Itamar Syn-hershko explains how to fine-tune the source check-in process to include NuGet packages and avoid the delay times connected to package updates.
Christophe Geers continues his series on accessing hardware directly through the WPD API.
I’m a huge fan of Windows 7. It’s the first time I’ve ever run a Microsoft OS on my primary (home) machine. I’ve compiled a set of programs that I have found to be invaluable in using Windows for serious development and computing. All are free and clean of any ads or spyware.
Have you ever wondered if you can access your Kindle from a .NET application? Wonder no more, because you can. This article describes how to do it.
Microsoft just announced three editions that will be marking the release of Windows 8. Greg Duncan references the official Microsoft announcement in this post.
If you have to rewrite something later because the tool wasn’t right for the job, or any other reason that comes down to your previous attempts at gaining productivity then it may be that your shooting yourself in the foot.
Toni Petrina describes an OData access layer for a TFS instance, specifically targeting the creation and update procedures for various work items.
Michael wrote an article that demonstrates how it is possible to access the computer filesystem from a WinRT application - compared to "desktop" .NET, the methodology has changed.
Recently Microsoft announced the fact that they are creating a separate subsidiary to focus on open-source projects and development. Find out more about it inside.
Pieter Derycke talks about caching mechanisms in the context of a simple WCF service.
Yesterday, Microsoft announced that they're in the works of forming a new subsidiary by shifting some of their Interoperability Strategy team to a new group, aptly named: Microsoft Open Source Technologies, Inc.
Alexander showcases a new application that is used to aggregate ASP.NET articles and publications on a user's smarphone.
Erik Jensen explains how to use LINQ-to-SQL with SQL Server Compact - a non-standard scenario that is usually overlooked by .NET developers.
Visual Studio 11 Beta has an update available, and if you are a Windows 8 developer, you should download it to fix some performance and workflow issues.
Dror Helper describes the test creation and optimization process with Typemock's Isolator (www.typemock.com/isolator-product-page) framework for .NET.
Robert Maclean provides a presentation covering the basics of Windows 8 application development for .NET programmers.
Recently I was working with a project where I was in need to format a number in such a way which can apply leading zero for particular format. So after doing such R and D I have found a great way to apply this leading zero format.
Lohith Nagaraj talks about data storage using the PowerPivot database and accessing that data via the Open Data Protocol.
Anders Abel shows how it is possible to use the dynamic keyword in C# when working with overloading methods.
Super-brief conditionals? Yes, of course! And yes, C#'s neat ternary operator is pretty well known. But VB.NET can do it too -- here's how.
Yaron Naveh discusses the new additions to the open-source WCF service stack, that are now available on CodePlex.
Jeremy Likness was selected to present at the CodeStock 2012 event. In this article he outlines his talks and invites readers to join him for the sessions.
Mayhem is a scripting tool formerly developed by Microsoft, which has now been open sourced and donated to the Outercurve foundation. Ayobami shows how to use it to connect various events to their reactions.
This article shows how to install the required toolset for ASP.NET MVC4 and develop a simple MVC4 application using Visual Studio 2010.
Jalpesh Vadgama shows how to create a dynamic breadcrumb using the MvcSiteMapProvider plugin instead of using separate ActionLink instances.