Visual Studio 2010 Express Editions are released to the web! What
is even better is they are free! There are currently 4 Visual Studio editions.
Visual Basic 2010 Visual C# 2010 Visual C++ 2010 Visual Web Developer 2010
You can start downloading at…
At the WEB09 conference, a challenge was issued to both Adobe and Microsoft speakers at the event: What can you build in 2 hours using your tools of choice? Nigel
Parker has the full story including video.
So often we ask ourselves the question whether we have what it takes to be an entrepreneur. We wonder what it would be like to own our own business, and whether we will be able to start and grow a business into a profitable entity, creating jobs and growing people. If you are one of those people who…
About a week back I got an internal email asking us to kick the tires on a new Silverlight/search demo called Tafiti. Tafiti is a mashup that uses the resources of Windows Live Search driven by a Silverlight top layer. The result is a search experience unlike anything you've seen before. Tafiti…
One of my favorite features of Windows 7 is the home networking system called Homegroup. Using Homegroup you can easily connect your computers, sharing files and printers. Join me while I talk to the Windows team's Jerry Koh and Steve Seixeiro as they walk us through using Homegroup.
Join Tim Huckaby, Founder of InterKnowlogy and Actus Software, and Vishwas Lele, CTO of Applied Information Sciences, as they discuss the latest announcements around Windows Azure from the Build 2011 Conference. Vishwas is the king of Azure and has worked with many companies including ISV's, point…
See how to build a simple application that highlights some of the key capabilities of ASP.NET MVC. Also, learn how to improve productivity using some of the cool new tooling features. Source (C#)Source (VB)
a bona fide Silverlight Wizard, must have had a great talk at the Reston DevDinner, based on the Silverlight
3 Links he posted. If you haven't taken the time to look at Silverlight 3 yet, this is a fun way to start.
Meet the Visual Studio Tools for Office team. Why did we go and see them? Because they used .NET to build VSTO itself and we wanted to hear what they thought. It turned into an interesting discussion about making VSTO, though. Hope you enjoy it!