This keynote from VSLive! Orlando focuses on best-of-breed solutions and reveals the direction of Visual Studio''s next release.
- By Sam Guckenheimer
Learn some simple yet powerful requirements patterns that you can apply to most projects and processes.
- By Martin L. Shoemaker
See how Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) includes support for advanced typography and layout, rich-media integration, and vector and 3D graphics.
Learn how to integrate ASP.NET's built-in security tools with the features of your existing site.
Understand the business imperative for SQL Server 2005''s new OLAP capabilities as well as how to implement them.
- By Andrew J. Brust
Use Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) to build secure distributed solutions that integrate across platforms and interoperate with existing investments.
- By Richard Turner
In an exclusive interview, John deVadoss discusses software architecture and Microsoft's new certification program.
- By Patrick Meader
The January 2006 Language Integrated Query (LINQ) preview for the next ("Orcas") version of Visual Basic enables automating SQL Server object-relational mapping for DLinq and enhances XLinq syntax for literal XML and late binding.
- By Roger Jennings
Cassatt Corporation's star-studded brain trust offers server consolidation solutions.
- By Terrence O'Donnell
Microsoft's Bill Gates discusses the "next Web" for developers and designers at the MIX06 Web Conference.
- By Jeff Hadfield
Delve into application lifecycle management with this list of resources compiled by the staff of FTPOnline.
- By Editors Visual Studio Magazine
Take advantage of testing features in Visual Studio Team System for Software Testers to produce higher-quality Web applications.
Martin Shoemaker reveals what''s new in Visual Studio 2005 Team System and explains how it provides comprehensive process support.
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.
Users want their data to be available, even if their network isn''t. Microsoft''s Steve Lasker takes you through the various options for developing Occasionally Connected Smart Clients that operate in an offline mode as well as online.
- By Steve Lasker
Use new controls in VS 2005 to build professional looking Winforms applications.
This session introduces you to the possibilities of data mining and predictive analytics. Learn about the data mining process, what you need to know to mine your data, and the specific mining capabilities offered in SQL Server 2005.
- By HariharanJamie MacLennan