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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.
Former Redmond exec discusses the battle over the Internet.
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.
Computer Zen's Scott Hanselman enlightens developers.
Hard-coded messages don't scale well, and .NET's inherent error messages are user-unfriendly. Learn how to create a more scalable and user-friendly data-driven messaging system.
Why software development as a repeatable business process may work for you.
Learn to access enterprise data stored in Oracle database servers by calling PL/SQL stored procedures from ADO.NET client applications and discover implementation strategies for dealing with common business scenarios.
DotNetNuke's Shaun Walker offers advice for .NET open source developers.
With the U.S. economy still circling and unemployment on the rise, it's a good time to be in IT -- relatively speaking.
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Industry watcher Andy Updegrove on the future of OOXML and ISO.
If Silverlight 2 wins the gold in Beijing, will it be ready to light up your rich Internet apps?
In-depth Q&A analyzes what developers can expect after the appeal's expected defeat.
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