Windows 9 bits aren't scheduled to be released at this year's Build event, however.
Just because your language can do it, it doesn't mean that you should.
Two tools for tracking down problems in displaying your WPF Windows.
Nick Randolph walks through adding analytics to your Windows Phone application using Application Insights for Visual Studio Online.
Regular expressions are like power tools: They may look scary, but are easy to use once you understand their basic building blocks.
A nested class provides a simple way to organize the components of a big, complex class.
Coverity 7.0 also focuses sharply on Web application security.
PC shipments expected to remain flat.
ILSpy lets you see the code for any .NET DLL in the language of your choice.
While you shouldn't spend any more time writing comments then is actually useful to the programmers who come after you, you should put the comments you do write where they'll do the most good for the most people: In IntelliSense.
You can't "grow" a fluent API; you need to understand how developers will need (and expect) to use your API. Here's a case study of what the design process for a fluent API looks like.
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Once you've delivered server-side objects to your client, you're going to need to manage them. Here's how to integrate a powerful client-side (and server-side) object manager into your application using TypeScript.
Go inside the protocol that's the backbone for today's modern, cloud-based applications.