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  • Blog Post: VS 2010 RC Released

    Microsoft has shipped the RC for Visual Studio 2010 / .NET Framework 4! The RC will be made available to the public on Wednesday, February 10, 2010. Jason Zander on the release. The download page
  • Blog Post: New Articles on MSDN: ClickOnce, Office 2007 Business Applications

    The following new articles have appeared on MSDN: Certificate Expiration in ClickOnce Deployment Building the Contoso Auto Sales Office Business Application Part 1 Building the Contoso Auto Sales Office Business Application Part 2
  • Blog Post: Article Published on Creating a LINQ Provider

    Pedram Rezaei has written a detailed and code centric article on how to create a LINQ provider similar to the LINQ to SQL provider. This article has large amount of specific technical information in it of interest to developers who want to tackle this complicated but very rewarding task. Building...
  • Blog Post: SoCal Code Camp at California State, Fullerton

    Just a reminder that there will be a code camp coming up in Southern California on January 30th and 31st. Follow this link for details: http://www.socalcodecamp.com/ SoCal Rock and Roll Code Camp: Yeah… It’s like that!
  • Blog Post: Feedback Wanted: Links to C# Tech Info

    A couple of us are working on finding a way to surface key links to information in the MSDN library. Perhaps later we will also link to information found throughout the community websites. If we can find the right approach, we might canonize these categorize and links on the Learn page of the C# Dev...
  • Blog Post: Webcast: Lighting Up the New Visual Studio 2010 Editor with Rich Extensions (Level 200)

    Microsoft Events on MSDN will be hosting a webcast on Wednesday, December 09, 2009 10:00 AM Pacific Time. The event is designed to familiarize you with the new editor extensions that the WPF redesign have helped make possible. You can find more webcasts , videos , virtual labs and podcasts by following...
  • Blog Post: Official Publication of Creating Windows Azure Applications with Visual Studio Videos

    Though they were previewed earlier this month, we have now officially released the first of Windows Azure series of How Do I videos. Below you find a list of the videos that have been created, along with links to their location in the How Do I Video library . The Developing Windows Azure Applications...
  • Blog Post: Videos of C# Authors at PDC

    Here are links to a few short video interviews by prebynski with C# MVPs and luminaries speaking while they attended PDC 2009 last week in Los Angeles. This is a chance to hear the interests and opinions of folks who are immersed in the culture and technology surrounding C#. All three of these interviewees...
  • Blog Post: Community Links LVIII

    Data Microsoft SQL Server Library SQL Server Books Online SQL Server Online Resources CTP, Troubleshooting Microsoft MSDN SQL Server Online Resources CTP, Troubleshooting Microsoft TechNet What's New (SQL Server 2008) GettingStarted Creating Your First C# Application...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence LVII

    Welcome to the fifty-seventh issue of Community Convergence. In this post I’ll focus on new articles from the C# team, as well as events taking place at PDC. From the C# Team Eric Lippert Closing over the loop variable considered harmful Three Umpires   (The Compiler Calls ‘em as it Sees ‘em) Simple...
  • Blog Post: Video: Azure Services in Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2, Part III

    This is the first of three videos showing how Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 provides support for the development and deployment of Azure Services applications. In these short How Do I Videos, I filmed Jim Nakashima as he demonstrated practical techniques for quickly deploying applications to the cloud. These...
  • Blog Post: Video: Azure Services in Visual Studio Beta 2, Part II

    This is the second in a series of three videos showing how Visual Studio 2010 provides support for the development and deployment of Azure Services applications. In these short How Do I Videos, I filmed Jim Nakashima as he demonstrated practical techniques for quickly deploying applications to the cloud...
  • Blog Post: Videos: Azure Services in Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 with Jim Nakashima, Part I

    This is the first of three videos showing how Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 provides support for the development and deployment of Azure Services applications. In these short How Do I Videos, I filmed Jim Nakashima as he demonstrated practical techniques for quickly deploying applications to the cloud. These...
  • Blog Post: HDI Video: Generate from Usage in Visual Studio 2010 with Karen Liu

