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    Microsoft announced a handful of free tools and technologies that developers can take advantage of to simplify creating professional Web sites.

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    .NET Framework is a good start if you're interested in targeting the Windows Mobile platform, but you should also be aware of some important resources and caveats. Learn where you can find the necessary software development kits to begin programming mobile devices and the wealth of Microsoft-related resources available.

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    As .NET gains more traction in the enterprise, there is a growing need for application performance management tools.

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  • Scaling WCF applications can challenge development teams

    IDesign's Michele Bustamante told an SD West audience that scalability and throughput issues for Windows Communication Foundation can be addressed if proper consideration is given to channel overhead, the number of service hops, the hosting model, and load balancing.

  • Microsoft unit testing effort grows, still faces NUnit challenge

    The big unit testing trend in the .NET space this year seems to be the rollout of unit test software on Visual Studio 2008 workstations. But NUnit, recently released as NUnit 2.4.6, remains a challenging presence, and the open-source mbUnit framework continues to find adherents.

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    FabricServer, the enterprise application virtualization tool from DataSynapse, has added support for .NET 3.0, SharePoint 2007 and IIS.

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  • How to write installers in Vista that work correctly under UAC

    UAC prompts, and their cousins the over-the-shoulder (OTS) prompts, present unique challenges to developers writing installers in Vista and Windows 7. Learn how to use UAC and OTS correctly to write safe, intuitive installers that work in standard user mode.

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    The UAC prompt that Vista introduced gives programs privileged access to the operating system, but you need to ask for those permissions correctly if you don't want to annoy users. Read three ways you can use UAC to ask Vista for elevated privileges.

  • Introduction to Vista's user account control (UAC) for developers

    Vista's new security model includes the user account control (UAC) prompt, which users know as the confirmation dialog box that pops up before applications can gain privileged access to the operating system. Learn what UAC is, why Microsoft included it in its latest version of Windows and how you can develop programs that work well with it.

  • Beginning Windows CardSpace development

    CardSpace is Microsoft's identity management tool for the .NET Framework 3.0. This updated tip introduces the technology and discusses how it aligns with the rest of .NET 3.0.

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    Windows Vista introduces numerous security measures, from BitLocker to CardSpace to the User Account Control. Here are five security tips .NET developers should keep in mind.

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    Dr. Dobbs' .NET 3.0 Roadshow devoted much attention to Windows Communication Foundation. Here we look at how to manage and secure the message that WCF sends.

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    Windows CardSpace, formerly InfoCard, is Microsoft's next-generation user identity management tool. Here Ed Tittel offers a quick introduction to the technology.

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