Avoid common pitfalls with these step-by-step instructions for writing your first device application.
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.
The Microsoft Synchronization Services 1.0 API for SQL Server 2005 Compact Edition and the new Sync Designer in the Orcas March 2007 CTP team up to generate a local data cache that synchronizes incrementally and bidirectionally with SQL Server Express.
- By Roger Jennings
Orcas aims to unify programming models with LINQ capabilities in Visual Basic and C#.
- By Amanda Silver
Use model-driven development techniques to resolve common problems associated with building applications in SOA environments.
- By Steve Andrews
According to security professionals, it''s possible for users of Microsoft''s new RDP 6.0 client to bypass server-side security settings and successfully establish connections.
- By Stephen Swoyer
Create your own fully functional ASP.NET DataSource control.
- By Rockford Lhotka
Use WPF applications to meet real-world needs.
- By Billy Hollis
Discover key WCF concepts for ASMX and Remoting programmers who are ready to begin migrating to .NET 3.0.
- By Richard Hale Shaw
Build more efficient application with WPF.
Learn some ways that you can adapt to rapid changes in the world software development.
- By Billy Hollis
Get your system ready for device development and build a device application.
Microsoft confirmed that the ADO.NET Entity Framework will not be released with Orcas
- By Kathleen Richards
Robert Carr talks about the Web as a delivery mechanism for software and services.
- By Doug Barney and Thomas Caywood
Investigate a familiar Vista security flaw, and check out what lies ahead for Visual Studio.
- By Peter Varhol
Check out Microsoft''s early versions of new tools for ASP.NET and the Silverlight cross-platform browser plug-in.
- By Chris Kanaracus
Add pizzazz to your users' desktops with Windows Gadgets, lightweight desktop applications that provide useful bits of functionality while also bringing fun back to the development process.