Have you ever wanted basic output to go somewhere besides the console in .NET? Learn how to redirect Console output streams to a TextBox instead of the command window.
Latest Data & I/O Articles - Page 8
Using XML to store configuration settings is a great idea, and thanks to the My feature, you don't have to learn XML to do so.
For the first time, SQL Server 2005 offers a native XML data type. See how you can store and query XML documents as part of a SQL Server table, and how to use XML indexes to make queries against these columns more efficient.
Caching can dramatically improve the performance of a database-driven .NET application. The Enterprise Library caching block encapsulates the plumbing code required to implement caching in a reusable block.
By encapsulating the plumbing code in the data-access layer of applications, the Data Access Application Block, part of Microsoft's Enterprise Library, frees you from the tedious details of data access and allows you to concentrate on the business logic in your applications.
A windows service which monitors the directory changes, writes an entry in the event log about the change, notify the changes to the users by sending mail and also converts the input XML file into Dataset
Latest Developer VideosMore...
Latest CodeGuru Developer Columns
Discover Code::Blocks, an open source IDE for C/C++.
LINQ has a trick up its sleeve from .NET 4 onwards for dealing with large amounts of data and multiple CPUs. Learn to leverage LINQ.
Create a multi-channel application with DevExtreme and Visual Studio.
Arun Karthick introduces you to the state machine model and shows you how to create a simple working state machine sample using the .NET framework in the C# language.