In the first two releases of Visual Studio.NET, writing verifiably type-safe code with C++ went from impossible to extremely difficult. Thankfully, Visual C++.NET 2005 offers a much better story on verification than the current compiler.
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Find out about the documentation capabilities of the Visual Studio .NET IDE. Learn how to improve the productivity within your development team and automate the generation of help files.
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Learn how to leverage Google's Internet search capabilities from within your application through Google's web service API. Complex query terms and filtering capabilities assure relevancy of the search results to your application needs.
WSE comes to the rescue to develop better scalable and secured Web services.
ADO.NET 2.0 introduces Multiple Active Result Sets (MARS), a feature that enables you to execute multiple queries against the database using a single connection. Learn how to return multiple forward-only, read-only result sets using MARS.
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If you have written solid code, you have accomplished one half of the objective. Solid code is the protagonist, or hero, of our story, but testing is the more sedate side kick that often saves the day after the hubris of the hero has almost certainly lead to calamity.