Universal Thread articles
Are you writing Legacy Code?
Not having a strict and standardized way of testing your code means that you don't have a really secure way of introducing this slight change and assess that nothing else broke in the process.
Bonnie Berent's Tips
Great tips for .NET developers
Guy Barrette's Book Reviews
This month Guy reviews "Agile Project Management With Scrum".
WinFX got renamed, .NET development is expressing differently, Agile geeks are behaving, and Ted talked at Tech-Ed.
The Treeview control - Part II
It seems that the column I wrote for the April 2006 edition of the Level Extreme .Net magazine has generated a lot of enthusiasm. Is there anything else to say about this control? For sure and even after this one you will find plenty of subjects not being fully covered. This month, I will first convert the last demo to Visual Basic 2005 telling you what’s new about this control. Then I will show you how to use the drag-and-drop feature between two Treeview controls.
Database Access using VB.NET 2005 - Part 1
This article is about accessing data in databases but VB.NET can also be used for accessing data from Web Services & objects, which are not covered in this article. This article is a multi part series. The first part covers essential components/objects required for accessing Data.
Business Entities and DataBinding in ASP.Net 2.0
The new ObjectDataSource makes easier to bind controls from the presentation layer to our business objects. This article shows how to design a business tier to take maximum advantage of this new .NET feature.
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