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  • Blog Post: Web Analytics with SharePoint 2007 Whitepaper

    From the SharePoint experts blog : Download the 'Web Analytics with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007' whitepaper (in XPS format) The freely downloadable 72-page whitepaper has the following major chapters: Analytics Objectives and Benefits Web Analytics Technologies and Methodologies...
  • Blog Post: Additional Benefits for MSDN Subscribers – Free & Discounted Products

    MSDN Subscriptions are an excellent solution people needing a full development platform (including development tools, client applications, servers, etc…). As an active MSDN Subscriber, you can take advantage of special offers from Microsoft or other companies . The list of offers below is taken at the...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Ramp Up launched 3 new free web development tracks

    MSDN Ramp Up is a free online learning program for developers. They’ve just launched three new ASP.NET tracks: “Web Development with ASP.NET”, “Move from ASP to ASP.NET”, and “Move from PHP to ASP.NET”. These tracks, along with the other currently offered ones (eg, Windows Mobile 6, SharePoint for Developers...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint: part 2 of free learning track on MSDN Ramp Up

    After the first part , MSDN Ramp Up just published the second part of the SharePoint learning track . From the website: As a developer, would you like to learn more about Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS)? MOSS is based on Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services, which gives developers the...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft's Security Toolbox for Development

    An analyst report from Cascade Insights covers the Security Development Lifecycle applied at Microsoft . From the website: This article is the fifth in the "SDL series" – a set of 8 articles investigating the Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle. In this series, through extensive interviews...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint: new free learning track on MSDN Ramp Up

    MSDN Ramp Up has a new free learning track on SharePoint . This information comes from the website: As a developer, would you like to learn more about Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS)? MOSS is based on Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services, which gives developers the opportunity to get...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Team System 2010 Week on Channel 9

    This week is Visual Studio Team System 2010 week on Channel 9 ! Brian Keller and friends will have 20 videos going live this week featuring interviews with the Visual Studio Team System product team including several screencast demonstrations of the latest bits. Technorati Tags: visual studio team system...
  • Blog Post: Deferred Loading in LINQ to SQL

    After the post on LINQ and Architectures , this time co-author Marco Russo of “ Programming Microsoft LINQ ” shares information on deferred loading in LINQ to SQL. The deferred loading of data in LINQ to SQL can operates at two granularity levels: the entity and the entity data member. LINQ to SQL allows...
  • Blog Post: LINQ to MSI (Windows Installer database)

    Bart De Smet is back with a new sample of a LINQ query provider, this time targeting Windows Installer databases , or more commonly named MSI’s. (If you want to learn more about MSI’s, you can also watch the recording of “ Building setup packages with WiX ”.) Technorati Tags: MSDN Belux , LINQ , MSI...
  • Blog Post: Coding for Fun: Writing Your Own Windows Live Messenger Agent in 30 Mins

    Fellow Microsoft employee Christof Claessens explains i a MSDN Chopsticks video how you can create your own Windows Live Messenger agent in 30 minutes . Although I didn’t try it myself yet, it looks like something to explore during a rainy weekend… Technorati Tags: MSDN Belux , windows live , buddyscript...
  • Blog Post: Addictive Games in Silverlight 2: Shock and Chip-8 Computer Emulator

    Nikola Mihaylov has an interesting blog on Silverlight, but also maintains a website containing nice stuff: Nokola . Warning: checking out the games on his website, may cause loosing precious time. Nikola must be a very nice guy, as he is also providing the source code of the games as a download. The...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft releases Source Analysis for C#

    Last Friday we announced the public release of Microsoft Source Analysis for C# . This tool was originally only used by Microsoft's development teams internally (known as StyleCop) to enfore a common set of best practices for layout, readability, maintainability and documentation of C# source code. Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: First Public Release of Pex, Automated Exploratory Testing for .NET

    Nikolai Tillman and Peli de Halleux announced the first public release of Pex (under Microsoft Research license ). From the website: Pex (Program EXploration) is an intelligent assistant to the programmer. From a parameterized unit test, it automatically produces a traditional unit test suite with...
  • Blog Post: Products & Extensions for Visual Studio website

