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Exploiting the .NET Validation Frameworks

Implementing one of three interfaces can turn your business classes into self-validating components that seamlessly integrate into WPF, Silverlight and ASP.NET MVC applications -- and can be easily extended to other environments.

IntelliTrace Moves Beyond Development in Visual Studio 11

IntelliTrace can only be used in development environments in Visual Studio 2010 but that changes in the upcoming IDE. Learn how to use the new IntelliTrace in Production features in the Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview.

Creating the Perfect ASP.NET UI with Web Parts and User Controls

Web Parts and User Controls let you easily build customizable UIs with the same tools you use to create inflexible user interfaces -- and implement an MVC-like pattern in ASP.NET.

DevExpress Unleashes New Controls for ASP.NET

The latest edition of the control suite for ASP.NET offers almost every kind of control that a developer would need -- with one-third of the controls supporting ASP.NET MVC.

Dealing with Dependencies in Test-Driven Development through Mocking

Mocking is generally an overloaded term. But at its base, it's about changing behavior -- specifically, dependency behavior.

Test-Driven Development, Generate from Usage and Continuous Testing

Use Test-Driven Development, generate from usage and a free Visual Studio add-in to let you spend more time doing what programmers want to do: writing code that works.

Team Foundation Server 11: Team Explorer Overview

In this first part of a Team Foundation Server 11 overview, learn what's new with the Team Explorer UI.

Remaining Work is Key for Agile

Aaron Bjork talks about why remaining work is the most important measurement on your Agile projects.

Recognizing Mobile Browsers

ASP.NET 4 upgrades the support for detecting browser capabilities with profiles for the latest mobile browsers. The good news is that you can use that new information with older versions of ASP.NET.

Insider: A Debugging Story

Peter Vogel looks at debugging from a different specific: One incident whose resolution depended, in part, on understanding who'd already searched for the bug and the history of the bug itself.

Debugging Tools for the .NET Developer

Visual Studio provides a rich set of tools for finding bugs, though most developers aren't aware or don't take advantage of all of them.

Dev Disasters: Just Following Orders

A major validation error in the code resulted in a 60 percent failure rate for an expense form.

Test-Driven Development with Typemock Isolator

Isolator .NET simplifies your unit testing by providing a flexible and convenient way to eliminate dependencies between objects.

Continuous Testing: Think Different

Continuous testing can dramatically increase your productivity. There are a number of open-source tools that do just that.

Visual Studio 2010 Lab Management

Visual Studio 2010 Lab Management provides a centralized way to create, manage and share environments in your domain-joined Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2010 development shop.

Team Foundation Version Control - Workspaces

Mickey explains the basics of workspaces in Team Foundation Version Control and how they can help you manage code changes.

Insider: Secrets of Debugging

Faced with reviewing large swaths of other people's code, Peter Vogel is left to ask: what does it really take to be good at debugging?

Levels of TFS Build Automation

Your team won't achieve automated build nirvana overnight. Here's how to break down the process and adopt the changes in the Microsoft build system.

Test Cases and Test Suites with Microsoft Test Manager 2010

Mickey Gousset discusses test cases and test suites, and how they relate to test plans in Microsoft Test Manager 2010.

Creating a Test Case with Microsoft Test Manager 2010

Inside TFS columnist Mickey Gousset delves into how to create a test case using Microsoft Test Manager 2010.

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