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March 25, 2009  6:28 PM

How complex the cloud databases?



Posted by: YuvalShavit
Azure, Database development and architecture, Web applications

When Microsoft announced Azure at PDC last October, it was a bit late to the party. Pre-packaged cloud applications like Salesforce.com and Web-based email had been out for a while, but there were also more discrete, developer-centric tools and platforms. One of the most well known cloud...

May 14, 2008  2:32 PM

NET 3.5 SP1 and VS 2008 SP1 beta appears



Posted by: YuvalShavit
Database development and architecture, VS 2008 and .NET 3.5

Microsoft released a beta of .NET 3.5 SP1 and VS 2008 SP1 releases. While devoted in great part to bug fixes, they also include new features, some that have been eagerly awaited. Versions of ADO.NET Entity Framework and the ADO.NET Data Services framework (Astoria) are included.


January 14, 2008  11:09 AM

Beefing up the .NET Developments blog roll



Posted by: Brian Eastwood
.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...

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December 14, 2007  2:14 PM

Julie Lerman on ADO.NET Entity Framework Beta 3, MVC, more



Posted by: YuvalShavit
Database development and architecture, ORM (Object-relational mapping)

SearchWinDevelopment.com's recent story on Entity Frameworks missed some worthwhile commentary by DataFarm's Julie Lerman. When we were pulling that together,


December 14, 2007  11:56 AM

The biggest, baddest list of .NET user groups ever (on this site)



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

The Shameless Plug Dept. would like to call your attention to SearchWinDevelopment.com's .NET User Groups Learning Guide. As you've noticed, we try to avoid promoting in the blog...


December 11, 2007  1:39 PM

ASP.NET 3.5 Extensions — Silverlight, Astoria, the MVC, oh my!



Posted by: Brian Eastwood
ASP.NET, Database development and architecture

Microsoft is taking this season of giving thing pretty seriously. First there was Visual Studio 2008 and

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December 10, 2007  1:10 PM

On Visual Studio and SQL Server 2008



Posted by: Brian Eastwood
Database development and architecture, VS 2008 and .NET 3.5

Two years ago, Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005 were released simultaneously. This time around, as you well know, Visual Studio 2008 is ready now, but SQL Server 2008 will not be out until the end of February. As a result, Soma Somasegar, corporate vice president in Microsoft's Developer,...


December 3, 2007  11:51 AM

Introduce yourself to LinqExtender



Posted by: Brian Eastwood
Database development and architecture, VS 2008 and .NET 3.5

LINQ, the Language Integrated Query, is well known for its ability to query data types like SQL, XML and objects. However, you may not know that LINQ is extensible -- that is, it can be programmed to query data types other than those cited above. For example, there's a

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