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Udi Dahan explains how his team identified and overcame unforeseen problems while developing a large-scale software + services trading application.
MSDN Magazine April 2009
A great user experience is more than just a pretty face. In this new column we'll look at some of the subtleties of building great user experiences.
Dr. Charles B. Kreitzberg and Ambrose Little
MSDN Magazine December 2008
In this month's installment, James McCaffrey talks about the qualities and skills he looks for when searching for great software testers.
Dr. James McCaffrey
There is a large body of research on group techniques to determine the best alternative from a set of options. Dr. James McCaffrey outlines five of them.
MSDN Magazine November 2008
This month the Toolbox column takes a look at database logging, Joel Spolsky's blog, printing code projects, and ASP.NET reading.
MSDN Magazine May 2008
Are the transparent computer screens in the movie Minority Report or the flashy fingerprint analysis software programs used on CSI closer than we think? Maybe so.
MSDN Magazine April 2008
James Kovacs explains the dark side of tightly coupled architectures, why they're hard to test and how they limit adaptation. He then proposes a number of solutions.
MSDN Magazine March 2008
Web Service Software Factory: Modeling Edition is a collection of resources for modeling and building Web services for Windows Communication Foundation and ASMX.
Gerardo de Geest and Gerben van Loon
MSDN Magazine Launch 2008
Five years ago, Bill Gates issued a directive to enhance security across the board. Since then, many valuable lessons have been learned about building more secure software.
MSDN Magazine November 2007
The Web Service Software Factory is designed to provide guidance and enhanced tools for building Web services using ASMX or WCF.
MSDN Magazine August 2007
Web Service Software Factory is designed to help you build Web service solutions that follow known architecture and design patterns, as Aaron Skonnard explains here.
MSDN Magazine December 2006
Paradoxes are fun. In this month's column I show you three interesting cases that can occur when you are performing software testing. They're fundamentally mathematical in nature, and they can be a useful addition to your troubleshooting arsenal.
MSDN Magazine December 2005