MSDN Magazine

The official blog of MSDN Magazine

November, 2007

Posts
  • MSDN Magazine

    Data Points: Data Binding in WPF

    • 2 Comments
    Did you know that Windows® Presentation Foundation (WPF) provides powerful data-binding capabilities? With WPF, you can perform data manipulation using Microsoft® .NET Framework code, XAML, or a combination. You can bind to controls, public...
  • MSDN Magazine

    CLR Inside Out: Writing Reliable .NET Code

    • 0 Comments
    What does it mean to be reliable? When you’re talking about software, it means more than being dependable and predictable. There are a number of key attributes that define reliability, including resilience and recoverability, all of which depend...
  • MSDN Magazine

    Toolbox November/December Update

    • 0 Comments
    Every month in MSDN Magazine , our Toolbox column , written by Scott Mitchell , highlights handy utilities that simplify development tasks and extend the reach of your applications. In the December installment of Toolbox , Scott shows you the .netLIVEHELP...
  • MSDN Magazine

    Test Run QA: Quick and Easy UI Test Automation Suites

    • 0 Comments
    Here's a question from a reader who's working with the code that James McCaffrey (also known as Dr. James McCaffrey in our article archives) provided in his article Build Quick and Easy UI Test Automation Suites with Visual Studio .NET from the January...
  • MSDN Magazine

    December 2007 MSDN Magazine now online

    • 4 Comments
    The December 2007 issue of MSDN Magazine is now available online at http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/07/12/default.aspx . The December issue is something of a grab bag, with articles about Visual Basic and Office development, mainframe interop...
  • MSDN Magazine

    Office Space: Event handling in SharePoint 2007

    • 2 Comments
    The ability to handle server-side events is a key element of building custom business solutions based on SharePoint sites. Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 3.0 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 both employ the new event-handling infrastructure...
  • MSDN Magazine

    Cutting Edge: Managing the User Experience in AJAX

    • 1 Comments
    In recent columns, Dino Esposito has been enthusiastic about how AJAX technologies help you build Web sites in which the old stop-and-go pattern is replaced by a more interactive structure. In the November issue of MSDN Magazine, Dino reviews the problems...
  • MSDN Magazine

    Foundations: Synchronization contexts in Windows Communication Foundation

    • 0 Comments
    The .NET Framework 2.0 introduced a little-known feature called the synchronization context, which is used to bounce a method call between a calling thread and a target thread or threads, in case the method cannot execute on the original calling thread...
  • MSDN Magazine

    Custom check-in policies for Visual Studio Team System

    • 0 Comments
    In the past three editions of our Team System column, Brian A. Randell explored the Team Foundation Server (TFS) version control and work item tracking APIs. Brian used the APIs to build a Microsoft Word 2003 add-in that provides support for check-ins...
  • MSDN Magazine

    Test Run Q&A: Test automation

    • 2 Comments
    This post represents the beginning of a little experiment: we're going to post questions directed to our column authors via the column e-mail aliases, and let you take part in the conversation. Our authors will answer as they are available, and we encourage...
  • MSDN Magazine

    Basic Instincts: Extension methods in Visual Basic

    • 0 Comments
    You typically extend a class by deriving from a base class and enhancing the functionality in the derived class. A new feature in Visual Basic 2008, you extend any existing type's functionality, even when a type is not inheritable. In the November issue...
  • MSDN Magazine

    .NET Matters: Debugging finalizers

    • 2 Comments
    I have a bunch of custom types that, for one reason or another, need to implement IDisposable. I want to make sure that the other developers on my team using this class always dispose of my types correctly. What can I do to warn one of my teammates if...
Page 1 of 1 (12 items)