Articles Written by Kenn Scribner

Working With Asynchronous .NET Web Service Clients

Having trouble using the asynchronous call mechanisms built into .NET? Let Kenn Scribner clarify it for you and make your programming tasks (at least as related to asynchronous processing) a little easier.

.NET/Java Interoperability: Apply the Proper Tool for the Job

As .NET versus Java debates continue to rage, the reality is that most enterprise IT shops are heterogeneous environments that employ aspects of both frameworks. Find out which is better suited to certain scenarios and learn how to make them work together.

Licensed Applications using the .NET Framework

We all have families to feed and bills to pay, so we must consider the financial aspects of writing software. To ensure compensation, many developers incorporate licensing into their products. Kenn shows how to add licensing to your .NET applications.

Top White Papers and Webcasts

  • Live Event Date: August 20, 2014 @ 1:00 p.m. ET / 10:00 a.m. PT When you look at natural user interfaces as a developer, it isn't just fun and games. There are some very serious, real-world usage models of how things can help make the world a better place – things like Intel® RealSense™ technology. Check out this upcoming eSeminar and join the panel of experts, both from inside and outside of Intel, as they discuss how natural user interfaces will likely be getting adopted in a wide variety …

  • Mobile is introducing sweeping changes throughout your workplace. As a senior stakeholder driving mobile initiatives in your organization, you may be lost in a sea of technologies and claims from vendors promising rapid delivery of applications to your employees, customers, and partners. To help explain some of the topics you will need to be aware of, and to separate the must-haves from the nice-to-haves, this reference guide can help you with applying a mobile strategy in the context of application …

Most Popular Programming Stories

More for Developers

Latest Developer Headlines

RSS Feeds