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Dry Wipe Boards and Permanent Markers  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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You may have done this, you may have been 'the one', if not, it will happen one day!

Case 1 So there you are in the boardroom, discussing some concept, plan or code strategy. Someone doesn't quite grasp what you are trying to explain, so you think a quick drawing on the Dry Wipe board will help get the subject matter across. You stand up at the board, pick up the pen, and doodle way.........then it dawns on you, you have used a permanent marker that some fool has left near the board. Pani...

A Simple Approach to Product Activation  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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This article describes an easy approach to keeping track of each installation of an application. The intent of the example is to demonstrate the use of a simple web service to collect and store information about each user and machine running the application....

Send MSMQ Messages Securely Across the Internet with HTTP and SOAP     
Total Hits: 211  |  Today: 0Author: David S. Platt      Rating:  
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When creating a distributed system you frequently need to provide for communication between two entities that are not in sync. Microsoft Message Queue Server (MSMQ) provides the kind of store-and-forward messaging in a pre-built infrastructure that can help you address these kinds of messaging needs. In the past, MSMQ was accessed using a COM wrapper. Now there's a .NET wrapper that lets you accomplish your messaging goals easily from your Framework-based code. To illustrate the use of the wrapp...

.NET Serviced Components     
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Sample chapter 10 from COM and .NET Component Services
NET is the new platform from Microsoft used to build component-based applications, from standalone desktop applications to web-based applications and services. The platform will be available on forthcoming Microsoft operating systems and supported by the next release of Visual Studio, called Visual Studio.NET. In addition to providing a modern object-oriented framework for building distributed applications, .NET also provides sever...

.NET Internationalization: The Developer's Guide to Building Global Windows and Web Applications: Chapter 11 - Custom Cultures     
Total Hits: 444  |  Today: 0Author: Guy Smith-Ferrier      Rating:  
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The CultureInfo class is at the heart of .NET's internationalization solution. In Chapter 6, "Globalization", you saw that in the .NET Framework 2.0, the list of available cultures is a combination of those cultures known to the .NET Framework plus those known to the operating system. In the .NET Framework 1.1, the list of available cultures is simply those known only to the .NET Framework. These cultures are fine if the country/language combination that you need is one of the available cultures...

Professional .NET Framework - Chapter 10 - Working with Data in .NET     
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Data comes in a myriad of forms. Today, virtually anything can be described by data of some kind. In short, data is information and, as we all know, information is power. Any statistic, number, fact, figure, or seemingly unimportant little detail can also be considered data. Data isn't just the bits and bytes that you store in your mammoth data store high in your Ivory Tower, locked away behind an army of IT professionals....

COM and .NET Component Services     
Total Hits: 384  |  Today: 0Author: Juval Löwy      Rating:  
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.NET is the new platform from Microsoft used to build component-based applications, from standalone desktop applications to web-based applications and services. The platform will be available on forthcoming Microsoft operating systems and supported by the next release of Visual Studio, called Visual Studio.NET. In addition to providing a modern object-oriented framework for building distributed applications, .NET also provides several specialized application frameworks. These frameworks include ...

.NET Framework Essentials     
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Web Services allow access to software components through standard web protocols such as HTTP and SMTP. Using the Internet and XML, we can now create software components that communicate with others, regardless of language, platform, or culture. Until now, software developers have progressed toward this goal by adopting proprietary componentized software methodologies, such as DCOM; however, because each vendor provides its own interface protocol, integration of different vendors' components is a...

Book Excerpt: The 19 Deadly Sins of Software Security     
Total Hits: 429  |  Today: 0Author: Michael Howard, David LeBlanc and John Viega      Rating:  
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Each chapter in this book tells you one of the most common programming flaws that leads to a security exploit and how to solve it. Chapter 2 focuses on format string problems. This essential book for all software developers—regardless of platform, language, or type of application—outlines the "19 deadly sins" of software security and shows how to fix each one. Best-selling authors Michael Howard and David LeBlanc, who teach Microsoft employees how to secure code, have partnered with John Viega, ...

Introduction to Windows Forms     
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An introduction to windows forms, from the book 'C# and the .NET Framework'. Windows Forms is the .NET replacement for MFC. Unlike the MFC library, which was a thin(ish) wrapper on the Win32 API, Windows Forms is a totally object-oriented, hierarchical answer to Windows development under .NET....

Coad Series Book “Better Software Faster”   Price: Free / Free Trial  
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In this Coad Series book’s pivotal chapter “The Continuous Step: Measure the Quality,” developers Haywood and Carmichael detail the secret to incorporating quality checks into your development process. How writing unit tests before changing code can make your process more effective, more satisfying, and make life easier. How project managers, architects, and developers can use built-in metrics to monitor progress. How to set reasonable testing limits and know when to release an application....

Introducing Microsoft .NET, ASP.NET(Process Management)     
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A sample chapter. The Web was first used to deliver static pages of text and pictures. Programming a server to do this was relatively easy—just accept the URL identifying the file, fetch the file that it names from the server’s disk, and write that file back to the client. You can do a lot with just this simple architecture. For example, my local art cinema has a small Web site that I can browse to see what’s playing tonight (for example, Happy, Texas, in which two escaped convicts are mistaken for beauty pageant organizers in a small Texas town), learn about coming attractions, and follow lin..Read More..

Introduction to .NET     
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Sample Chapter 11 from COM+ Programming with Visual Basic
COM+ Programming with Visual Basic draws from the author's wide experience as a COM+ developer and instructor. The first part shows you how to create robust, efficient, high-performance COM+ applications. The second focuses on incorporating individual COM+ services, like transaction support, security, and asynchronous operations, into applications. Not for beginners, this book reveals how COM+ really works, as well as how to mak...

Introduction to Office Solutions Using Visual Studio Tools for Office     
Total Hits: 360  |  Today: 0Author: Eric Carter, Eric Lippert.      Rating:  
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This chapter introduces the three basic patterns of Office solutions: an automation executable, an add-in, and code behind a document. The chapter also introduces how to build solutions following these three basic patterns using Visual Studio 2005 and Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Office. Now that you understand the basic pattern of the Office object models, this chapter explains how developers pattern and build their Office solutions....

Applied Microsoft .NET Framework Programming(Common Object Operations)     
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A Sample Chapter. The System.Object type offers a virtual method, named Equals, whose purpose is to return true if two objects have the same "value". The .NET Framework Class Library (FCL) includes many methods, such as System.Array’s IndexOf method and System.Collections.ArrayList’s Contains method, that internally call Equals. Because Equals is defined by Object and because every type is ultimately derived from Object, every instance of every type offers the Equals method. For types that don’t...



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