So you've heard about project "Dublin" well it has a new name Windows Server App Fabric. Maybe you are wondering how it could help you or what exactly it does?In this episode I'm joined by Ian Wang and Adam Abdelhamed who are going to do a little show and tell.
When the Windows Marketplace for Mobile first launched in October it only supported Windows Mobile 6.5 phones – the latest version of the Windows Mobile operating system. But now the marketplace opened up so users of 6.0 and 6.1 devices can buy and download mobile apps as well. Now those users can…
According to Roger Sessions in his recent white paper "The IT Complexity Crisis", the worldwide annual cost of IT failure is over $6 trillion a year and what’s worse is it is on
the increase. The culprit, Roger believes, is complexity, which itself is directly related to function;…
It is difficult to strike a balance between the optimal architecture and over architecting a solution.
Joe Shirey sits down with
, the creator of the CSLA.NET framework, to discuss how he balances what should and should not be in his framework.
This week on Channel 9, Brian and Dan discuss the week's top developer news, including:
Azure joins Server & Tools Business (STB)- Charles Torre - Chinese version of
Channel 9 now available on CSDN- Visual Studio Ecosystem Summit - All
sessions available on Channel 9, including Editor,…
You see it every day (or every few weeks for those of us who leave their computers on) now you can see the thinking behind the Windows 7 Startup Animation. Rolf Ebeling was new to Microsoft when he was handed the task of coming up with what you would see when your computer starts. Some significant…
Maqbool Malik and Anil Revuru (RV), from
Microsoft Information Security, talk about the newly designed version of CAT.NET which will be part of the Assessment & Protection
(A&P) suite.CAT.NET is a static analysis tool on Visual Studio that helps find vulnerabilities like SQL Injection,…