    Karen Liu, the Lead Program Manager for the Visual C# and Visual Basic IDEs, has created a new video on Generate from Usage (GFU), a feature found in Visual Studio 2010, Beta 2. This post recaps what is included in the video, including the sections that show how GFU can be used to enhance test first...
  • Blog Post: New Article on Detecting Memory Leaks . NET Applications

    MSDN has published an excellent article by Fabrice Marguerie entitled “ How to Detect and Avoid Memory and Resource Leaks in .NET Applications .” In the article, the author explains how memory leaks are introduced into .NET applications, and what you can do to discover and eliminate them. The code shown...
  • Blog Post: CSharp “How Do I Videos (Podcasts)” for the Zune Software

    It can be handy to create custom RSS feeds for the Zune so that it is easy to download and watch selected videos. You can watch these videos either on your PC, or on the Zune itself. Here is a custom feed I created that contains all the new C# 4.0 language and IDE How Do I Videos , plus a selection of...
  • Blog Post: VSL at DevConnections

    The following talks will be given by Visual Studio Languages team members at the DevConnections Conference in Las Vegas. Tuesday, November 10, 2009 Title Speaker 10:00am - 11:00am VMS01: The Future of C# Charlie Calvert 11:15am - 12:15pm VMS02: Future Directions for Visual Basic Jared Parsons 1:45pm...
  • Blog Post: Running IronPython Scripts from a C# 4.0 Program

    IronPython is a scripting language hosted on the .NET platform. This posts shows how you can use the Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR) and the new C# 4.0 dynamic keyword to call an IronPython script from a C# program. Before going any further, it might be helpful to take a moment to explore the architecture...
  • Blog Post: Getting Started with IronPython

    I recently spent some time getting IronPython up and running on my system; I will review what I learned in this post. Hosted inside an interpreter, Python belongs to the same family of scripting tools as VBScript, JavaScript, Perl and Ruby. You can fairly compare Python to a general purpose language...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence LVI

    Welcome to the fifty-sixth community convergence. As you probably know by now, Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 has been released on MSDN and will be available to the general public on Wednesday, October 21, 2009. I’ve worked with the team to create a wide range of technical material designed to support this...
  • Blog Post: The XNA Role Playing Game Starter Kit

    In my spare time I’ve been looking at the C#code for the XNA Role Playing Game starter kit . This kit is not new, but I’m interested in Role Playing Games (RPGs), so I thought I’d keep some notes on what I’m learning as I play with it. Though not especially fancy, I like this code as it represents something...
  • Blog Post: .NET University is Live

    Doug Turnure and Mark Dunn just reopened the .NET University site.  This resource includes approximately 40 developer-oriented presentation kits that include slides, speaker notes, demos, demo scripts and webcast videos. You can use these materials in your own presentations, or simply access the...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence LV

    Welcome to the fifty-fifth release of Community Convergence. The big news this week is the release of an updated version of CodeRush Xpress , version 9.2. This upgrade to the popular set of free enhancements to the VS IDE has important performance and memory improvements. You might also be interested...
  • Blog Post: Tech Republic Posts a Review of Essential LINQ

    On the Tech Republic web site Justin James has written a review of Essential LINQ , the book Dinesh Kulkarni and I wrote about the key features of LINQ such as LINQ to Objects LINQ to SQL LINQ to XML We also touch on important subjects such as the Entity Framework, best practices, and LINQ extensions...
  • Blog Post: CodeRush Xpress 9.2 Ships

    The free CodeRush Xpress from DevExpress provides C# and VB developers with powerful extensions to Visual Studio. These features include editing and refactoring tools that make it easier for you to quickly produce well designed code. Version 9.2 of CodeRush Xpress, which shipped on August 25, 2009, has...
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