1/1/2013

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The Visual Studio Magazine second annual Salary Survey shows that developers continue to make gains.


Salary Surveys

2013 .NET Developer Salary Survey

Our second annual salary survey indicates that experience pays off for Microsoft software professionals.


Code Focused

4 New T-SQL Functions

The latest version of SQL Server expands its capabilities. Here are four new things developers can do with it.


Frameworks

Microsoft Recommendations for 2013

What Redmond needs to do in the new year to build on the momentum of the raft of 2012 product releases.


Letters from Readers

Reader Feedback: Dev Disasters, Extend Classes

We rounded up readers' development misadventures for the December 2012 cover story, "Dev Disasters -- Why They Happen, How to Overcome Them".


Mobile Corner

Building Apps Across Windows 8 Platforms

Although Windows 8 and Windows Phone share the same core, building an app for both isn't as easy as you might think.


Practical .NET

Integrating SharePoint Web Parts: Providers, Filters and More

Creating connectable Web Parts is a good thing for you and your users -- and the default interfaces that come with SharePoint form the architecture you should use to create those Web Parts.


Redmond Review

Data Platform Innovation, Without Disruption

What's next on the data frontier? Microsoft will take us into the world of in-memory transactional databases and big data. And if you know how to write code and queries against SQL Server, then you already have the necessary skills to play there.


Product Reviews

Product Review: Generating Documents with DynamicPDF for .NET

A useful set of tools for creating PDF documents dynamically from code.


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