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October 30, 2007
There are many compelling reasons to migrate projects from .NET 1.0 and 1.1 to a later version of the .NET Framework. A recent Burton Group report offers advice for developers considering such migrations.
October 28, 2007
A CTO employed IdeaBlade DevForce 3.0 ORM tools in a .NET 2.0 application using C# in order to achieve better abstraction in a software architecture.
July 02, 2007
Some Visual Studio add-ins are quite expensive. But every once in a while, a free add-in comes along that hits the spot. So I've gathered a sampling of the best open-source and no-cost add-ins that are worthy of a place on your tool belt. Once you ...
June 04, 2007
Microsoft spits out such a steady stream of little tools and utilities, they sometimes fall under the radar of all but the most vigilant developers. To make certain you haven't overlooked these helpful developer downloads; I've gathered 10 freebies ...
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Visual Studio 2010 contains a unit testing framework, and I’ll show you how to use it to automate your own unit tests. Continue Reading
Visual Studio’s new Scrum 1.0 template is the perfect process template for agile managers. It combines a simple, flexible, and easy to use interface with powerful reports and work item types to help manage scrum-based projects. Continue Reading
In this article Brian Noyes shows how to use the new features in the Visual Studio 2005 DataSet Designer to create Typed DataSets and Adapters to provide a data access layer for your applications. He then demonstrates how to extend the generated ... Continue Reading