MSDN Magazine March Issue Preview

Gotta love leap year. Every four years (more or less, since there are rules to this thing, you know) we are awarded an extra day in what is widely regarded as the worst month of the year. More February? Who needs that? How about adding a July 4-and-1/2 every fourth time around the sun? I…


5 Questions: Imagine That

In the October issue of MSDN Magazine, Don’t Get Me Started columnist David Platt wrote about his experience acting as a judge at the Imagine Cup finals held in New York City. As David recounts, the global competition did more than simply attract some of the best and brightest young minds in software development. It…


Will BUILD Live up to its Advanced Billing?

Microsoft sure knows how to fill a room. The company has had September 13 circled on everyone’s calendar for months, promising to lift the veil on a host of strategically important technologies and initiatives at this week’s show. Whether you are anxious for details on HTML5 and XAML development in Windows 8, or just want…


5 Questions: Build a Ticketing System Using Exchange and Team Foundation Server

In the current (August 2011) issue of MSDN Magazine, Mohammad Jalloul wrote a feature titled “Build a Ticketing System Using Exchange and Team Foundation Server,” which looks at how Team Foundation Server and Exchange can be used together to bridge the gap between work item tracking and email correspondence. MSDN Magazine Features Editor Sharon Terdeman…