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Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 Release Candidate

Microsoft announced that Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 Release Candidate versions are available for MSDN subscribers as of February 8th, with general availability on February 10th. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/dd582936.aspx Download links are now published on the web page above.

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Microsoft WebsiteSpark

“A program that offers visibility, support and software for professional Web Developers and Designers” Have you heard of Microsoft WebsiteSpark yet? WebsiteSpark is a global program by Microsoft to support Web Developers and Designers. If your company has 10 or fewer employees, you are eligible to enroll to the program...

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DevReach 2009

DevReach 2009 is going to take place in Sofia, Bulgaria on 12-13 October. I, personally, suggest you having a look at the schedule and if there is any possibility, do not miss the chance to join it! http://www.devreach.com/Event/Schedule.aspx For further information, please follow Martin Kulov’s blog. The following is a...

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Microsoft deprecates OracleClient

ADO.NET Team announced the deprecation of System.Data.OracleClient. It will still be shipped with .NET Framework 4.0 but will be marked as “Deprecated”. Since it is being deprecated, all clients using System.Data.OracleClient are expected to migrate their applications to use ODP.NET (Oracle Data Provider for .NET). For further reading, please visit...

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Internet Explorer 8 RC 1 has just been released!

To download the 1st Release Candidate version of Internet Explorer 8, visit http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/winfamily/ie/ie8. To read more about this version and what has been changed since version Beta 2, please see the blog post here.

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DevReach 2008

One more DevReach event is gonna be held in Sofia between 13-14 October. This year, Gökşin BAKIR from Türkiye will also be giving a session. If anyone from Türkiye would like to join the event, please contact me or Gökşin. Dear Partners, It is our pleasure to invite you at...

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SharePoint Developer Introduction for .NET Developers launched

The new material is designed to help .NET Developers to learn the top ten artifacts in SharePoint that are interesting to them. Microsoft has created a variety of materials with different learning styles to make getting started with these artifacts easy and it’s all based on the Visual Studio extensions...

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.NET Framework source code is now open to the public

I know that we all have been waiting for this great news for a long time. Now you can download symbols for .NET Framework source code and you can see or even debug the framework’s itself. ScottGu has a long post describing how you can access this feature in Visual...