.NET Developments

Jan 14 2008   11:09AM GMT

Beefing up the .NET Developments blog roll



Posted by: Brian Eastwood
Tags:
.NET Programming Languages
Architecture and the SDLC
Client applications
Database development and architecture
Web applications

One of the things we’ve been meaning to do for quite some time now is beef up our blog roll. We started by featuring four blogs — WPF Reflections, Custom Application Development: Buy, Build or Ignore?, SOA Talk and the ITKE Community Blog — but realized it certainly doesn’t hurt to add more. So, without further ado, here’s a little bit ’bout the blogs we have recently added.

Scott Guthrie — He’s responsible for Microsoft’s myriad of Web application development endeavors, including ASP.NET, IIS and Silverlight, he writes several posts a week, he answers just about all the questions readers ask, and he offers lots of downloads. ‘Nuff said.

Sara Ford — This blogger posts a daily tip to make life a little easier for those who spend several hours a day inside Visual Studio.

Visual Basic Team — This is the official blog for Microsoft’s Visual Basic development team. The group frequently points to tutorial videos, code samples and other resources. LINQ, not surprisingly, has been a big topic as of late.

Oren Eini — This Israeli developer, who goes by the blog name Ayende Rahein and is the author of Rhino Mocks, writes two or three times a day about programming methodologies, open-source tools for .NET and scads of other relevant topics.

Are there any .NET blogs you visit on a frequent basis? Do they fit into one of the many topics in the list at left? Let us know and we’ll add them to the blog roll forthwith.

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