Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx)

I’m pleased to announce a preview of the Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx) on MSDN DevLabs.   Using Rx, programmers can write succinct declarative code to orchestrate and coordinate asynchronous and event-based programs based on familiar .NET idioms and patterns. Rx has a strong theoretical basis by using the duality between the classic Iterator and…

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Building Applications for Windows Azure

Building your application or service for the cloud lets you focus on building the right software using the skills you already have while someone else handles the details of infrastructure, hardware, and service management. Windows Azure, Microsoft’s platform for cloud-based applications, has been available in CTP form for the past year, and Visual Studio has supported…

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Teamprise: Enabling TFS collaboration across heterogeneous platforms

Development teams and organizations often have many different platforms and development environments, and interoperability between those heterogeneous environments is a major collaboration challenge. Teamprise’s Client Suite addresses those interoperability gaps by enabling developers using Eclipse and Eclipse-based IDEs on multiple operating systems, including Windows, Unix, Linux, and Mac OS X to build applications that leverage…

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Developing for the web using VS 2010 and .NET 4

Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4 are packed with new features and enhancements designed to improve developer productivity.  Some are small changes and others are more significant.  Altogether they deliver a significant gain in productivity. More and more developers look to the web to be able to build and deliver applications that take advantage of…

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