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Telerik, a leading vendor of development tools and user interface components for .NET, today introduced TFS Work Item Manager (Beta)and TFS Project Dashboard (Beta), a new class of developer workload and resource management applications built with RadControls for WPF by Imaginet Resour...
DevExpress.com is proud to announce the immediate availability of DXperience v2009 vol 2 – award winning and feature-complete Presentation Components, Reporting Controls, IDE Productivity Tools, and Business Application Frameworks for Visual Studio 2008/2010. With DXperience v2009 vol ...
Nevron has announced the immediate availability of the new major version release (2009 Vol.2) of Nevron SSRS Vision suite – the leading Data Visualization suite for SQL Server Reporting Services 2005 and 2008. In 2009 Vol.2 we have introduced many improvements in the Chart for SS...
I have been a big fan of the Dummies book series for the last 8 years. I can still remember the day when I picked up my first dummies book from a local book shop. I recently came to know that Ken Cox has been involved in writing a dummies title for ASP.NET 3.5 and [...]
Mike Murach & Associates has just published a new book entitled Murach’s JavaScript and DOM Scripting. This book is written for developers who want to know how to use JavaScript and DOM scripting to create websites that deliver the fast response times, dynamic user interfaces...
Telligent is pleased to announce the availability of Telligent Analytics 3.0 (previously called Harvest Reporting Server). The latest version of Telligent’s analytics software represents the company’s ongoing commitment to innovation and enterprise collaboration. Telligent...
Recently, Jacob Sebastian, SQL Server MVP (http://beyondrelational.com) had a chance to interview Pinalkumar Dave, SQL Server MVP (http://blog.sqlauthority.com) and a prominent authority on SQL servers. In a hour long friendly conversation with Jacob, Pinal brings forward a lot of inte...
Imagine that you have completed a degree course and waiting for a job. Spending alone at home. Don’t waste your time. You can spend your spare moments by visiting various websites which will ultimately expose you to the outside world.
Imagine that you have completed a degree course and waiting for a job. Spending alone at home. Don’t waste your time. You can spend your spare moments by visiting various websites which will ultimately expose you to the outside world. Linkedin It is a popular site to record you...
Microsoft’s .NET SDK ships with a command line compiler called csc.exe. It can be executed from within the DOS prompt. In this article, I will show you how to build a simple C# program using this compiler with Notepad as the editor. Open your editor and enter the code as given in list...
Once you have installed a C# compiler, the next process is to choose an editor to enter source codes. There are different types of editors such as Notepad and Visual C#. In addition to these two, many third party vendors have also developed editors for programming with C#. This FAQ bri...
If you’re looking to take full advantage of multi-core processors with concurrent programming, The Art of Concurrency (O’Reilly, US $44.99), by Clay Breshears, provides the knowledge and hands-on experience you need. The book is one of the few resources that focuses on impl...
First of all, you need to install a C# compiler. You can either use a command line compiler available from Microsoft or third party compiler kit developed by Mono. Microsoft’s C# compiler is widely used by many developers as the Mono compiler kit is not yet fully developed. In ad...
You will need to work with more than one form while developing Windows based applications in C#. In this code snippet, Anand examines the steps required using Visual C# 2008. No related posts.
Identifiers are the names given to classes, methods, variables and interfaces. It must be a whole word and starts with either an alphabet or an underscore. They are case sensitive. The main point you should bear in mind is that the names should not clash with C# keywords. Some programm...
The first major requirement is that you should require a system running either Windows 2000 Professional or Windows XP Professional or Windows 2003/2008 Server. Windows XP Home Edition doesn’t provide support for .NET. It is not recommended to work with C# on Windows 98 systems a...
As I explained in a previous FAQ, namespaces are placed at the top of the .NET hierarchy. Namespaces are nothing but group of classes or types or assemblies. Each of these classes contains lot of methods. Basically, namespaces are treated as containers for all classes and are classifie...