A really good list of books for developers: Hackers bookshelf.
A great site for learning material for all things Microsoft: www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com.
A really nice site that demonstrates image evolution via a genetic algorithm: http://alteredqualia.com/visualization/evolve/.
So browser link is not the most useful technology. Here’s how to turn it off: Disable browser link in Visual Studio. Thanks to Pocono Systems for the tip.
A useful command for getting/setting environment variables and dumping registry values: Setx on TechNet.
Five tips for making using Git a bit more fun: Git tips.
Really interesting data visualizations from Setosa.io.
Some useful helper resources from Azat Mardanov, downloadable at: Cheat Sheets for Web Development.
This is a really great tool for a front-end sanity check of a site. If you’ve not seen it before, take a look at: Nibbler.