On TechEd 2007 Microsoft announced that Visual Studio Orcas will be called Visual Studio 2008 and SQL Server Katmai will be SQL Server 2008.Also a new framework, codenamed Acropolis, for creating rich client applications has CTP 1 available for download.
Microsoft released Server and Client Source code for ASP.NET AJAX 1.0. I can not believe that this piece of art is available for public download. Get it here. Through Galcho’s blog.
Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX framework is now RTM. Congratulations! From the ASP.NET AJAX site: With ASP.NET AJAX, you can: Create next-generation interfaces with reusable AJAX components.Enhance existing Web pages using powerful AJAX controls with support for all modern browsers. Continue using Visual Studio 2005 to take your ASP.NET 2.0 sites to the next level. Access remote […]
It is done. The technical person that I respect the most, John Robbins, finally completed his Debugging Microsoft .NET 2.0 Applications. I am a happy member of the Review Crew of his book. Thanks John for what we’ve learned from you and good luck in your next editions. http://www.wintellect.com/Weblogs/WowItsDone.aspx
In case you did not make it for TechEd 2006 and WinHEC 2006, like me :), here are the links for downloading the presentations. TechEd 2006 presentations WinHEC 2006 presentations
From Somasegar’s blog: The .NET Framework has always been at the core of WinFX, but the WinFX brand didn’t convey this. The WinFX brand helped us introduce the incredible innovations in terms of Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) and the newly christened Windows CardSpace (WCS) formerly known under […]
William Tay has very good comments on WS-ReliableMessaging in WCF. He recently did MSDN Webcast – Acks and NAcks: Why We Need the Principles of TCP/IP Reliability in SOAP. Make sure to watch it if you feel that WCF is on your heart. William, I am sure that the connection problem you had shows how […]
July is the month of WSE and Indigo webcasts. You can find many great speakers in the list below. Go and register now. “The Lifetime of a Message in Windows Communication Foundation”Justin Smith, Wintellect6/1/2006 8:00 AM PSThttp://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/eventdetail.aspx?eventID=1032299306&Culture=en-US “Taking Advantage of TCP/IP Reliability in SOAP”William “Softwaremaker” Tay6/6/2006 8:00 AM PSThttp://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/eventdetail.aspx?eventID=1032299329&Culture=en-US “Extending Windows Communication Foundation”Aaron Skonnard, Pluralsight6/7/2006 […]
When I first started to use the new Dataset designer, the feature that I miss the most is the ability to review the generated .cs (or .vb) code. In VS.NET 2005 this generated file is no longer located in project directory, but rather it is located in some temporary one. The easiest way, which I […]
My very, very first article, Implement a File Transfer Web Service, is now live on Visual Studio Magazine. I am discussing the use of MTOM in WSE 3.0 and various tracing and configuration problems. It a real pleasure to see May’s edition of .NET Insight (a FTPOnline newsletter) to be titled with my article’s name. […]