Use ObjectBuilder to access dependency-injection benefits and avoid application performance problems.
- By Daniel Cazzulino
Build a library of common ASP.NET 2.0 functions that will help you maintain and secure your Web sites.
- By Robert Boedigheimer
Increase productivity and consistency by leveraging your ASP.NET 2.0 databinding capabilities.
It'd be ideal to have versioning support in the core language specs for .NET and Java. But in the absence of such features, you can still do things today to build applications that show resilience in the face of change.
Simplify your development process in n-tier client/server systems with Windows Communication Foundation.
- By Rockford Lhotka
One of the keys to a successful software development project is participation from the business representatives. Here are a few tactics to help developers work with them.
Discover how EA and governance give managers the necessary tools for streamlining user services and creating platforms that deliver faster and cheaper services.
Understand the five phases of the application lifecycle, and learn which tests to perform in each of them.
- By Jeff Levinson
Determining the priorities of one software feature over another can be difficult. Here's how to tackle that challenge.
Move beyond the techno-speak, and learn how you can leverage new features in C# 3.0.
- By Richard Hale Shaw
Take advantage of .NET attributes to provide robust validation for your business objects, while generating user-interface validation automatically.
- By Steve Michelotti
Use Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Database Professionals to extend your team''s functionality and improve collaboration.
- By Cameron Skinner
ComponentOne is a big player in a niche it helped create, the third-party development space for Microsoft development tools.
- By Patrick Meader
Zimbra is looking to build on its reputation of taking Ajax to the limit.
- By Terrence O'Donnell
Just in time for JavaOne, the JCP approves the openly developed Java EE 5 spec unanimously. The latest platform offers ease-of-use features and an overhauled programming model.
- By Terrence O'Donnell
Understand the business imperative for SQL Server 2005''s new OLAP capabilities as well as how to implement them.
- By Andrew J. Brust
Use Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) to build secure distributed solutions that integrate across platforms and interoperate with existing investments.
- By Richard Turner
Learn some simple yet powerful requirements patterns that you can apply to most projects and processes.
- By Martin L. Shoemaker
Learn how to integrate ASP.NET's built-in security tools with the features of your existing site.
See how Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) includes support for advanced typography and layout, rich-media integration, and vector and 3D graphics.