• Working with Azure Tables

    By Kurt Claeys - 18-AUG-09

    This screencast looks at the Azure Tables concepts and the advanced features of this exciting new platform.

  • Deploying Applications with ClickOnce

    By Dan Rigsby - 04-AUG-09

    ClickOnce offers a fast, secure, and reliable way to easily deploy your Windows applications and ensures that your users know about software updates. This video introduces ClickOnce and some of the power it can give your deployments.

  • Intro to Microsoft CCR

    By Jeffrey Juday - 22-JUL-09

    In this screencast Jeffrey Juday shows us what CCR is and how it handles concurrency issues in your .NET applications while simplifying Asynchronous messaging.

  • Using Bing Maps in ASP.NET

    By Jani Jarvinen - 08-JUL-09

    Learn how you can start using the Bing mapping features in your own ASP.NET web applications.

  • Working w/ Property Grids

    By Dan Rigsby - 24-JUN-09

    A peek at how to use a PropertyGrid in Windows Forms to quickly build a UI for a series of classes.

  • Tracing your SQL with the SQL Server Profiler

    By Jacob Sanford - 24-JUN-09

    Tracing your SQL with the SQL Server Profiler

  • SQL Server Tracing

    By Jani Jarvinen - 10-JUN-09

    Let Jani show you how to how use SQL's profiler tools to create traces of all SQL statements executed by your database server, and how to benefit from this during the development phase as well.

  • Intro to the Microsoft REST Starter Kit

    By Jeffrey Juday - 27-MAY-09

    Let Jeffrey Juday show us an easy way to REST with the .NET framework.

  • Custom Sprocs in Entity

    By Dan Rigsby - 12-MAY-09

    Working with Custom Stored Procedures in Entity Framework.

  • ASP.NET MVC Basics

    By Jani Jarvinen - 29-APR-09

    Jani Jdrvinen shows you how to develop your first ASP.NET MVC application and helps you understand the controller classes and view pages. Jani will also discuss the relation between action methods and views with this new technology.

  • Dynamic Data Structure

    By Jani Jarvinen - 14-APR-09

    This tutorial shows you how Dynamic Data web applications are structured and how you can customize the application to your liking.

  • Building Smarter Clients

    By Chad Campbell - 31-MAR-09

    Chad Campbell shows us how the out of browser support feature in Silverlight 3 helps users build smarter clients and overcome some of the challenges associated with click once technology.

  • Developing in MGrammar

    By Jeffrey Juday - 18-MAR-09

    Build a simple DSL using MGrammar and the Oslo SDK.

  • ASP.NET Dynamic Data

    By Jani Jdrvinen - 05-MAR-09

    This tutorial shows you how to use Visual Studio 2008 with SP1 to build your first Dynamic Data web application and explore its features.

  • ADO.NET Data Services

    By Dan Rigsby - 19-FEB-09

    Learn how to create and consume ADO.NET Data Services and get a glimpse into the power it can provide.

  • Develop Windows Services

    By Dan Rigsby - 06-FEB-09

    Developing straight Windows Services doesn't allow for rich debugging by developers and often requires stopping the service, redeploying, etc. This video explores how to build Windows Services for a more rich development experience.

  • Modeling in M

    By Jeffrey Juday - 22-JAN-09

    Learn how to build basic models using MSchema and the Microsoft Oslo SDK CTP.

  • Create Custom Task Lists

    By Garry Robinson - 05-JAN-09

    Create a Custom Task List in Microsoft SharePoint Designer

  • ADO.Net Entity Framework

    By Dan Rigsby - 11-DEC-08

    Utilize the "ADO.NET Entity Framework" to quickly and easily work with your database, accessing your data in an object oriented fashion.

  • Debugging using Visual C++ 2008

    By Kiran Thonse - 01-DEC-08

    In this video offering Kiran Thonse covers basic debugging tasks like setting breakpoints, stepping through code and watching variables using the Visual Studio IDE.

