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    Historical Debugging in Visual Studio 2010

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    The new Historical Debugger coming in Visual Studio Team System 2010 will definitely change the way you debug your managed applications (yes, unfortunately it is meant for .NET environment only ). What it gives you is the ability to “step-back” through...
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    Oslo and the Data Programmability stack

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    Read this interesting post by Doug Purdy describing the direction Oslo is taking. Basically the Data Programmability team is merging with the Oslo team in Microsoft, so we can expect a tighter alignment of the M with EF/EDM, which in my opinion makes...
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    ASP.NET MVC V2 Preview 1 Released

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    The ASP.NET team has released a first public preview of the ASP.NET MVC Version 2 and it can be downloaded here . For the quick overview of the new features including Areas Support DataAnnotation Validation Support jQuery Validation Plugin (coming later...
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    SQL Azure Resources Available on MSDN

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    In case you would like to know more about SQL Azure database offering that is coming to the Azure platform, I would like to point out to you the new resources available on MSDN web site . For those who are not following Azure platform developments and...
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    STM.NET available on MSDN Labs

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    Software Transactional Memory (STM.NET) was just made available for C# developers on MSDN Labs home. It is a mechanism for efficient isolation of shared state.  The programmer demarcates a region of code as operating within a transaction that is...
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    Debugging Parallel Applications in VS2010

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    Most of you following Visual Studio 2010 product development are aware that there will be a parallel applications support available for .NET Framework 4.0, since parallel programming is becoming a part of the framework. You can check more about Parallel...
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    Visual Studio Team System for Oracle Developers

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    TeamFuze ( www.teamfuze.net ) is working on a Visual Studio Team System 2010 add-in that will bring database manipulation and versioning capabilities for Oracle databases into the Visual Studio environment, of course, by leveraging Team Foundation Server...
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    Microsoft PDC 2009 registrations are open!

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    Do not miss out the best conference for developers this fall – Microsoft Developers Conference 2009 in November. Registrations are already open at http://microsoftpdc.com/ , so do not hesitate… A hint: although it is called PDC it is meant for IT Pros...
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