Mark Boulter, PM and technical lead, and Brian Pepin, development lead, talk to us about Cider, a future version of the visual designer that'll ship in Orcas, future version of Visual Studio.They demo it too!
In this video, Thom Robbins takes a look at the new Code Coverage features. In case you don’t know code coverage is used to measure test effectiveness on a line by line basis within an application.
Code Coverage information is gathered when application artifacts have been instrumented and during…
Why does Rob Barker care about
SmartClients? Listen in and hear why.He has a demo of a cool Web site that he turns into a SmartClient at about 13:30. Translation, unless you're a geek skip ahead to the fun part. You can do that by opening up the video in the player.
Mark Boulter continues his conversation about Smart Clients and Windows Forms today. If you're interested in .NET client development, you'll find this conversation with Charles Torre, of Channel 9, interesting.
Mark Boulter is a technical lead on the .NET team. Windows Forms. Client. Translation: he knows more about Windows Forms and how .NET client apps work than almost anyone else.
We spent an hour talking with him about client-development trends. Here's the first part of the interview.
Turns out we were confused about what Smart Clients were. So, we went looking for the answers. First visit? The
MSDN Smart Client Developer Center. Things came clearer into view. Then, we were guided to Scott Garvey, who works in SmartClient evangelism. Ahh, so that's what they are!
How would you react to this statement: "the Web is taking over all development?"That's what we asked Joe, program manager on the Windows Forms team.How would you answer that? Do you believe the Web will take over all development?Tonight we have a couple of other videos from Joe:1) Why…
Joe Stegman, lead program manager on the Windows Forms team, talks about some of the mistakes that developers make and gives us some tips for building great UIs for .NET.
He also talks about how to give good feedback to the Windows Forms team.