"Hello World!": A Coder’s Guide to Writing API DocumentationCreating documentation for your APIs may not be the most interesting part of the development process, but doing it right saves your users from confusion and frustration. We offer some useful tips to help you write effective API docs.Peter Gruenbaum
Windows Azure Marketplace DataMarket: Introducing DataMarketSee how the former Microsoft Project Codename "Dallas" has matured into an information marketplace that makes it easy to find and purchase the data you need to power applications and analytics.Elisa Flasko
Cloud Computing: Synchronizing Multiple Nodes in Windows AzureLearn how to utilize elasticity—the ability to provision resources and remove them on the fly—to take full advantage of cloud computing.Josh Twist
Cloud Data: Getting Started with SQL Azure DevelopmentSQL Azure provides features similar to a relational database for your cloud apps. We’ll show you how to start developing for SQL Azure today.Lynn Langit
Task-Based Programming: Scalable Multithreaded Programming with TasksGetting the most out of multicore systems means diving head-first into multithreaded programming. Ron Fosner follows up on his previous article by introducing you to a more sophisticated multithreading technique called task-based programming.Ron Fosner
Cloud Collaboration: Connecting SharePoint to Windows Azure with Silverlight Web PartsThere are many ways to integrate Windows Azure applications with SharePoint 2010. We’ll walk you through one example: a Silverlight-based Web Part that consumes data from the cloud.Steve Fox
Proactive EducationThis Florida agency goes beyond talking about the problem of IT education: it’s getting involved in students’ lives.Keith Ward
A Real Pain in the NeckAt a minimum, UI design shouldn’t cause physical pain to readers and users.David Platt
Multiparadigmatic .NET, Part 3: Procedural ProgrammingProcedural programming is often seen as “old school,” outdated and useless in modern software design, but the design paradigm still shows up in a surprising number of places—including the compiler and MSBuild.Ted Neward
The Intricacies of Touch ControlsCharles is intrigued by the Windows Phone 7 touch controls and tries to duplicate them in Windows Presentation Foundation, finding out that good multi-touch coding is a lot harder than it seems. Charles Petzold
Dynamic Action Filters in ASP.NET MVCAction filters are a powerful feature of ASP.NET MVC controllers that can help you build aspect-oriented Web solutions. In this issue we dive deeper into creating your own dynamic action filters.Dino Esposito
Using the Entity Framework to Reduce Network Latency to SQL AzureYour app may function as expected when you switch to using a cloud database, but profiling and tuning queries to account for the varying effects of network latency can help you boost overall performance.Julie Lerman
Web Application Configuration Security RevisitedBryan Sullivan follows up on configuration security with some relatively obscure—but important—web.config settings that should be addressed, and discusses a new free tool to help you find potential problems.Bryan Sullivan
SQL Azure and Windows Azure Table StorageWhen migrating your applications to Windows Azure, there are several data storage options to choose from. We’ll look at strengths of SQL Azure and Windows Azure Table Storage to help you understand which is the right choice for your app.Joseph Fultz
Web UI Test Automation with the WebBrowser ControlModal message boxes generated by a Web application pose a tricky problem for automated testing. We’ll show you a relatively simple technique for creating a test harness for these cases.James McCaffrey
Hi all! The November and December pdfs are now available for download. My apologies for the delay!
I'm with everyone else.... What's with the delay of 2 months to get a pdf version? I'm trying to save trees here, but your not making it easy!
PDF format please!
hei ppl, don't u see, everybody in this section enter to find the pdf. Personal, i didn't read any of this two issues (nov and dec) and i will still waiting the pdf.Like u see i'm not only one doing this. Please put,in time, on the site the mag's pdfs versions .
Even i don't find the pdf format of november and december issue
Hi there, still waiting for a download link of Novemeber and December issues!!!!
give me the link for November issue pdf
Where is the november issue in pdf format?
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