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MSDN Magazine January 2009
This month we take a look at FxCop and other tools that enforce your design rules, along with jQuery.
MSDN Magazine December 2008
This month Scott looks at improving development skills, writing regular expressions, a web scheduling control and a SQL tips blog.
MSDN Magazine November 2008
This month Scott shows how to generate realistic test data, visits Dare Obasanjo's blog, and demonstrates color coding code for better readability.
MSDN Magazine October 2008
Serialize and Deserialize Fixed Length and Delimited Files, Scott Allen's blog, inspecting Web Pages, and more.
MSDN Magazine August 2008
Host a wiki the easy way, get the screen shots you need and mark them up, and read about LINQ this month in Toolbox.
MSDN Magazine July 2008
Many developers wish there was a language that was easy to write, read, and maintain like Visual Basic, but that still provided the power and flexibility of C++. For those developers, the new C# language is here. Microsoft has built C# with type-safety, garbage collection, simplified type declarations, versioning and scalability support, and lots of other features that make developing solutions faster and easier, especially for COM+ and Web Services. This article gives you a first look at C#, a language you are going to be hearing lots more about in the very near future.
MSDN Magazine September 2000
I want know why ASP.NET has not a free super blog service like WordPress in PHP ??
Microsoft for persuasion of begginers of web developing should make analog WordPress.
I am advocate of ASP.NET, but i dont know why in ASP.NET all thing is by money.
Be assured if WordPress was powered by ASP.NET (not PHP), also forums and other CMS like PHP Nuke, now major of web developers work ASP.NET and PHP developers was scrimp.
whatever ASP.NET developers be more, growth of ASP.NET is more.