A quick screencast showing some simple steps in preparing your Silverlight 1.0 applications for the release candiate. We walk through 2 samples on silverlight.net and prep them for RC.
This is a very simple screencast demonstrating some of the more required steps. Every preparation for your…
Microsoft Federal Developer Evangelist Marc Schweigert demonstrates how ASP.NET "Atlas" abstracts the complexities of XMLHTTP programming by allowing you to make web service calls from client script.
The source code for this screencast is available
here. Don't forget to check out the…
Testers find bugs. Developers need to fix them. Right? But not all bugs are the same. There's a difference between a bug that every customer would hit and a small display problem that only happens after a user clicks on something 250 times in a row, to
give one example. Sara talks about the…
Sara Ford, who is a tester on the Visual Studio team, talks about how many bugs she finds a day. During the interview she also reveals that there's such a thing as a "cool" bug. Find out what she means.
Sara Ford likes to play the bad guy.
She's a tester. But what does that mean?
It's an important role and it's one that places her in conflict with developers. After all, who likes to be told that their code isn't working correctly?
How do you find bugs in your code? Do you have a tester?…
Last in the series of customer interviews at this year's VS Component Lab in Redmond. Here, we (Charles) talks to Stephen Dadoly and Tony Lombardo of Infragistics, Inc.
They make some nifty ASP.NET and Windows Forms controls.
Download Size: 30 MB
Here we talk with Michael J. Baldwin, President of Dart Communications. His company has written a suite of VS controls including a really cool xmlhttp-based ASP.NET control that makes aspx page refreshes possible without refreshing the page.
Download Size: 50 MB
We were recently at a VS Component lab on the Redmond campus and talked to some customers about the cool components they've built to extend VS functionality. Here we talk to Daniel Jebarat, Vice President of Syncfusion. His company does some rad stuff
with Windows Forms.
It sure is fun talking…