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May 26, 2009  3:44 PM

Our readership survey is in!

Posted by: YuvalShavit
.NET Programming Languages, ASP.NET, C#, Open source, VB.NET, Visual Studio and the .NET Framework, VS 2005 and .NET 2.0, VS 2008 and .NET 3.5

The vast majority of SearchWinDevelopment.com readers are using modern tools, but a significant number of them are also interested in maintaining legacy applications, according to a readership survey conducted by the site. A preliminary look at the survey reveals that 87% are using Visual Studio...

January 12, 2009  2:44 PM

Mono brings C# to the iPhone, Wii

Posted by: YuvalShavit
C#, Mobile applications

Mono is best known as an open source implementation of .NET, but as we mentioned in our coverage of Mono...

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September 2, 2008  5:14 PM

Iterators, Lambda, and LINQ… Oh My!

Posted by: Brein Matturro
C#, VS 2008 and .NET 3.5

Since the creation of the .Net Framework, Microsoft has kept the concept of "Type Safe" at the forefront of their design goals.  When 1.1 shipped, the framework had a "generic" collection type called an ArrayList that seemed to break this goal.  Microsoft quickly went above and beyond with the...

April 11, 2008  2:45 PM

VC++ gets update, VB6 gets heave

Posted by: YuvalShavit
.NET programming downloads, C#, Visual Basic

Microsoft development honcho Soma Somasegar reports that a Visual C++ 2008 Feature pack has shipped. In January the pack came out in beta. MFC components included in the pack allow developers to create applications with the...

March 24, 2008  10:49 AM

Anonymous Methods – Elegance or Kludge

Posted by: Brein Matturro
C#, General Microsoft news, VS 2005 and .NET 2.0

According to Wikipedia, a kludge (or, alternatively, kluge) is a clumsy or inelegant solution to a problem or difficulty. In engineering, a kludge is a

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February 28, 2008  4:48 PM

VB6 Programmers – What happened to Printer.Print?

Posted by: Brein Matturro
C#, Visual Basic, VS 2002/2003 and .NET 1.0/1.1, VS 2005 and .NET 2.0, WinForms

This post goes out to all you VB geeks that are wondering what happened to Printer.Print in VB.  This may be a dated topic but I have a feeling there are a few out there longing for those VB6 days when the printer was always sitting there loyal and waiting.  The VB6 programmer's best friend. ...

February 19, 2008  12:16 PM

WCF Certificates, by example

Posted by: Brein Matturro
.NET Web services (Windows Communication Foundation), C#

We bought into .NET Remoting early and have quite a few products in place that exploit the .NET Remoting lifestyle. Did I say lifestyle?  Yes. It seems that, once you go remoting, you don't want to go...

February 11, 2008  12:39 PM

TFS to the rescue — almost

Posted by: Brein Matturro
Architecture and the SDLC, C#, Visual Basic, VS 2005 and .NET 2.0

(Editor's note: This is the first blog post by Christopher Yager, who will be writing on the .NET Developments blog from time to time. Yager is chief software architect at GLD Solutions Inc. and is currently using .NET...

January 29, 2008  11:03 AM

Lang.NET shows Iron Python with Robotics Studio, JScript on DLR

Posted by: YuvalShavit
ASP.NET, C#, Dynamic Languages, Silverlight

Microsoft's Lang.NET Symposium 2008 got up and running yesterday. C# father Anders Hejlsberg talked about C# 3.0 features, IronPython guru Hugunin discussed the Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR) and IronPython, and Pratap Lakshman from the...

January 11, 2008  12:55 PM

MFC library updates for Visual C++

Posted by: YuvalShavit

A recent downloadable Visual C++ 2008 feature pack beta has power tools covering both the client and server sides of things. The VC++ 2008 MFC libraries...

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