Infragistics is developing tools for Microsoft''s Silverlight cross-platform browser plug-in, as well as a new set of server controls that will work on both ASP.NET 2.0 and the upcoming ASP.NET 3.5.
- By Chris Kanaracus
Oracle is giving its .NET tools an upgrade and adding a new one to the portfolio.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Windows Server Division blog counters speculation that the release of Windows Server 2008 could be delayed until 2008.
Bob Muglia, senior vice president of the Microsoft Server and Tools division, talks .NET, Windows Server 2008, SQL and more
- By Roger Jennings
Microsoft is readying a beta of a new SKU of Visual Studio 2008, intended for those who want to embed it into their own tools.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft will offer free trials of Windows Vista and Visual Studio 2005.
The making of windows Server 2008 -- a Q&A with Bill Laing, General Manager, Microsoft Windows Server Division.
- By Mary Jo Foley
XAML (and WPF and WF) promise to change how we program. But before you can put it to use, you need a firm understanding of what this technology is and what its strengths are.
- By Kathleen Dollard
Building applications for multiple platforms requires more consideration from developers than ever before. Find out how to make your apps 'smarter.'
Get best practices for using TFS and Team System to improve process and methodology.
- By Jeff Levinson
Microsoft claims that Windows Vista has proven exceptionally secure so far.
Avoid common pitfalls with these step-by-step instructions for writing your first device application.
VSM reveals the best of 2007 with its updated product guide and the announcement of this year's annual Readers Choice Award winners.
- By Readers of Visual Studio Magazine
.NET 3.0 introduces several new features that simplify utilizing speech in your applications.
- By Jeff Certain
Mainsoft has enhanced its solution, which creates Java bite code via a .NET-based platform.
Hejlsberg shares his views on Borland, managed code and what's next.
- By Michael Desmond
Explore the new user experiences offered in Windows Vista.
Unify the efforts of your entire software development team by automating infrastructure.
Discover key WCF concepts for ASMX and Remoting programmers who are ready to begin migrating to .NET 3.0.
- By Richard Hale Shaw