Podcast: .NET Development and Windows Vista

In this podcast, two MSDN developer evangelists discuss how Windows Vista lets developers focus less on "plumbing" code and more on building a better user experience.

Windows Vista is finally here, and with it comes a new UI for the Office suite, a more robust SharePoint and plenty

"plumbing" code that need not be rewritten time and time again.

Bill Steele and Anand Iyer, two MSDN developer evangelists, recently talked to SearchVB.com about these new features and what they will mean for .NET developers. They also discussed Vista's support for the Visual Basic 6 runtime and a "Jedi mind trick" that maps legacy applications to more secure parts of the Registry.

The link for out latest podcast appears below. To listen to it right now, left click on the link. To download it and save it for later, right click on it.
http://media.techtarget.com/searchVB/downloads/VB_Develop_for_Vista_2007-02-16.mp3


Read about the topics discussed in this podcast

  • News: What Windows Vista means for .NET developers
  • Featured Topic: Developing for Windows Vista
  • Learning Guide: Visual Studio 2005
  • Tip: Here comes .NET Framework 3.0

  • Dig deeper on Smart client application development best practices

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