Visual Studio 2010 is a fairly important release of the developer tool of choice for writing Windows applications. One of the important advancements in the new update is how it enables developers and architects to better visualize the assets and dependencies
through UML (Unified Modeling Language)...
In case you haven’t realized it, the new trend in computer chip technology is multi-core. This is where most of the speed improvements moving forward will come from on our computers. To take full advantage of this however it is necessary to design your applications
using Parallel Programming practices,...
The upcoming release of Sharepoint 2010 will provide features and capabilities which will allow it to directly support Silverlight development and controls. At PDC09, Paul Stubbs held a session where he showed off many of these features, and walked the audience
through the process of how to utilize...
John Durant just returned from the Microsoft SharePoint Conference where a number of new SharePoint features were announced. In this episode he shares some of those
features with us and describes how they can help developers in a variety of ways.
Visual Studio 2010 recently released a new beta of Visual Studio 2010, which includes a variety of improvements for a broad spectrum of developer needs. For PDC09, Chris
Tullier and Todd Girvin will present a day-long workshop which specifically focuses on the use of Visual Studio...
As part of our lead-up to PDC09, I am joined today by Omri Bahat who is going to share with us some of the aspects of SQL Server 2008 R2 which will provide a more efficient way to develop, deploy, and manage applications which rely on an integrated data
For one of the day-long workshops at this years PDC, Michele Leroux Bustamante will be hosting a session where she'll walk attendees through
a variety of Microsoft technologies and help them understand the value of each and how to use them to their fullest advantage.