Tom Archer explains how to work around the inherent problems associated with handling .NET events from a mixed mode (MFC/Managed Extensions) application.
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SQL Server 2005 supports native HTTP SOAP via a feature known as HTTP Endpoints. Find out how this new feature makes the creation of Web services a snap.
Tom Archer presents a step-by-step tutorial on understanding and using .NET delegates and events from the C++ Managed Extensions.
Why do you keep accepting the impossible project schedules that managers saddle you with when they lead only to unrealistic expectations with no real buy-in? Paul Kimmel tells you how to fight back.
Paul Kimmel introduces the VS.NET Macros IDE and gets you started on implementing the LineCounter tool. By using VS.NET's extensibility object model in conjunction with macros, you can automate a wide variety of tasks to extend and customize VS.NET.
Many talented C++ programmers still think that calling Web services from C++ is difficult. Tom Archer illustrates that using the .NET XmlTextReader and XmlDocument classes make this task a snap.
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