Now, Microsoft has produced a series of what it is calling Virtual Labs: 90-minute
long, interactive how-to sessions designed to help developers evaluate and master
a variety of specific Microsoft products and technologies.
Virtual Labs cover a variety of categories, from languages like Visual Basic,
C# and C++ to products like SQL Server 2005, BizTalk Server and, of course,
Visual Studio 2005. Coverage also extends to functional categories like Security
and Web Services. And good news: There's no installation required to work with
You can learn more about the tutorials here.
Posted by Michael Desmond on 07/18/2007 at 1:15 PM
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