Collection 6261: Developing Rich Experiences using Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 & Visual Studio 2008
This collection of 3 2-hour premium clinics teaches about the new capabilities provided by the .NET Framework 3.5. These clinics are for experienced Developers and Software Architects who are looking to adopt Microsoft’s next generation technology within their solutions. Subscription: 1 Year
This offer includes the following:
Clinic 6262: Introducing Windows Workflow Foundation using .Net Framework 3.5 & Visual Studio 2008
Clinic 6263: Introducing Windows Presentation Foundation using .Net Framework 3.5 & Visual Studio 2008
Clinic 6264: Introducing Windows Communication Foundation using .Net Framework 3.5 & Visual Studio 2008
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This will be the last month Microsoft Press celebrate their 25th anniversary with a free e-book offer. The offer expires on June 24, 2009:
- Programming for Unified Communications with Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2
By Rui Maximo, Kurt De Ding, Vishwa Ranjan, Chris Mayo, Oscar Newkerk, and the Microsoft Office Communications Server team
- Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2 Resource Kit
By Rui Maximo, Rick Kingslan, Rajesh Ramanathan, and Nirav Kamdar with the Microsoft Office Communications Server Team
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The Code Project is a big resource of high quality software development and design articles with downloadable source code examples, with good discussion facilities and up to date software development news. Now it’s even more versatile with the addition of an add-in (a dockable frame) for Visual Studio 2008, that searches all 23,000+ Code Project articles and lists the results in order of relevance, so that you don’t have to switch back and forth between your work and web searches. It also has tabs to search using MSDN Search or Microsoft Live Search (now called Bing).
Microsoft announced the launch of its first TechNet virtual conference, helping cut costs, increase efficiency and reduce environmental impact, whilst still getting all the latest information on Microsoft technologies and valuable tech insights.
If you can’t make it on 19 June 2009 don’t worry, they’re making all the content available to access on demand