Still rooted to traditional dev models? Learning the skills and processes to span on-premises and cloud scenarios is fundamental for Visual Studio developers in 2010.
Silverlight offers impressive talents and more than a few frustrations. From customizing your application UI to battling obscure bugs and error messages, this column helps with the transition to Silverlight tools.
Interfaces can make your applications easier to test and maintain.
After nearly eight years of working as a C++ developer at Rik V.'s insurance company, a certain coworker was finally laid off.
In a recent cover story, VSM Editor in Chief Michael Desmond asked whether developers would flock to Windows 7.
I began writing Redmond Review one year ago, with a column covering the 2008 Microsoft Professional Developers Conference (PDC2008).
From Windows Azure to Silverlight, the 2009 Microsoft Professional Developers Conference provided plenty of concrete guidance for .NET developers looking ahead to 2010 and beyond.
CodeSmith Studio supports the creation of code-generation projects for a wide variety of outputs-though it has limited integration with Visual Studio.