• Legacy modernization opens Windows for publisher

    Book publisher Simon & Schuster successfully modernizes legacy mainframe systems by porting COBOL applications to Microsoft .NET.

    ITKE56,490 pointsBadges:
  • Cloud Technology Partners adds .NET apps to PaaSLane 2.0

    Cloud Technology Partners' cloud migration tool, PaaSLane, gains the ability to assess .NET apps for cloud readiness in version 2.0.

    Sue Troy275 pointsBadges:
  • What’s new in .NET, WCF 4.5?

    The move to 'lighter is better' is not just a Java trend. A drive to simplify underlies changes to Microsoft's flagship development framework as well.

    Jack Vaughan2,370 pointsBadges:
  • What is a delegate in .NET?

    In .NET, what is a delegate? When would I want to use them? How are they best implemented?

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  • One patch for Active Directory is a doozy

    Of the six July patches, the worst of the bunch are targeted at Active Directory and the .NET Framework.

    SearchSQLServer820 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Developments: Product news, February 2007

    This month's featured .NET development products include an open-source lifecycle tool, a plug-in for bringing .NET apps to Java and an Excel engine for WinForms and ASP.NET apps.

    Beastwood900 pointsBadges:
  • Oracle .NET tools hit the street

    Last week, Oracle Corp. announced availability of Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio .NET. The plug-in tools allow Visual Studio .NET develop to create and deploy Oracle Database 10g applications on Microsoft Windows. These tools could be a significant step in broadening .NET use outside of...

    Jack Vaughan2,370 pointsBadges:
  • If your .NET dashboard needs gauges …

    Those who build applications that must report on real-time measurements could take a look at a set of pre-packaged. NET gauges.

    Etittel2,680 pointsBadges:
  • Elementool taps .NET for Web services strategy

    The provider of hosted project management software rewrote its site in .NET technologies and is beta-testing a Web services interface.

    SearchSOA.com2,715 pointsBadges:
  • Test-driven development in .NET yields complete unit test coverage

    Unit testing has brought around a new way of writing programs: first you write the tests, and then you write code that passes them. The result is more complete unit test coverage and a self-documenting process.

    Etittel2,680 pointsBadges:

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