October 25, 2016
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Python Study Guide: Installing Python
Python is the third most commonly used language on GitHub. You should be learning it.
Tags : .NET, Libraries, scripting language, github, JIT, object-oriented programming, Python Interactive Interpreter
Top Open Source Content Management Systems
Compare some of the popular open source CMS systems, namely DNN and Umbraco for .NET, and WordPress and Drupal for PHP.
Tags : CSS, .NET, PHP, JavaScript, CMS, content management system, Drupal, Wordpress, MVC, HTML 5, APIs, DNN, Umbraco
Developing Mobile Applications in .NET with Xamarin
Learn how to develop cross-platform applications with Xamarin and Visual Studio.
Tags : .NET, XML, Android, Visual Studio, Windows 7, mobile applications, Xamarin, Android SDK, Xamarin.Mobile, mobile application platforms, AXML
Using the Media Services SDK in Real-World Applications
Vipul Patel walks cloud developers through examples of using the Media Services client SDK with real-world examples.
Tags : Java, .NET, Cloud, SDK, Azure Media Services
Top 10 Tips for C# Programmers
Arun Karthick shares his top 10 tips for C# programmers. Each section provides appropriate source code samples in C#.
Tags : .NET, Top 10, C#, C# DEVELOPER
Self-Hosting an ASP.NET Web API
ASP.NET Web API can be hosted in a separate host process. Learn how to self-host a Web API and how to consume it using a client application in this step-by-step how-to.
Tags : .NET, ASP.NET, Web API, Windows Forms
Overview of OWIN and Katana
Learn what OWIN and Katana are and how they fit into the whole web development picture for ASP.NET developers.
Tags : .NET, ASP.NET
Functional Programming - An insight
In functional programming there are no states, no variables, no for each loop, things are immutable, etc. Read on to get an essence of functional programming with the help of few F# source code samples.
Tags : .NET, F#, Functional programming, functions
How to Capture Code Coverage for Windows Azure Service Using VSTS
Code coverage is a way to measure what percentage of the source code of a program has been tested. Read on to learn how code coverage can help to improve the overall quality of a program and how to leverage Microsoft VSTS to get code coverage for Windows Azure Service and .Net.
Tags : .NET, Microsoft, Windows Azure, code coverage
Indexes for Big Data - Map/Reduce Explained
Learn how to leverage the magic of Map/Reduce to make your NoSQL data in Couchbase searchable!
Tags : .NET, NoSQL, database, Couchbase, MAP
Introducing Couchbase: NoSQL for Windows
Scale your application to the sky with the high performance NoSQL Couchbase!
Tags : .NET, NoSQL, Windows, Microsoft, Couchbase
Cloudy with a Chance of .NET
If you're looking for a strategy to follow to cloud enlightenment; you're reading the right article. Developers are in a unique position to educate and to capitalize on cloud opportunities.
Tags : .NET, Cloud, Azure, datacenter
Microsoft Azure Storage with .NET from 0 to 60
.NET developers cannot ignore Microsoft Azure. June 2012 changes brought Virtual Machines, Virtual Networks, performance upgrades, and significant cost reductions. As more Azure features unfold, some developers will soon be forced to justify "why not Azure" rather than "why Azure". Clearly .NET developers need to get acquainted with Azure.
Tags : .NET, Cloud, Microsoft, Azure, Storage, MICROSOFT AZURE PLATFORM
Developer Downloads of Visual Studio 2012 and .NET 4.5 Available August 15
Microsoft will give devs access to its new programming tools the same day it makes Windows 8 available.
Tags : .NET, Microsoft, Visual Studio, Windows 8, application development, Metro
.NET Development (Mono) for Android
The recent release of Mono for Android 4.2 brings with it new support for building a user interface (UI) in the form of the Xamarin Designer. Paul Ferrill reviews both MonoDevelop and Visual Studio 2010 on 32- and 64-bit Windows 7.
