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    Not sure about Android Development? Take a look at this video as Chris Bennett demonstrates the Android Development tools provided with the SDK from Google.

  • Testing Your Web Forms with Zend_Test and PHPUnit

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    Learn two easy ways to begin testing your Zend Framework forms using PHPUnit and the Zend_Test component.

  • Android Development 101 - Hello World

    By Chris Bennett - 31-JAN-11

    Start learning to develop for the Android platform today with the first episode of the Android Development 101 series. In this installment Chris Bennett demonstrates the Android environment and shows you how to create your first Android Hello World application.

  • An Introduction to PHP's Object-Oriented Features

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    In the second installment of this two part series introducing PHP's object-oriented features, we'll explore the concept of creating class hierarchies through inheritance, class abstraction, and managing arrays of objects.

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    The first of a two part series, this screencast introduces you to PHP's object-oriented syntax, showing you how to create a class, and populate it with class attributes and methods. You'll also learn how to access and manipulate object data, and create a constructor useful for initializing class data.

  • Windows Phone 7 and XNA Game Dev 101

    By Jani Jarvinen - 29-DEC-10

    Watch this short screencast to learn the tools needed for XNA application development for the new Windows Phone 7 platform. You will also learn how XNA games are organized at the highest level, and see how you can test your games within the phone emulator, part of Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Express for Windows Phone 7.

  • .NET Framework 4.0 Task Parallel Library Intro

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    Learn core Task Parallel Library concepts; including how to use the Task and BlockingCollection classes.

  • Working with the SQL Azure Web Portal

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  • Custom Zend Framework View Helpers

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  • Getting Started with Git

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    This screencast discusses the fundamental concepts behind storing blobs within the Microsoft Azure cloud using the popular Zend Framework's Zend_Service_WindowsAzure component.

  • OData: Open Data for the Open Web

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  • Zend Framework's Zend_Db Component

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  • WP7 Development with Silverlight 101

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  • Creating Dialogs with jQuery

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    Learn how to create a variety of powerful and visually appealing dialog windows using jQuery.

  • Performance Monitoring ASP.NET Web Apps

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  • Master & Detail Lists in SharePoint 2010

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  • New Features in VS2010

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    Visual Studio 2010 is coming; are you ready? Let us help prime the pump by covering the new features of this exciting new update from Microsoft.

  • Intro to Windows Azure

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    Kurt Claeys introduces us to Microsoft's new cloud operating system, Windows Azure.

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  • Windows Mobile Development

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

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    Working with Custom Stored Procedures in Entity Framework.

  • ASP.NET MVC Basics

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    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.

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  • ADO.NET Data Services

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

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

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    New to databases? Start by learning the basic terminology.

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

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

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    Learn the basics of developing with Microsoft BizTalk 2005 R2.

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

  • Keyboard Hooking with Visual Basic .NET

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    Discover how to programmatically intercept and react to keyboard clicks.

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

  • Displaying RSS Items with C# and ASP.NET

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

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

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  • Using Nested Grids in .Net

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  • Building a Gadget for Windows Vista

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    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.

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    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

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

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

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

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

  • CSS in Visual studio

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

  • Data Binding to Forms Made Simple in .Net 2.0

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    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

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    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

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    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

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  • Adding Dynamic Menus with ASP.NET 2.0

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

  • ASP.NET Does AJAX

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

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

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