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Building the MSDN Aggregation System  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Have you visited msdn2.microsoft.com? It’s the new online face of the MSDN® Developer Tools and Enterprise Server documentation. The infrastructure behind it includes a system developed by my team at Microsoft for aggregating information related to our content. By the time you read this, we expect that all of msdn.microsoft.com will have migrated to our new system and the msdn2 name will have been retired....

MSDN Webcast: Design Patterns for GUI Applications (Part 2 of 15) (Level 300)     
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This is the second webcast in our series on architecting desktop applications with the Microsoft .NET Framework. We focus on common design patterns for sophisticated graphical user interface-based applications, including the Model-View-Controller pattern and the User Interface Process block from Microsoft....

MSDN Webcast: Designing the Business Tier (Part 5 of 15) (Level 300)     
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This is the fifth webcast in our series on architecting desktop applications with the Microsoft .NET Framework. This webcast focuses on designing the business tier, including discussions of tools such as Component-based, Scalable, Logical Architecture.NET, an open-source programming framework, and Object Role Modeling, which eases the burden of creating fully object-oriented business tiers....

MSDN Webcast: Developing Rules Driven Workflows (Level 300)     
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Rules can be a powerful business tool when combined with workflow. In this session, learn how to develop more advanced activities that support the modeling of rich business behavior such as human workflow. Understand when to use rules for business logic, and see how rule policies allow for the description of sophisticated behavior in an integrated and flexible way. This session gives you an interesting insight into the power of using workflow at the core of a line of business application. Presen...

MSDN Webcast: Security Best Practices: Protecting Your Intellectual Property (Level 200)     
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Your assemblies contain your genius, and the unique intellectual property that is hidden in your source code might not be as safe as you think. This webcast walks you though the tools and technologies that help you prevent hackers from stealing your hard work and the intellectual property your organization has invested in. Presenter: Joe Stagner, MSDN Developer Community Champion, Microsoft Corporation...

Designing URLs for MSDN2  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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This is the first installment of a new column about MSDN® projects: what we're doing, how we're doing it, and what we're learning along the way. It will be written by MSDN staff with the goal of sharing the team's experiences in solving the real-world business problems MSDN faces. This first installment introduces the URL model we implemented in the alpha release of the MSDN/TechNet Publishing System (MTPS), the new online infrastructure we launched in September 2004 to support MSDN2 (msdn2.mic...

Building the MSDN Aggregation System     
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Have you visited msdn2.microsoft.com? It’s the new online face of the MSDN® Developer Tools and Enterprise Server documentation. The infrastructure behind it includes a system developed by my team at Microsoft for aggregating information related to our content. By the time you read this, we expect that all of msdn.microsoft.com will have migrated to our new system and the msdn2 name will have been retired.
When my team set out to build our content aggregation system, we worked toward several ...

Consuming MSDN Web Services     
Total Hits: 88  |  Today: 0Author: Craig Andera      Rating:  
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About three years ago, Microsoft rewrote the MSDN site from the ground up, developing the MSDN/TechNet Publishing System (MTPS). The new site, called MSDN2 (msdn2.microsoft.com), boasts some important enhancements made possible by MTPS, including improved performance, scalability, and usability. You can read more about this in the February 2005 edition of this column (msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/05/02/InsideMSDN).
But from the very beginning, we on the MSDN® team had more in mind for MT...

MSDN Webcast: The MSDN Subscription Evolution     
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In conjunction with the release of Microsoft Visual Studio 2005, Microsoft is launching a new line of MSDN Subscription levels, as well as revising several existing subscription levels and enhancing the subscription benefit and administration tools. In this webcast, learn what each of the new subscription levels has to offer, as well as the transition paths for existing subscribers. The presentation also includes a preview of the new tools available to Volume License customers for managing subsc...

SOAP: Service-Oriented Architecture and Programming, Pt. 1     
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Don Box waxes poetic on the objective and subjective conjoining of software components and services....

Visual Studio 2005 Team System: Web Cast     
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Are you interested in building robust and reliable, mission-critical applications? From architecture through development and testing, the integrated tools in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System enable you to be more productive throughout the stages of application development. To learn more about Visual Studio 2005 Team System and how it can improve the application development process, register for this series of webcasts now....

MSDN TV: Indigo Security in a Nutshell     
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Watch Doug Purdy provide an overview of the Indigo Security Programming Model....

ML and ML64 Command-Line Reference  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Assembles and links one or more assembly-language source files. The command-line options are case sensitive.

For more information on ml64.exe, see MASM for x64 (ml64.exe)....

Working with Medium Trust in ASP.NET     
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ASP.NET 1.1 introduced a new security feature enabling developers and admins to create and configure a security "sandbox" for ASP.NET code. Stefan Schackow discusses security restrictions with trust levels and demos the medium trust policy config file and runtime effect of trust levels on page code....

MSDN Webcast: Extending BizTalk Solutions to IBM Systems Using Host Integration Server 2004 (Level 200)     
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More organizations are using Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004 to integrate and orchestrate composite solutions that span multiple systems and applications. Find out how to connect BizTalk to your existing line-of-business programs and data on IBM mainframe zSeries and midrange iSeries computers. Microsoft Host Integration Server 2004 offers efficient development tools and native runtime protocol engines that allow you to integrate your IBM heritage programs and data stores with BizTalk solutions, p...

Generic APIs in the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0     
Total Hits: 255  |  Today: 0Author: Krzysztof Cwalina      Rating:  
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This episode provides an overview of the main Generic APIs, including collections in the new namespace System.Collections.Generic....



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