  • WF SQL Tracking Service

    By Jeffrey Juday - 14-NOV-08

    Learn how to incorporate the SQL Tracking Service into your WF development.

  • Syndication in .NET

    By Dan Rigsby - 04-NOV-08

    In this video Dan Rigsby will demonstrate how to publish your content using built-in syndication support in .NET 3.5.

  • Silverlight 2 Templates

    By Chad Campbell - 17-OCT-08

    Learn the skills necessary to utilize the ControlTemplate and DataTemplate options found in Silverlight 2.

  • REST Support in WCF

    By Dan Rigsby - 25-SEP-08

    Adding REST support to your Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) applications has become very easy. Discover how to add it to both your forms-based and your web-based solutions.

  • Understanding REST

    By Dan Rigsby - 11-SEP-08

    With the importance of Web Services, REST has become a critical topic to understand.

  • Dates & Times in .NET 3.5

    By Dan Rigsby - 27-AUG-08

    .NET 3.5 added additional features for working with dates and times. Such features make globalization or working across various time zones much easier.

  • Simple WCF Services

    By Dan Rigsby - 13-AUG-08

    After reviewing the basics of services, see how to create a simple service using Microsoft's Windows Communication Foundation (WCF).

  • ASP.NET Request/Response

    By Paul Hacker - 01-AUG-08

    Explore how to use the ASP.NET Request and Response objects to interact with a Web site. You'll discover how to parse the HTML from any Web site in order to find anything you want.

  • Shelving Source in TFS

    By Paul Hacker - 17-JUL-08

    Discover how to take advantage of version control features in Team Foundation Server without fully checking in software.

  • Intro to Databases

    By Bill Hatfield - 02-JUL-08

    New to databases? Start by learning the basic terminology.

  • Intro to VSTS-DB Edition

    By Jeffrey Juday - 26-JUN-08

    See how Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Team System - Database Edition makes creating and using database functionality easy for .NET developers!

  • Creating Snippets in VS

    By Dan Rigsby - 26-JUN-08

    Create chunks of code that you can paste in your applications in Visual Studio. Discover how to Include customizable param

  • Developing Management Packs for Operation Manager 2007

    By Jeffrey Juday - 02-JUN-08

    Using the Microsoft System Center Operations Manager Author Console learn how develop a management pack to accompany your application.

  • Coding Unit Tests in Microsoft VSTS 2008

    By Paul Kimmel - 02-JUN-08

    Paul shows you how to write the code for unit tests in your Visual Studio projects.

  • Building Style Sheets Using Visual Studio 2005

    By Jacob J. Sanford - 04-JUN-08

    Using the tools and IntelliSense built into Visual Studio 2005, you can quickly add style sheets to your web pages and applications.

  • Introduction to BizTalk development

    By Jeffrey Juday - 02-JUN-08

    Learn the basics of developing with Microsoft BizTalk 2005 R2.

  • Code Analysis in Visual Studio 2008

    By Paul Hacker - 02-JUN-08

    Discover how to do code analysis in both a web-based and desktop application using Visual Studio 2008.

  • Keyboard Hooking with Visual Basic .NET

    By Paul Kimmel - 02-JUN-08

    Discover how to programmatically intercept and react to keyboard clicks.

  • Building a Web Part

    By Robert Bogue - 02-JUN-08

    Discover how to build an ASP.NET 2.0 or Sharepoint Web Part.

  • Displaying RSS Items with C# and ASP.NET

    By Bradley L. Jones - 02-JUN-08

    Learn how to use C# to grab and display individual items from any RSS feed.

  • Creating a Gel (Glass) Button in Sivlerlight, Part I

    By Jacob Sanford - 02-JUN-08

    Creating Gel buttons doesn't require a graphics designer, it just requires a little Silverlight.

