Kasey Uhlenhuth of the Managed Languages Team opens up about lessons learned in Microsoft's efforts to develop the upcoming "Roslyn" compiler with help from the open source community.
As Microsoft continues to offer newer, more innovative data platforms in the cloud, the SQL Server flagship is languishing. Here's what Microsoft needs to do to ensure it moves forward.
The .NET Framework has two collections that will guarantee your items are always sorted whenever you process the collection. Here's how to choose between the two and how to control the sort order (including supporting duplicate entries).
Availability, transparency of code is aimed at giving Visual Studio developers a leg up on debugging device drivers.
Peter returns to an earlier tip to explain why it doesn't always work.
If you think Bert is all talk when it comes to his decade of C# experience, you're wrong. He delivers…15 times.
Still in pre-release, updates are coming out fast for Application Insights SDK for Web Apps, including new ways to share customized charts.
Current Ultimate subscribers will notice a significant price reduction. Also: a Visual Studio 2015 timeline quick reference.
Microsoft has been running full steam ahead with its "open" development process. So what does it mean to those developing across disparate platforms? Scott Hanselman explains.
Promises make asynchronous processing simple, consistent and easy to use. And, with TypeScript and Promises.TypeScript providing support for generic Promises, you get both type safety and IntelliSense support.
Azure API Tools for Visual Studio 2013 gives developers a quick path to connecting to third-party REST APIs.
Forrester analyst says existing approaches to business intelligence need updating in the modern world, and converging them with Big Data technologies requires more than traditional DBMS systems such as SQL Server can provide.
Now that you know how to use them (see Part 1 if you don't), it's time to create custom ones.
Microsoft debuts Node.js Tools for Visual Studio version 1.0 after a year of development.