Just about any .NET and Java applications can be integrated these days with a little bit of hacking by the experts at JNBridge. Their solution basically takes care of the black magic associated with having a deeper, more reliable Java-.NET interop solution. Today they added another first in the world of .NET - Java interop.
Chances are you’ve used your password somewhere else before and guess what that means? Yep, suddenly you start tweeting about Acai berries.
Is it true that if someone out there doesn’t hate your product, it’s probably not worth using? Let's explore the idea of trying to please everyone with your software products.
I'm evaluating .NET-related technologies for the purpose of my latest project (desktop application for processing radiological and pathological images). Today I played with MS Unity and Ninject. I think Spring.NET wins though...
Visual Studio 11 Consumer Preview enables creating Metro styled applications using C++ which is great news for any native developer. Let’s create a simple Metro application.
In C# 4.0 we can create a Tuple with the Create method. This Create method offers 8 overloads like the following. So you can group a maximum of 8 data types with a Tuple. Followings are overloads of a data type.
What I'll show you below, is the problem that GitHub had, how this can also occur in a hypothetical situation in ASP.Net MVC, and what you can do about it.
One of the differences between amateur and professional software development is whether you’re writing software for yourself or for someone else. It’s like the difference between keeping a journal and being a journalist.
This is a follow up to confused readers... This should give you a better understanding of my file sharing application in C#.
Last one week has been a Download week with the other releases of Windows 8 Release Preview and Windows Server 2012 Release Candidate build too being available for download.
A classic post from Alan Skorkin. Reminds me of some of the points brought up by in the 501 Developer Manifesto.
This book represents a “first look” based on the public beta release of Windows Server 2012 and is intended to help IT professionals familiarize themselves with the capabilities of the new platform.
I like the simplicity of creating enumerations with iterator blocks through yield return. Even though I regularly do it, I was bitten by a nasty bug a few weeks ago and it was entirely my own fault.
I just wanted to make a short post about some very exciting news, Visual Studio 2012! Visual Studio 2012 RC was just released and can be downloaded together with .NET 4.5!
Den demonstrates that with the release of the Windows 8 App Store, the download API is more secure and prevents third-party tampering with it by using unique tokens.
Den Delimarsky analyzes some of the Windows 8 open HTTP APIs that allow developers to aggregate information about various Xbox Live feeds.
Here is a comparing of the Task creation performance in .NET 4 and .NET 4.5.
A quick guide to a new way of switching annoying menus in Visual Studio 2012.
Dror Helper summarizes the releases that happened in the .NET world during the month of May 2012: release of NDepend 4, SharpDevelop 4.2 and GitHub for Windows.
Jeremy Likness announces his new book - Designing Windows 8 Metro Applications with C# and XAML, that guides developers on how to write Windows 8 applications using the new WinRT core.
Windows 8 includes some essential and great components to help building top notch media apps. The purpose of MPPF is primarily aimed at providing the fundamentals and low level support for playing audio and video.
Although Surface devices are not massively adopted yet, it is already possible for developers to create applications using the available SDK. Doug Rathbone shows how to create a basic image and video viewer for the platform.
Martin Hinshelwood shows how to install TFS 2012 on Microsoft Windows Server 2012 coupled with an instance of Microsoft SQL Server 2012.
Martin Hinshelwood shows how to install Visual Studio 2010 in Windows 8, in a Hyper-V powered development environment.
The next release of Windows Server, Windows Server 2012, will offer businesses and hosting providers a scalable, dynamic, and multitenant-aware, cloud-optimized infrastructure.