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  • Blog Post: Visual Basic 6: Old Soldiers Never Die…

    General Douglas MacArthur famously said during his 1951 farewell address to the U.S. Congress that “Old soldiers never die, they just fade away.” A half century later, MacArthur’s statement could just as easily apply to programming languages. Specifically, Visual Basic. Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: BUILT: Post-Conference Conversations After Microsoft BUILD

    I asked last week whether or not the BUILD Conference could possibly live up to the hype and anticipation that had grown around it. With the formal reveal of Windows 8, the technical detail released around the new Windows Runtime stack, and the release of developer previews of Visual Studio 11 and other...
  • Blog Post: Build Keynote: The ABCs of MVC and TFS

    Scott Guthrie may be corporate vice president of Microsoft's Server and Tools Business, where he heads up Windows Azure app development, but that didn't stop him from giving an action-packed demo of the new capabilities coming to ASP.NET MVC. Async functionality, WebSocket support, and better mobile...
  • Blog Post: Will BUILD Live up to its Advanced Billing?

    Microsoft sure knows how to fill a room. The company has had September 13 circled on everyone's calendar for months, promising to lift the veil on a host of strategically important technologies and initiatives at this week's show . Whether you are anxious for details on HTML5 and XAML development in...
  • Blog Post: Sinofsky Launches Building Windows 8 Blog

    Don't look now, but Microsoft is peeling back the layers on Windows 8. In June, developers got back-to-back demos and discussion of Windows 8 at the COMPUTEX partner conference in Tapei, Taiwan, and the All Things Digital event near Los Angeles. These gave us our first detailed look at the Windows Phone...
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