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June, 2008

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    Microsoft Robotics Studio

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    Microsoft Robotics Studio is more than just a way to play with robots. Robotics Studio allows you to build service-based applications for a wide range of hardware devices. In the June 2008 issue of MSDN Magazine , Sara Morgan covers the Robotics Studio...
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    A C++ Library That Simplifies Windows Forms

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    One problem with GUI programming in C++ is that most libraries are too low level, putting much of the burden on the programmer. In the June 2008 issue of MSDN Magazine , John Torjo introduces you eGUI++, a C++ library that gives you a high-level interface...
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    Foundations: Bitmaps And Pixel Bits

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    A combination of the retained-mode graphics system and notification mechanisms such as dependency properties unleash the flexibility and power of Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF, allowing these objects to be targets of data bindings and animations...
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    Windows With C++: Decoding Windows Vista Icons With WIC

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    In the April 2008 issue of MSDN Magazine , Kenny Kerr introduced the Windows Imaging Component (WIC) , showing you how you can use it to encode and decode different image formats. In the June 2008 issue, Kenny shows you how to extend WIC by writing your...
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    Virtual Labs: Testing with LINQ

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    Today we are launching another new Virtual Labs. In the April 2008 issue of MSDN Magazine , James McCaffrey showed you how to simplify SQL stored procedures test automation using LINQ using the LINQ to SQL provider. The article now features a link to...
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    Tools for Identifying Concurrency Issues

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    Performance improvements in many-core systems can only be achieved by writing efficient parallel programs. However, testing parallel applications is not straightforward. In the June 2008 issue of MSDN Magazine , Rahul V. Patil and Boby George look at...
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    Going Places: Building Adaptable Windows Mobile Apps

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    In 2008 there are now more than 140 different Windows Mobile phones available that support a variety of different options. Developers to be aware of these differences and to plan for them by building what are called adaptable applications—apps that work...
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    A Survey of .NET Languages And Paradigms

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    Hundreds of languages target Windows either directly through the Win32 API or through the CLR, and more are being built every day. While you've probably heard about many of these new languages and language paradigms, you may be wondering what it all means...
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    Workflows That Capture Data And Create Office Documents

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    Business processes that call for workflow often require that process-related documents be consumed or created. In the June 2008 issue of MSDN Magazine , Rick Spiewak discusses how to capture data InfoPath forms and other Office documents to capture data...
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    MSDN Magazine Virtual Labs for June!

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    With the June 2008 issue of MSDN Magazine we are launching an exciting new feature for our readers: Virtual Labs! In the Virtual Labs, you can get immediate hands-on experience with our sample code while reading along in the associated article. The labs...
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    Building a WCF Router

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    In the April 2008 issue of MSDN Magazine , Michele Leroux Bustamante started a series of columns in which she demonstrates how to create a simple Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) router that allows messages to flow transparently between the calling...
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    Cutting Edge: AJAX Design Patterns and Client-Side Templates

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    In the May 2008 issue of MSDN Magazine , Dino Esposito continued his discussion of AJAX programming by introducing the Single-Page Interface (SPI) model for Web app development and describing some AJAX design patterns that follow from the SPI model. In...
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    Security: a One-Time Password Solution

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    Passwords can be a big security and manageability headache for enterprise IT administrators. Because passwords are cached on computer hard drives and stored on servers, they are susceptible to cracking. In the June 2008 issue of MSDN Magazine , Dan Griffin...
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    Connect Enterprise Apps With BizTalk Services

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    Microsoft has blended the most compelling characteristics of Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) into a new idea it calls the Internet Service Bus (ISB). These technologies let you manage multiple service connections through a central bus that provides an abstraction...
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    Visual C++ 2008 Feature Pack

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    Although the Visual C++ compiler has been improved in a areas including performance, security, and standards conformance, seemingly little has been done in the way of new library and productivity features for quite some time. That has changed with the...
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    CLR Inside Out: More Measuring for Performance

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    To reliably create high-performance programs, you need to understand the performance of the individual components you use. Thus, measurement has to be an integral part of the design process. In the April 2008 issue of MSDN Magazine , Vance Morrison showed...
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    CLR Inside Out: the Large Object Heap

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    The CLR garbage collector divides objects into small and large categories. When an object is large, some attributes associated with it become more significant than if the object is small. With the June 2008 issue of MSDN Magazine , Maoni Stephens explains...
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