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June 7, 2005
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--> New Articles on CodeGuru:
- Use Traits Classes for Information About Types
- Implement a Centralized BizTalk File Creation Broker
- Visual C++ 2005 IDE Enhancements, Part 5: Variable Display
- Compression Classes Enhance I/O in .NET 2.0
- Create a Custom Application Block That Decouples Your Code
==> Microsoft Office 12
- Microsoft Chooses Native XML File Format as Default in Office 12
- Puzzle, a Game with the MFC Doc/View Architecture (SDI/MDI)
- Simple XML Parsing on WinCE 4.2 Using C++ and MSXML 3.0
- Build a Maintenance Application with the XmlTextWriter/XmlTextReader Classes
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3. Using Maven for Large Projects
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Comments from the Editor
As I write this, I'm sitting at Microsoft's Tech Ed conference in Orlando, Florida. Microsoft is in town, so the weather is fighting between sunning and rainy. Being that I'm inside with 11,000 other techies, I'm not too worried about the rain they brought.
What are the hot topics? There are no real surprises. The three things being pushed the most are Visual Studio 2005, SQL Server 2005, and BizTalk 2006. All of these are due out this year, so it is no surprise to see them highlighted. There are other minor things being hyped -- such as the BattleBOT running .NET and the RFID Infrastructure -- but nothing that has the press running to get the story delivered.
Regardless, there is a lot of great technical information being shared. Hopefully I'll be able to share a bunch of this over the coming weeks. If you are attending Tech Ed -- or any other conference -- you should consider writing up what you learned into an article as well.
I've also had a chance already to meet with a number of key product people. This includes some of the VB and C++ product managers. Next week, I'll share some of what I learned in these discussions. It is always great to see guys that really like what they are doing. You can tell these guys do by the passion they use when talking about their products!
I also talked with the Codezone people at Microsoft. If you have installed Visual Studio 2005's betas, make sure you check out the Help system. You'll find a communities results that includes articles posted to CodeGuru. This is just one of the ways we are working to help get exposure to the articles you have contributed to the site.
I'll share more later! For now, I need to get back to the conference!
Until next week!
Brad Jones, Microsoft MVP
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This week's posted CodeGuru articles:
- Use Traits Classes for Information About
By Scott Meyers
The STL is primarily made up of templates for containers, iterators, and algorithms, but it also has a few utility templates. Learn more in this excerpt from "Effective C++, Third Edition: 55 Specific Ways to Improve Your Programs and Designs."
- Implement a Centralized BizTalk File Creation
By Jeffrey Juday
By using BizTalk 2004, Web services, and the Broker enterprise pattern, you can create a centralized file broker that enables you to more easily configure security, administer services, and share code across your organization.
- Visual C++ 2005 IDE Enhancements, Part 5: Variable
By Nick Wienholt
For complex data types, the traditional display offered by debug windows is inadequate. Visual C++ 2005 makes a dramatic upgrade to the variable display, offering a number of improvements in the way you can examine data during a debug session.
- Compression Classes Enhance I/O in .NET
By Mark Strawmyer
Get a sneak preview of the compression and decompression classes that are coming in the .NET Framework 2.0 due out later this year.
- Create a Custom Application Block That Decouples Your
By Paul Kimmel
Implement Paul Kimmel's Radio pattern to separate internal messaging within an application. Along the way, you'll learn how to create a reusable custom application block for the same purpose.
==> Microsoft Office 12
- Microsoft Chooses Native XML File Format as Default in Office
Microsoft gives XML (and developers) a big boost by making the Office Open XML format the default in Office 12, giving enterprises the choice of XML or binary format, and offering a patch to ensure forward-compatibility for older Office versions.
- Puzzle, a Game with the MFC Doc/View Architecture
By Georges Dumond
Learn how to display a menu with thumbnails and several other windows, move and manage the pieces of a puzzle with a linked list, and then show them without flicker.
- Simple XML Parsing on WinCE 4.2 Using C++ and MSXML
By Steve Green
Learn how to parse XML files by using MSXML 3.0, an XML parser from Microsoft.
- Build a Maintenance Application with the
By Tom Archer
Tom Archer presents a step-by-step tutorial for building an application that uses the .NET XML classes to read and write video information to an XML file.
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