In this screencast, we would like to show you the dynamics of a Xml file and Xml Schemas. You'll find answers to questions such as how an Xml file linked to a Xml Schema, how does the intellisense gets active, what's the schema cache, and how to access
In this short demo, we would like to show you a feature of XmlEditor in Visual Studio. XmlEditor has the support for converting a DTD into a Xml Schema with "Create Schema" button. Errors in DTD is automatically reported after the conversion. We also
support XDR Schemas.
In part 1, I used the Visual Studio Orcas Sync Designer to configure and synchronize 3 lookup tables to be cached locally in SQL Server Compact Edition using the Sync Services for ADO.NET
In part 2, I take the cached lookup tables and split up the client and server sync components using…
If you write managed code and interop with unmanaged, you know the pain involved with marshaling string types across runtimes... If you write MFC apps and want to take advantage of new whiz bang shell UI features (aka common controls) without writing more
code that specifically targets Vista, for…
In this screen cast I demonstrates the new Sync Designer for caching data locally in SQL Server Compact Edition. This is part 1 showing the basics. In
part 2 I'll demonstrate how to split the code from client to server using WCF to synchronize data across internet protocols.
For more info…
[Note: Although I, Rory Blyth, Channel 9 superstar and grade D internet celebrity am posting this video, I didn't actually make it. The credit goes to
Brian Keller - an evangelist for Team System. So... pretty cool ]
Jim Lamb and Buck Hodges on the Team Foundation Server team show off the new…
On Thursday, March 1st Microsoft launched the
Beginner Developer Learning Center (BDLC) in response to Visual Studio Express customer requests for more beginner-level learning content.
In this interview, Dan Fernandez & Jacqueline Russell discuss the new site and their vision for enabling…
See how to take an existing ASP.NET application (a T-shirt store) and add AJAX functionality. The T-shirts themselves have painfully bad puns on them (the kind I love), all written by yours truly.
See http://smarx.com/posts/bad-ajax-jokes-good-ajax-sample.aspx for the running sample and to…
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You’ve read his blog, now you can watch Brian Keller’s interview with Brian Harry, a Microsoft Distinguished Engineer and the leader of the Raleigh-based Team Foundation Server development team. In this interviewBrian Harry reflects on his roots with Visual SourceSafe and how that has led to the…