server: Unit Testing SQL Server OLAP Cubes Using C#

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January 2014

Much time can be wasted testing complex OLAP Cubes only to find they weren't created correctly. Mark Nadelson draws on his real-world experience to show how to unit test Cubes to ensure they were built the right way.
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Editor's Note: WinJS Takes the Next Step

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January 2014

This month Eric Schmidt explores error handling in the Windows Library for JavaScript, also known as WinJS.
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Windows with C++: Using Regular Expressions with Modern C++

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January 2014

Regular expression grammar can humble the most seasoned developer. Kenny Kerr shows how modern C++ lets you produce elegant and efficient abstractions to make the job easier.
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Data Points: Code First Goodies in Entity Framework 6

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January 2014

Julie Lerman rounds out her coverage of Entity Framework 6 with a discussion of new Code First features relating to mappings and migrations.
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Test Run: Frequent Item-Sets for Association Rule Learning

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January 2014

Extracting frequently occurring item-sets from a list of transactions is a surprisingly tricky but useful task. This article explains the Apriori algorithm and presents a complete demo program.
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The Working Programmer: Getting Started with Oak: Database Interaction

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January 2014

Digging deeper into the workings of the Oak dynamic Web development framework, Ted Neward shows how to wire up a SQL Server instance, build a database, add a related type and more.
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Don't Get Me Started: The Steam Drill

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January 2014

The folk tale of John Henry describes a man who hammered steel drill rods into rock to make holes for blasting railroad tunnels. He died working to best a steam-powered drill. Does a similar fate await old developers unwilling to embrace increasing abstraction?
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