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7 secrets for delivering successful software projects     
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Folks in software development often discuss reasons for project failures, why it didn't finish by the deadline, why the quality of the deliverables wasn't great, so on and so forth. In this article I will be sharing some thoughts which may or may not be part of any fancy software development methodology. It is just pure experience. And also please bear with my English :-)....

Who Called the Script?, Concatenating Binary Files, and More     
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Is there a way to determine from which part of an HTML document a script was called, by getting, say, the ID of an element? Yes, there is. Take a look at the example in Figure 1. There are two buttons, each of which have script code that calls into a function named MyFunction. Inside of MyFunction is event.srcElement, which retrieves the particular element that triggered the initial event. Once you have this, you can get the caller's ID....

New VSTO Features Help You Customize Word And Outlook     
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The 2007 Microsoft® Office system has evolved into a robust business application platform that you can use to build and deploy a range of Office Business Applications (OBAs). OBAs are an emerging class of applications that address real-world and critical business problems. You can build them by seamlessly integrating existing Office software and services (Microsoft Office Word, Excel® Services and SharePoint® Server) with line-of-business (LOB) systems such as SAP....

MSDN Webcast: Turning Tiers into Components (Part 8 of 15) (Level 300)     
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In this eighth webcast in our series on Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 desktop application architecture, we focus on the design and creation of .NET components. Strong naming, versioning, and the notion of pluggable components are just a few of the topics that we cover in this webcast....

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: Designing the Data Access Tier (Part 6 of 15) (Level 300)     
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This sixth session in our series on designing desktop applications with the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 discusses the design of the Data Access tier. We cover the Microsoft patterns & practices Data Access Application Block, and discuss new features in Microsoft ADO.NET 2.0. We look at how to use Object Role Modeling tools to create data access tiers automatically....

MSDN Webcast: Smart Clients and N-tier Design (Part 1 of 15) (Level 300)     
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This is the first webcast in the series entitled "Architecting Modern Desktop Applications in .NET", appropriate for the intermediate or advanced Microsoft Visual Studio .NET developer. This webcast discusses the concepts of smart client development, and the appropriate N-tier design for such applications....

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: Creating Dynamic and Configurable Applications (Part 3 of 15) (Level 300)     
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This is the third webcast in our series on designing desktop applications with the Microsoft .NET Framework. This webcast focuses on the architecture and design of dynamic and configurable applications. Topics include proper use of .NET configuration files, storing connection strings and user settings, the Microsoft patterns & practices Enterprise Library Configuration Application Block, and building applications whose user interface is dynamically configurable....

MSDN Webcast: Architecting a Secure Desktop Application (Part 4 of 15) (Level 300)     
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This is the fourth webcast in our series on architecting desktop applications with the Microsoft .NET Framework. This webcast focuses on the major issues, various solutions, and trade-offs involved in designing secure desktop applications. Topics include authentication, authorization, securing configuration and user settings, and the Microsoft patterns & practices Enterprise Library Security Application Block ....

MSDN Webcast: Tools and Techniques for Upgrading Visual Basic 6.0 Applications (Level 200     
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This webcast in the "Visual Basic 2005 Today" series explores the what, why, and when of migrating from Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 to Visual Basic 2005. We introduce and explain the migration decision matrix and present migration strategies from a high-level perspective. This session is a prerequisite for the two demonstration-based sessions to follow, covering Visual Basic Fusion (interoperability) and Visual Basic Migration....

MSDN Webcast: Tools and Add-ins for Visual Basic Migration (Level 200)     
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In this webcast from the "Visual Basic 2005 Today" series, migration is the word of the day. Join us for a look at the Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 Code Advisor, an add-in that is designed to help you prepare your application for a smooth migration to Visual Basic .NET. We also cover the Visual Basic Upgrade Wizard and Visual Basic Code Snippet upgrade tools, for migrating applications and snippets, respectively....

Support WebCast: Changes for Microsoft Visual C++ in Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003     
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This Support WebCast session will provide an overview of all the features that will be introduced in Microsoft Visual C++ with the release of Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003. It will mainly focus on the changes in the C++ compiler to make it ISO standard conformant, but will also talk about Windows Forms designer for Managed Extensions for C++. This is a Level 100 session that was recorded March 20, 2003, and presented by Bhavik Shah. Bhavik Shah joined Microsoft in July 2001 and has worked fo...

MSDN Webcast: Security Best Practices: User Input Validation (Level 200)     
Total Hits: 251  |  Today: 0Author: Joe Stagner      Rating:  
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User input is the largest single source of malicious activity against your application. In this webcast we address best practices for filtering your user input and assuring only intended input is allowed to enter your application. We review validation controls, regular expressions, strong typing and more....

MSDN Webcast: Using Secure Coding Best Practices (Level 200)     
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Help protect your applications against the most common attacks by learning how to code defensively. Any user input might be malicious, and your application must carefully examine it and accept only valid requests. This webcast explains how write code that is ready when attackers intentionally submit invalid data. When that happens, the application should display friendly error messages to end users, including the attackers, without revealing information about itself or the server. Join this webc...

MSDN Webcast: Extending Workflow Capabilities with Custom Activities (Part 6 of 7) (Level 300)     
Total Hits: 251  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Events      Rating:  
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It is helpful to think of activities as controls within a workflow, similar to controls used with Microsoft ASP.NET Pages or Microsoft Windows Forms. You can use activities to encapsulate execution logic, communicate with the host and decompose a workflow into reusable components. This session examines the simple process of creating custom activities. If you want to expose activities to other developers designing workflows, you are likely to find this session valuable....

MSDN Webcast: Developing Rules Driven Workflows (Part 7 of 7) (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....

Support WebCast: Moving Applications from Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 to Microsoft Visual Studio .NET     
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April 5, 2002

In this session we will discuss how you can upgrade your Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 applications to Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. We will cover the process of bringing your Visual C++ 6.0 application forward to Visual Studio .NET; compatibility issues; and new features in Visual Studio .NET, like XML Web Services, and how you can incorporate these features into your existing applications....

Support WebCast: Working in the Microsoft Visual Studio .NET IDE     
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April 24, 2002

In this session, we will discuss how to take full advantage of the Visual Studio .NET integrated development environment (IDE) features you can use to maximize your productivity while developing C++ software....

Support WebCast: Developing Components and Controls with Microsoft Visual Studio .NET     
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October 12, 2001

In this session, we will discuss how to develop designable .NET components and Windows controls with Visual Studio .NET. These components and controls, written in managed code and built on the common language runtime, provide developers with a great new mix of development ease similar to that of Microsoft Visual Basic. In addition, they deliver the power of lower-level programming that is more commonly associated with ATL or MFC. The rich facilities, especially des...



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