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10-4 Episode 33: Downloading and Installing Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2.
Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 is here! In this episode of 10-4, Brian Keller takes us through downloading and installing Visual Studio 2010 Team Suite Beta 1 and Visual Studio 2010 Team…
What happens when .NET code is statically compiled to machine code (versus runtime compiled via JIT) by the VC++ back end compiler? You get highly optimized binaries that load and run faster than .NET code ever has before. Yes, my friends, .NET has gone native! :) Today, the .NET team is…
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Jerry Nixon welcomes Unni Ravindranathan and Hari Menon from the Visual Studio Client Tools team as they discuss the recently announced changes, improvements and future of the WPF platform. For more information click here [1:59] Let’s recap some of the major announcements that were made during…
In this episode of 10-4, we look at the new code editor in Visual Studio 2010. We'll try out some of the new code navigation features that make it easier to move around in your source code. Then we look at how Visual Studio 2010 makes Test Driven Development
a lot easier. Finally, we'll see how…
Welcome back to the WCF screencast series! After a short vacation covering WF topics, we return to WCF for the latest video in the weekly WF/WCF Screencast series.
In this short video, CSD MVP Aaron Skonnard from PluralSight
guides the viewer through how to create your first WCF client…
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The .NET Core Team talks about the release of the CoreCLR codebase to GitHub. CoreCLR is the second open source repo that the team has shared on GitHub, the first one being CoreFX. CoreCLR is an execution engine for .NET apps, performing functions such as IL byte code loading, compilation to machine…
In this episode of 10-4, we discuss a new feature coming in the next release of ADO.NET Data Services: server-driven paging. This allows you to constrain the size of result sets that can be requested by clients, eliminating potentially problematic scenarios.
In addition, clients can also now…
In this episode of 10-4, we revisit the Managed Extensibility Framework and take a look at all the new improvements made in the latest available release, Preview 7.
For more information on the Managed Extensibility Framework, make sure to check out its home on…
In this episode of 10-4, we take a look at a new feature in CLR4 called "Type Equivalence" and how it helps address the pain points normally associated with Primary Interop Assemblies and COM Interop.
There have been several videos as of late here on Channel 9 covering Type…
The new Historical Debugger coming in Visual Studio Team System 2010 promises to revolutionize the way you debug managed applications. You can think of it as something of a VCR for your debugger; "rewind" the debugging trace to examine the state of your
application at various points in…