August 2005 - Secure Your Data
Using SQL Server 2005's engine-based, data-encryption functions. Plus how to take advantage of the Windows Management Interface to gauge your application’s performance requirements correctly, simplify coding with Visual Studio 2005 visualizers (and create custom ones), the incredible shrinking programmer and much more.
Take advantage of these practical guidelines for implementing serviced components properly and reduce coding and maintenance headaches now?and in the future.
Check out the latest upgrades to your favorite VS.NET add-ins, including a product that helps you isolate and eliminate performance issues and memory leaks.
Is C# winning vs. VB.NET?
Take advantage of visualizers in Visual Studio 2005 to make yourself more productive; also learn how to create your own custom visualizers.
Even recently, programming was considered a hot profession with almost limitless opportunities for making it big. How quickly things change. Today, programmers typically need to beef up their skill sets just to remain viable in the workplace.
Readers who have made the leap to .NET aren't looking back. They say they're developing and deploying reliable, mission-critical apps that pay for themselves quickly.
Take advantage of the Windows Management Interface to correctly gauge your application's performance requirements.
Developer Express' CodeRush for Visual Studio aids developer productivity.