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Steve Lipner’s presentation will introduce a predictive metric that Microsoft has applied to the development of new software products. The metric gives developers an understanding of the quality of their products’ security before the products are released and exposed to hostile attack.
The Visual Studio Debugger provides a slew of features that make the task of debugging both easier and more efficient. Learn about time-saving tips and tricks for all versions of the Visual Studio Debugger, including the new debugger features in Visual Studio 2010. Hear about the new mixed-mode debugging feature, the breakpoints window enhancements, the new WPF visualizers, and a number of other features. Also learn about thread debugging enhancements, new features for making stepping into properties easier, and more. Join us as we crack open the toolbox and walk …
The “Oslo” modeling language can define schemas and transformations over arbitrary text formats. This session shows you how to build your own Domain Specific Language using the “Oslo” SDK and how to apply your DSL to create an interactive text editing experience.
Language Architect, Paul Vick, discusses “M Grammar,” the “Oslo” modeling language in detail. Gain a 360 degree view of how “M” helps people create and use textual domain-specific languages and data models.
David Langworthy and Jeff Pinkston discuss practical steps for getting started with “M”.
Paul Vick provides an overview of “Oslo”– the tool, the language, and the relational repository. Learn what it is, how it works, and why it matters.
Eric Nelson discusses how developers can use their favorite programming language hosted on a Windows web server. Eric provides an architectural deep dive into the internals of IIS and the .NET Framework 3.5 with a goal of reducing the lines of code in web applications.
Eric Nelson has worked at Microsoft UK for twelve years and before joining worked exclusively as a Unix developer writing code in C and other 4GLs. He currently works in Microsoft’s partner group and focuses on working with Independent Software Vendors. You can find his blog …
I recently sat down with James Whittaker who is a Principal Program Manager Architect on the Visual Studio Team System Test Edition team. James is tasked with helping to shape the next wave of testing tools coming out of the Visual Studio Team System family of products. And since software testing is one of the major “pillars” of for the “Rosario” release of Team System, James has been hard at work. James isn’t able to comment on specific features of Rosario just yet, but instead we got his insights about …
This introductory video covers the main features of the Visual C# 2008 Express Edition, and walks you through some of the most common tasks youâ€™ll be doing as you create your programs. By the end of this video, youâ€™ll be more familiar with the development environment and able to get started creating your first application.
Some of the topics covered in this video are:
Creating a Project
The Windows Form Designer
Writing C# code
Compiling, Running and Saving your project
Errors and Debugging
Project Files, Properties and Customization
Where to go from here
Watch this …
While at Microsoft TechEd 2008, James and I had the chance to talk with Brian Goldfarb about Silverlight. We start out discussing the new features, libraries, and other parts of the upcoming Silverlight 2.0 (now in beta).
James then asks Brian about the Deep Zoom demo’s we’d seen earlier, which leads us into a discussion about using Deep Zoom for document management, or, at least, digital asset management.
We then talk about the availability of Silverlight. The current beta may be used in production – as …