The brand new version ASP.NET 5 (a.k.a ASP.NET vNext) can be developed and hosted on all three major platform - Windows, Linux and MacOS. Getting started with ASP.NET 5 (TODO: Link to be updated with new Post for .NET tools) is not so hard after all and is definitely fun to play early. The biggest break through that comes to .NET and ASP.NET world is the capability to write and host anywhere. Yes you can now develop and host a ASP.NET Web application - MVC or WebAPI even SignalR on any platform - Windows, Linux and MacOS. This has always been the de-facto standard for windows since long using Visual Studio (prior VS2015) but it can be fun on Linux and MacOS also using your favourite editors or Visual Studio Code. Following step needs to be performed on a brand new spinning Linux » Read more

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Ok so you know the blah blah of how PostgreSQL is awesome relation database (RDBMS) and great for reliable transactions, good for so many things, lots of enterprise features and gives concurrency without read locks and stuffs. If you are not aware of this RDBMS, then I would recommend you search for advantages of using PostgreSQL and what is served in its plate. PostgreSQL is pronounced mostly as "post gray sequel" or "post ge are ee as que el" (I am sounding very dramatic here). Back to the post now, Fire up your Ubuntu 14.04 to start the installation. It would almost follow the same for most of the Ubuntu flavors out there. First step - you know the drill :) sudo apt-get update Next step: sudo apt-get install postgresql postgresql-contrib postgresql installs the core PostgreSQL engine and RDBMS around which everything else is build. The core files for this » Read more

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