Microsoft's S. Soma Somasegar emphasizes VS 2005's collaboration and productivity features in his VSLive! SF keynote.
- By S. "Soma" Somasegar
Learn how you can develop WinForms-based database applications more quickly with VS 2005 and SQL Server 2005 Express.
- By Jay Schmelzer
Learn how to take your skills as a Windows developer and use them in exciting new areas, including Instant Messaging, dynamic online satellite imagery, and more.
- By R. Merrifield, A. Daley, J. Gordon, S. Swan and B. Teutsch
Kit George shows you how to cope with common real-life hurdles, and effectively utilize the .NET Framework and VS 2005.
Upgrade your existing SQL Server systems painlessly with expert help from Jennifer Perret.
- By Jennifer Perret
Learn basic VSTS techniques that can help you manage your next project more effectively.
- By Martin L. Shoemaker
Find out what Microsoft''s developer division learned during the VS 2005 roll-out, and the engineering practices and improvements that it set in place to make the next version even better.
Discover which new products, designed to enhance and expand the capabilities of Visual Studio 2005, were announced at VSLive! 2006.
- By Editors Visual Studio Magazine
Explore how companies can conquer issues associated with IT complexity and achieve success in their architecture initiatives through the appropriate mix of people, process, and technology.
- By Firdaus Bhathena
Recent acquisitions by Progress Software fortify its stake in providing SOA infrastructure.
- By Terrence O'Donnell
ASP.NET 2.0 provides a robust set of functionality for implementing rich and flexible forms authentication in your applications.
- By Matthew MacDonald and Mario Szpuszta
The company's diverse portfolio has a singular underpinning -- a commitment to efficiency and excellence.
- By Peggy Aycinena
Flickr Architect Cal Henderson provides a snapshot of the popular photo-sharing Web site and its beginnings.
- By Lauren Y. Dresnick
By implementing automated business application processing as part of your core IT framework, you can realize significant increases in efficiency and productivity.
James Avery's Visual Studio Hacks features 100 tips and techniques that you can use to make more efficient use of Visual Studio for coding and various other tasks.
.NET Framework Standard Library Annotated Reference, Volume 2, is a detailed dictionary-style guide that gives insight into how to use the .NET Framework properly. It covers the networking, XML, and reflection namespaces in detail.
The latest version of ASP.NET incorporates major structural changes and includes everything from new controls to new subsystems. Everything's aimed at making you more productive.
Processor speed continues to increase according to Moore's Law, but application developers still need to worry about performance. Use performance analysis data to seek out code that executes slowly and examine the reasons why.
- By Peter Varhol
Visual Studio 2005 includes new language features and development tools, but do you need it? Delve into this analysis of Microsoft's much-anticipated release, plus a look at what's ahead in Orcas.
- By Peter Varhol
Welcome to the launch of FTPOnline's Upside Business Channel. You'll get insights behind the news and technologies that are shaping the high-tech industry.
- By Jim Fawcette