  • Creating a Gel (Glass) Button in Silverlight, Part II

    By Jacob Sanford - 02-JUN-08

    Now that you've learned to create a gel button in Silverlight, let's add some functionality. Discover how to add mouse hover and click functionality.

  • Social Bookmarking for the Enterprise

    By Bill Hatfield - 02-JUN-08

    Discover how to programmatically use a social bookmarking service to share and index tagged information.

  • Using Microsoft's PopFly

    By Jacob Sanford - 02-JUN-08

    Using the PopFly site, you can create mashups in a matter of minutes that take full advantage of the flash and sizzle offered via AJAX and Silverlight.

  • Using Nested Grids in .Net

    By Paul Kimmel - 02-JUN-08

    Get the step-by-step details on how to use nested grids in .NET to provide rich web-client presentations.

  • Building a Gadget for Windows Vista

    By Kiran Sanjeeva - 02-JUN-08

    A little XML, a little HTML, and a little scripting is all you need to be on your way to creating your own cool Vista gadget.

  • Silverlight Login - Wiring Up the HTML Controls

    By Jacob Sanford - 02-JUN-08

    In Part 1 you learned how to add HTML controls to your Silverlight application. In Part 2 learn how to wire up the HTML controls.

  • Silverlight Login, Part 1

    By Jacob Sanford - 02-JUN-08

    Create data input controls, a button using available objects and textboxes using standard HTML controls and a little CSS.

  • Using Silverlight

    By Jacob Sanford - 02-JUN-08

    Discover how to manipulate images using Microsoft's Silverlight. If you've not seen Silverlight (WPF/e), then this is a great introduction!

  • Overview of the Wizard Control in Asp.Net 2.0

    By Curtis Dicken - 03-JUN-08

    Learn the basics of the Wizard control and see how it can be applied using a simple real life example.

  • Effectively Organize the Validations on Your ASP.NET Page

    By Curtis Dicken - 02-JUN-08

    Discover how to make your form validation more user-friendly and reduce screen clutter by effectively using the Validation Summary control.

  • Passing Information Between Master and Content Pages

    By Jacob J. Sanford - 02-JUN-08

    Master the simple, yet elusive, task of passing information between Master Pages and your content using Visual Studio 2005!

  • Generating and Analyzing Crash Dumps

    By Vipin Aravind - 04-JUN-08

    Learn the steps required to generate and analyze application crash dumps using Visual C++.

  • CSS in Visual studio

    By Dan Rigsby - 02-JUN-08

    Discover the tools in Visual Studio for creating and modifying your cascading style sheets.

  • Data Binding to Forms Made Simple in .Net 2.0

    By Wei-Meng Lee - 04-JUN-08

    Creating a form that displays formatted information from a database is a matter of a few easy steps in .NET 2.0 using Visual Studio 2005

  • Using the Class Designer: Adding Inheritance and Associations

    By Bradley L. Jones - 04-JUN-08

    Learn how to add inheritance to your designs as well as learn the relationship between your applications code and the Class Designer.

  • First Look at the Class Designer

    By Bradley L. Jones - 04-JUN-08

    Discover how to visually create the code for your classes in your Visual Studio 2005 applications using the new Class Designer.

  • Using the ASP.Net 2.0 MultiView Control

    By Bill Hatfield - 03-JUN-08

    See how to create multiple views on a single Web form. Want tab style functionality? This is an easy solution!

  • Adding Dynamic Menus with ASP.NET 2.0

    By Bill Hatfield - 03-JUN-08

    Discover how you can easily add cool pop-up menus to your web applications.


    By Bill Hatfield - 03-JUN-08

    AJAX is bringing flexible, dynamic features to the Web. Discover how to add dynamic text displays using AJAX in ASP.NET.

  • Building Mobile Apps: No Pocket PC Required

    By Bradley L. Jones - 04-JUN-08

    Watch and learn how to build your first mobile device application using Visual Studio 2005. No PocketPC required!

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