The new DataForm control and enhanced support for data-driven applications make it possible for developers to deliver line-of-business applications to any user with a Silverlight-enabled Web browser.
Is Microsoft enhancing your user experience in Visual Studio 2010 and beyond?
Visual Studio 2008 Extensions for SharePoint makes developing and testing Web Parts almost easy, provided you install it correctly.
RDN Editor Kathleen Richards talks with Microsoft's Kris Horrocks.
.NET developers face adjustments as they start coding for Microsoft's high-flying workflow and collaboration platform.
Create a custom tool to provide a flexible and easy way to generate code on demand.
IE8 GM talks about switching to standards compliance.
Bob Muglia on Microsoft's new cloud programming model.
In this special interview, Microsoft Corporate Vice President Robert Wahbe discusses the Azure Services Platform and Software plus Services applications with 1105 Media's Jeffrey Schwartz and Michael Desmond.
David DeWitt talks about building parallel processing into SQL Server.
Our hands-on review of the Windows 7 pre-beta reveals an operating system that is remarkably stable.
LINQ to SQL continues to be a top contender in the .NET object/relational mapping tool market despite Microsoft's promotion of the Entity Framework as one of the "Pillars of SQL Server 2008: Dynamic Development."
Microsoft's Robert Wahbe on Azure and S+S applications.
Microsoft Technical Fellow Dave Campbell on Windows Azure and SDS.
Why Windows Azure and Windows 7 will change the way you work.
Microsoft's Brad Becker on Silverlight 2 and the enterprise market.
Have Microsoft's new tools made you the part-time DBA?
A security flaw in Google's new Android operating system discovered recently by independent researchers further underscores the security debate between open source and proprietary software.
Some key products won't get attention at the Professional Developers Conference. Here's a guide to what will remain under wraps at Microsoft's biggest developer showcase in years.
Former Redmond exec discusses the battle over the Internet.
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