ANTS Profiler 2.7, More

Learn about the latest and greatest products available from vendors that provide tools and services for Visual Studio .NET.

Are Security Threats More Significant Today?

It's hard to escape that perception that the computing networks face an ever-expanding number of threats, as well as a significantly higher level of potential risk.

The Future of ASP.NET Hinges on Web 2.0

Web 2.0 and Ajax-related technologies began life outside the Microsoft domain, but these technologies are now critically important to the future of ASP.NET development.

More Hassle Than Help

A reader comments that the migration wizard is more hassle than help for large projects; another reader critiques the depth of VSM's current offerings.

Letters to the Editor

A reader argues that an adventurous spirit actually benefits customers over the long run; another reader requests that VSM go with more practical articles.

The Rich Web Experience -- And Beyond

Scott Guthrie recently sat with VSM to discuss Microsoft's ASP.NET AJAX and the status of other Web-related projects.

Developer Directness Improves Quality

VSM's readers and authors are notorious for their (often brutal) honesty; we rely on this constructive criticism to provide you with a better magazine.

DevInspect 3.0, More

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Automating Refactoring

Juan Peña from Artinsoft responds to a recent article on refactoring with suggestions for how to achieve more automated refactoring, and a reader asserts that software engineering should be difficult.

Office 2007 Toolset Targets Visual Studio Professional Developers

VSTO 2005 SE, allows developers to create application-level add-in solutions for Office 2007 applications.

How ASP.NET AJAX Impacts Developers

Microsoft's Brian Goldfarb discusses the newly released ASP.NET AJAX and what it will mean for both traditional server-side ASP.NET developers, as well as developers whose emphasis has always been more on the client side.

Chart FX Extensions Pack, More

Learn what's new in the third-party community for Visual Studio and its related tools.

Surf's Up for Microsoft's Next Software Wave

Microsoft announced milestones for several key technologies, including Windows Vista, 2007 Microsoft Office System, the .NET Framework 3.0, Visual Studio Extensions for .NET Framework 3.0, RTM of VSTO 2007, and more.

Studio Enterprise Doc Edition: Create and Document Sophisticated Applications

Studio Enterprise Doc Edition provides a comprehensive suite of tools that enable you to create apps and their documentation.

DevPartner Fault Simulator 2.0

Learn about the latest and greatest products available from vendors that provide tools and services for Visual Studio .NET.

Developers Must Adapt -- or Die

Application lifecycle management tools are giving management better tools to peer into the development process. Your job might depend on adapting to this circumstance.

ImagXpress Photo: Spruce Up Your Digital Images

ImagXpress Photo includes tons of features for managing digital images, and it's easy-to-use. It's also expensive.

Readers Weight In on eBooks

Readers sound off about the recent experiments that delivered VSM in an eBook format.

Refactor Your Way to Migration Success

Take advantage of the top ten refactorings for VB6-.NET migration to create easier-to-read and far more robust .NET applications. These refactorings pick up where the Migration Wizard leaves off.

RCAs Need More Diversity

A reader offers suggestions for how to broaden the selection of winners in VSM's annual Buyers Guide Survey.

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