- Oslo May 2009 CTP Available Now – Chris Sells announces the release of the May 2009 CTP of ‘Oslo’, including new setup routines, and a number of improvements and unified tools, including Quadrant
- Stuck with Vista? – Martin Hinshelwood highlights the release of Windows Vista SP1 to the general public
- Windows Server 2008 SP2 – Download available – Chris Samson highlights the release of Windows Server 2008 Service Pack 2
- CSLA .NET 3.6.3 beta available – Rockford Lhotka announces the beta release of hist latest edition of the CSLA .NET framework for both Windows and Silverlight. This sounds like its really close to being the final release version too.
- On The Journey : From DSLs and Models to ‘Quadrant’ using ‘Oslo’ May CTP – Part I – ‘dskaufman’ starts a series exploring the new May CTP release of Oslo, In this part looking at creating the model in MSchema
- About the’Oslo’ May 2009 CTP – The Oslo Developer Center review the May 2009 CTP release of Oslo giving the detailed information of the changes in this release
- Using Microsoft AJAX Control Toolkit with Visual Studio 10 Beta 1 – The Visual Web Developer Team Blog talks about some steps needed to get the Ajax Toolkit working in Visual Studio 2010 Beta
- Managed Extensibility Framework 101 – (a) – Malisa Ncube provides a simple sample of the Managed Extensibility Framework in action
- Known Issues in Parallel Extensions to .NET 4.0 Beta1 – ‘essey’ highlights a number of know issues in the Parallel Extensions that shipped with the .NET 4.0 beta release, along with a number pf items that have been removed since the release
- The Case of the Slow Keynote Demo – Mark Russinovich shows how he used the Sysinternals tools to diagnose so strange slowdowns in an application to demoed in a keynote
- My Dot Net Developer’s tools list, and more… – Latish Sehgal shares a pretty comprehensive list of .NET Developer tools with nice descriptions and details of the licenseing
- CLR 4 Garbage Collector – Inside Background GC – Channel 9 interview Maoni Stephens and Andrew Pardoe who talks about their work on the Garbage collection in the .NET runtime.