Dear readers, while we could yet make some few tweaks to the agenda, these below is for now the most possible content plan for next year.
|February||Distributed Computing, SOA|
|March||Modeling and Tools, Application Lifecycle Management|
|April||Programming and Design Techniques|
|May||Rich Internet Applications|
|June||Performance and Scalability|
|July||Developing for Office 2010|
|September||Concurrency and Parallelism|
|December||Embedded Devices and Mobile Computing|
The magazine is composed by some few featured articles plus several regular columns. In general, the monthly themes affect mainly to those featured articles better than the columns. But exceptions to this rule may happen, why not, in the sense that columns may also be on the monthly theme or eventually a featured article may be on something else, if we also consider that topic relevant enough.
Are you interested in writing for MSDN Magazine? Did you know that you may do it? We are about to post on how you can submit your ideas, what are the kind of articles we are looking for (in order to increase your chances of being accepted), general styles, length and other aspects.