Posts Tagged ‘.NET’

Microsoft Mix 2010 Day 1 Keynote – Windows Phone 7 Series Development with Silverlight and XNA

No big secrets here but lots of good news for developers this morning. Microsoft is demoing Windows Phone 7 Series development using Silverlight and XNA with developers having access to : accelerometer – ScottGu’s funny little demo of this with a bobble head marionette Steve Ballmer looked like the accelerometer is very responsive Microsoft Location […]

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C# 4, ASP.NET 4, WPF 4, and VB 2010 Sample Preview Chapters

Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4 are coming soon and the Wrox editors and authors have been busy working on a big wave of books for this important new release. Many of the books are available now (with more on the way) and we’ve got some sample chapters ready for you to preview. Professional C# […]

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Free C# Legacy Chapters

Last week when I posted the free preview samples from several Visual Studio and .NET 4 books I talked about several C# chapters that we’ll be providing free. These are chapters from Professional C# that we decided were "legacy" in this version. These chapters cover topics that no longer have enough new going on with […]

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.NET Remoting

Chapter 54: .NET Remoting What’s In This Chapter? An overview of .NET Remoting Contexts, which are used to group objects with similar execution requirements Implementing a simple remote object, client, and server The .NET Remoting architecture .NET Remoting configuration files Hosting .NET Remoting objects in ASP.NET Using Soapsuds to access the metadata of remote objects […]

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Managed Add-In Framework

Chapter 50: Managed Add-In Framework What’s In This Chapter? Architecture of the Managed Add-In Framework Defining a Contract Implementing a Pipeline Creating Add-Ins Hosting Add-Ins This chapter describes in detail the Managed Add-In Framework (MAF) architecture and how to create add-ins and host add-ins using MAF. You can read about the architecture of MAF and […]

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What Are Enterprise Architecture and Enterprise Development?

What Is Enterprise Architecture? Enterprise architecture is typically used to describe an agency-wide or organization-wide framework for portraying and incorporating the business processes, information flows, systems, applications, data, and infrastructure to effectively and efficiently support the organization’s needs. At the heart of this definition lies a very broad context aimed at including many different portions […]

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Script Task (.NET) in SQL Server 2008 Integration Services (SSIS)

Excerpt from chapter 3, SSIS Tasks of the Wrox book Professional Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Integration Services By Brian Knight, Erik Veerman, Grant Dickinson, Douglas Hinson, Darren Herbold   The Script Task allows you to access the Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for Applications (VSTA) environment to write and execute scripts using the VB and C# […]

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Transactions in WCF and .NET

Excerpt from Professional WCF Programming: .NET Development with the Windows Communication Foundation by Scott Klein A transaction is a collection or group of one or more units of operation executed as a whole. Another way to say it is that transactions provide a way to logically group single pieces of work and execute them as […]

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