Why Silverlight 4 should change the way you make decisions about application development.
Will the Dev10 improvements be worth it if the result is slower performance?
Flawed code is a lot like financial debt. It drags you down and consumes resources that would otherwise go to profit-making ventures. Here's how to avoid getting caught in the technical debt trap.
Silverlight applications based on the Managed Extensibility Framework and generalized user interfaces don't require hand coding every screen.
Suddenly, and for no apparent reason, an internal support application at Joe R.'s company suffered a slowdown in executing queries and returning data.
Extend runtime sorting and filtering of data with ASP.NET 4's QueryExtender, which provides a single interface for DataSources.
What can Microsoft do to preserve the relevance of Windows -- and the crucial revenue stream that derives from it?
dynaTrace provides continuous monitoring of your application -- from the client to the database -- without requiring you to insert any instrumentation code.