In-Depth Features


WPF Goes to Work

Windows Presentation Foundation has been greatly underserved by Microsoft’s emphasis on glitz and glamour; learn how to take advantage of WPF in your everyday Windows business apps.

REPLACE WITH NEW ID# 1787

Use the declarative programming model to enable type-safe data access in ADO.NET.

Consuming Remote Web Services with ASP.NET AJAX

Notice that ScriptManager can't generate a client-side proxy object that can be used to call the remote service? Dan shows you the workaround.

Enterprise Architect

The creator of the Zachman Framework talks about the matrix at work.

AMD Spec for Easier Multithread Development

Integrate Windows Apps With Oracle

Publish a PL/SQL procedure in Oracle as a Web service and consume it from a Web service client in WCF.

Search & Destroy Bugs

Learn how to write programs that not only protect themselves from bugs, but that also seek them out and destroy them.

Data, Data, Everywhere Data!

Life After dBase

Database pioneer sets sail on a new course. An interview with C. Wayne Ratliff, Creator of dBASE II.

'Rosario' CTP Surfaces

Build AJAX Security With JSON

AJAX-era security requires tossing out a lot of what you thought you knew about security, starting with Same Origin Policy.

Microsoft Calls on the Ruby Community

Load Up With VB's Operators

Take an in-depth look at operators in Visual Basic; examine the rules and guidelines for operator overloading; and learn about ternary operators and operator lifting.

Server-Side AJAX for the Enterprise

AJAX got the nod at the recent AJAX Experience conference from Joshua Gertzen, who presented a case study on an AJAX-based banking application at the event.

Products: OpenSpan Changes the Game for Application Integration

OpenSpan Monday announced the availability of the OpenSpan Platform 3.1, an application integration environment.

Novell Relishes Pact with Microsoft

Justin Steinman discusses Linux indemnification and Novell's Deal with Redmond.

The Dawning Age of Experience

In Seattle's Web Design World 2007, Jared Spool shows you what it takes to build a successful, multi-disciplinary experience design team that will best meet your users' needs.