Windows Phone 7 Development: Sudoku for Windows Phone 7Get started with Windows Phone 7 development with this Silverlight-based game tutorial that demonstrates key concepts such as the Model-View-ViewModel design pattern, serialization, user storage and multiple orientations.Adam Miller
Windows Phone 7 Apps: Build Data-Driven Apps with Windows Azure and Windows Phone 7The performance of data-driven Windows Phone 7 apps relies on both good UI coding practices and snappy access to data. We’ll cover some important design considerations for using Windows Azure effectively with Windows Phone apps.Danilo Diaz and Max Zilberman
Windows Azure: Re-Introducing the Windows Azure Access Control ServiceSee how to easily authenticate and authorize users from the likes of Windows Live ID, Facebook, Yahoo and Google within your Web sites and services.Wade Wegner and Vittorio Bertocci
BDD Primer: Behavior-Driven Development with SpecFlow and WatiNBehavior-Driven Development techniques let you test and code in the language of your business scenario. We’ll explain how the BDD cycle wraps traditional Test-Driven Development techniques and walk you through an example BDD development cycle for an ASP.NET application.Brandon Satrom
.NET Performance: Performance Diagnostics of .NET Applications Using ETWEvent Tracing for Windows (ETW) is a powerful logging technology that's leveraged in the .NET Framework 4 CLR to make profiling your managed application simpler than ever. ETW collects system-wide data and profiles all resources (CPU, disk, network and memory) making it very useful for obtaining a holistic view.Subramanian Ramaswamy
Windows Phone 7 App-rovalOne developer’s journey through the Windows Phone 7 application approval process -- and why screenshots need special attention.Keith Ward
The Secret to a Successful Windows Phone 7 AppWant to build a Windows Phone 7 app that sells? Forget cool; remember useful.David Platt
Multiparadigmatic .NET, Part 4: Object OrientationObject-oriented developers may be too comfortable modeling commonality and variability with inheritance. As Ted Neward points out, that can lead to problems for the unwary.Ted Neward
Silverlight, Windows Phone 7 and the Multi-Touch ThumbThe versatile, touch-enabled Thumb control is supported by Silverlight on both the Web and Windows Phone 7. We'll show you how to create a shared-code project for both platforms that uses Thumb for both mouse and multi-touch input.Charles Petzold
Aspect-Oriented Programming, Interception and Unity 2.0 Learn about the aspect-oriented programming paradigm and the related capabilities you find in Unity 2.0 as Dino Esposito explores how to deal with cross-cutting concerns in your code. Dino Esposito
Profiling Database Activity in the Entity FrameworkIt’s important to profile your database queries to see what happens in response to Entity Framework queries and other data access activities, says Julie Lerman, who gives you the details on several profiling options to improve you coding.Julie Lerman
Improve ASP.NET Security with Visual Studio Code Analysis Visual Studio code analysis and FxCop enable you to check your code automatically for design, performance and security issues. Now you can check your ASP.NET apps, too. We’ll show you how.Sacha Faust
Pushing Content from SharePoint to Windows Azure StorageWe walk through a sample implementation that lets users selectively push content from SharePoint to Windows Azure Storage, providing links to the new locations and taking into account access control to the files.Joseph Fultz and Shad Phillips
Web Application UI Testing with jQueryAlthough jQuery was created with Web development in mind, it has several characteristics that make it well-suited for lightweight Web UI test automation. We’ll show you how to build a simple jQuery-based test harness.James McCaffrey
Windows Azure Development ResourcesThe Windows Azure is Microsoft’s stack of cloud computing resources. Here’s a collection of tools and information that will get you writing apps for Windows Azure today.Terrence Dorsey
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