    Katrien invited James Lau and Jean-Marc Prieur from the Visual Studio Ecosystem team at Microsoft. During an internal presentation at the office, they talked about Visual Studio Gallery , a recently launched website where developers can find a  lot of products and extensions for Visual Studio. These...
  • Blog Post: Building RIAs with Silverlight 2 video

    Learn how to use Microsoft Visual Studio and Expression Blend to create Silverlight 2 applications , how to create UI using XAML markup and code and how to customize the user experience to create unique experiences for your users. This session is presented by Tim Heuer from Microsoft Corp and was recorded...
  • Blog Post: DataSet enhancements for Enterprise Development 6-minutes video

    This short session will show you how Visual Studio 2008 dataset improvements makes building enterprise applications easier . It was recorded by our Belgian Regional Director Peter Himschoot . Technorati Tags: MSDN Belux , community , RD , Regional Director , Peter Himschoot , DataSet , Visual Studio...
  • Blog Post: LINQ for Visual Basic 2008 Developers video

    This video provides an introduction for Visual Basic developers to LINQ . The language integrated query framework for .NET is a set of language extensions for Visual Basic and C# and a unified programming model that extends the .NET Framework to offer integrated querying for objects, databases and XML...
  • Blog Post: Free eLearning on ASP.NET AJAX Extensions

    For a limited time, Microsoft Learning offers a free subscription to the eLearning clinic " Developing Enhanced Web Experiences with Microsoft® ASP.NET AJAX Extensions ". From the website: In this 2-hour clinic you will learn about the rich functionality that ASP.NET AJAX Extensions provides...
  • Blog Post: Using Code Snippets in Visual Studio 2008 video

    Microsoft Regional Director for Belgium Peter Himschoot recorded a Chopsticks video explaining how to use the code snippets in Visual Studio 2008 . Playtime: 14 minutes. Visual Studio Code Snippets - Chopsticks Noodle Code Snippets allow you to enter much used code constructs in a rapid and error-free...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming Visual Studio 2008 Community Launch Events

    The Belgian Visual Studio User Group is organizing a set of Visual Studio 2008 Community Launch events in May: VISUG - The ABC of Windows Communication Foundation 6 May 2008 - Merelbeke 13 May - Kortijk VISUG - Team Foundation Server 2008 Overview 7 May 2008 - Zaventem 21 May 2008 - Kontich VISUG - ASP...
  • Blog Post: IntoFactories.NET Community Blog on Software Factory Technologies and Tools

    Wim Vanden Driessche mailed me earlier today about a new community blog called " IntoFactories.NET - A deep dive into Microsoft software factory technologies and tools ". It is maintained by some of his team members at Compuware Belgium. Here's what they say about their blog : Near the end of ...
  • Blog Post: Walkthrough of the Web Service Software Factory (Chopsticks video)

    Kurt Claeys shows you how to use the Web Service Software Factory in Visual Studio during this 9 minute video. No slides, only a running demo. The Web Service Software Factory (also known as the Service Factory) is an integrated collection of tools, patterns, source code and prescriptive guidance. It...
  • Blog Post: Update on Microsoft Certifications - Free "Second Shot" Offer Extended, And More...

    In the past months, I've been writing a few posts on Microsoft certifications . Since there is more information available now, it's time to give an update: Free Second Shot offer has been extended From the website: " Due to popular demand, the Second Shot offer has been extended through June 30...
  • Blog Post: Free MSPress e-Book on SQL Server 2008

    After the free e-books on LINQ, ASP.NET AJAX and Silverlight 1.0 , Microsoft Press is giving away another free e-Book. This time the topic of the newest free e-Book is SQL Server 2008 and it contains excerpts from the upcoming publication "Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2008" by Peter DeBetta...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming MSDN Belux Evening: Developing .NET applications for Microsoft Office with Visual Studio 2008

    For years, Microsoft Office has been a major development platform. For a majority of business users and knowledge workers, Office is the only interface that they use to do their work. Any additional applications are expected to be integrated into that interface.  Visual Studio has been enabling...
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