Articles Written by Paul Kimmel

Events: Did You Know?

The Common Language Specification defines the minimum things that a language must support to be .NET compliant. There are optional features too. One such optional feature involves events.

Writing Code Generators with the Code Document Object Model - Part 1

There is no way Microsoft could know in advance what all of the types programmers would return from an XML Web Service. Caught between a rock and a hard place, Microsoft wanted to make Web Services easy to consume, but there is no one-size fits all client-side proxy. The solution was found in the CodeDOM.

Testing Visual Basic .NET with NUnit

NUnit is an open source, testing framework for all .NET languages. The big payoff is that NUnit can run tests automatically, and it can be integrated as part of your build, test, and deployment lifecycle. See it in action with Visual Basic .NET...

Top White Papers and Webcasts

  • On-Demand eSeminar DevOps and Cloud are all the rage in IT, but the two terms relating process and computing aren't mutually exclusive. Join us to see how your movement into cloud changes the way you develop, deploy, test and manage, and how DevOps can actually be a good thing when coupled with cloud.

  • On-demand Event Event Date: May 18, 2015 While the idea of using facial and/or gesture recognition to create a modern, intuitive game seems attractive, some developers may want to leverage Unity 3D as a way to accelerate their development efforts. There are many different ways in which Intel and Unity Technologies have been working together to help speed the development of games with the Intel&reag; RealSense™ SDK (software developer kit). Check out this webcast to join a panel of experts as they …

Most Popular Programming Stories

More for Developers

RSS Feeds

Thanks for your registration, follow us on our social networks to keep up-to-date