Tags : .NET, Android, mobile, Mono
Employers Can't Find Enough .NET Developers
Job postings for .NET developers are growing faster than total job postings.
Tags : .NET, jobs
Working with Protobuf Services in .NET
Take advantage of Google's Protobuf-net to create services that are high performance. Protocol buffers from Google is a binary serialization format that is used for data communication. Protocol Buffer is a very efficient hypermedia type that can be used with RESTful services. Protobuf-net is a .NET implementation of Protocol Buffers that you can use to serialize your .NET objects seamlessly. This article takes a look at Protobuf Objects and how they can be used in .NET.
Tags : .NET, tutorial, Protocol Buffers, Protobuf, Protobuf Objects
New Refactor Software Architecture Tool for Java and .NET Developers
Headway Software announces the release of Restructure101, a new development tool to make refactoring easier and more effective.
Tags : Java, .NET, architecture
Salesforce Integration with .Net - Callouts
In the first two articles of the Salesforce Integration with .Net series we looked at .Net calling into Salesforce to manipulate data and utilize business logic. In this article we will examine the use of Salesforce to consume the functionality of a SOAP or REST-based, externally-hosted service.
Tags : .NET, Salesforce, callouts, external services, Salesforce Integration with .Net
Novell Mono Port Brings .NET to Android
Mono for Android adds a new mobile target for .NET developers.
Tags : .NET, Android, Mono
Salesforce Integration with .NET Custom Web Services
There are a number of ways to integrate Salesforce with .Net. The focus of this article will be concentrated on calling custom web services written in Apex, from a Microsoft .Net environment, through authenticated and unauthenticated methods.
Tags : .NET, Web services, Salesforce, tutorial, Salesforce integration
Kitware Goes Open Source with ActiViz .NET Tool
Kitware has decided to release ActiViz .NET tool under the open source BSD license.
Tags : .NET, C#, visualization
7 Popular Open Source Projects for .NET Developers
Get an introduction to seven open source solutions embraced by millions of .NET developers around the globe.
Tags : open source, .NET, ASP.NET
Handling Data Conflicts in the Microsoft Sync Framework
Synchronization of data between local clients and a central server are inseparable from data conflicts that occur when data is changed simultaneously on multiple systems. In this tutorial we'll learn how to handle these data conflicts using the Microsoft Sync Framework.
Tags : .NET
Deploying Separate User/Site Configurations with ClickOnce
Microsoft's ClickOnce framework is a powerful tool for deploying and updating Windows forms applications. Learn how to deploy separate application configurations via two methods: installing and updating from different locations, and using URL parameters.
Tags : .NET
The Role of Component Architecture in the Realm of Service Oriented Architectures (SOA)
For developers who have to live with an enterprise that has legacy and component architecture-based applications, here is a way to introduce SOA in a manner that is not too disruptive. SOA can be leveraged to preserve business logic investments made within component architecture-based systems while incorporating a better and more standards-based infrastructure.
Tags : .NET
Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) with Spring.Net
Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) allows developers to achieve greater modularity in their applications by allowing the separation of cross-cutting concerns. Explore basic AOP concepts and their implementation using Spring.Net, a popular open source application framework by walking through several examples.
Tags : .NET
Explore the Microsoft .NET Micro Framework
The Microsoft .NET Micro Framework, formerly known as Smart Personal Objects Technology (SPOT), is a powerful and flexible platform for rapidly creating embedded device firmware with Microsoft Visual Studio. Now is just the right time to explore this new world.
Tags : .NET
A Database Driven Reporting Application
Discover how reporting applications can adapt to changing reports by shifting its report-related information into a database.
Tags : .NET
Manipulate XML File Data Using C#
Learn how to display, add, edit, and delete data from a single XML file by using C# console applications. With a little effort, you can implement these techniques in Windows-based applications.
Tags : .NET, XML, programming, C#

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