.NET FrameworkFeb 24, 2014 at 7:52 AM6
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In this short video, we'll show off the key features of the new browsing experience for the .NET Reference Source, which you can preview on http://referencesource-beta.microsoft.com: Go to definition for typeFind all referencesView all methods in classBrowse by project and namespaceBrowse code…
In this episode of 10-4, we start taking a look at Parallel Extensions to the .NET Framework. We'll look at some of the surface-area of the Parallel Extensions API and provide you with enough information to start working with it yourself in the Visual Studio
2010 CTP VPC.
Remember that we…
In this episode of 10-4, we take a look at some features coming with C# 4.0 that will help you simplify your existing code (as well as making new code you write more simple). There's already a plethora of C# 4.0 content you can find out there (including
here on Channel 9 itself), so we will dive…
In this episode of 10-4, we introduce some of the new features and functionality of ASP.NET AJAX 4.0. We’ll see how ASP.NET AJAX can be leveraged in a complete client-side environment, making it easier to develop rich web applications. This episode demonstrates
the new client templates, data…
Immutable Collections are a new set of immutable types for .NET. We covered the high level aspects of this new technology a few months back when Erik Meijer interrogated (in his friendly way) the PM of the project, Immo Landwerth, and the lead developer, Andrew Arnott. Since this time, they have…
In this episode of 10-4, we take a quick look at F#, a new addition to the family of managed programming languages in Visual Studio 2010. F# is a multi-paradigm programming language. Though its focus is at functional programming, it's capable of producing
object-oriented code like other .NET…
Welcome to 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 configure your WCF service references. Aaron starts off from the previously created WCF service (see the screencast covering
In this episode of 10-4, we take a look at a new library in .NET Framework 4 and how it helps developers write applications that are more extensible and easier to maintain than before.
For more information on the Managed Extensibility Framework, make sure to check out its home on…
What is Roslyn? Traditionally, compilers are black boxes – source code goes in one end and object files or assemblies come out the other end. The Roslyn project changes that model by opening up the Visual Basic and C# compilers as APIs. These APIs allow tools and end-users to share in the wealth of…
DevRadioJan 18, 2013 at 5:00 PM7
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Abstract: Jerry Nixon welcomes CEO of Xamarin, Nat Friedman and President of Hitcents, Chris Mills to the show as they discuss how Hitcents used Xamarin’s MonoTouch to launch their app, “Draw a Stickman EPIC” on Windows 8. Tune in as they chat about the ins-and-outs on how easy it was to use…