It’s a known assertion that software applications (desktop or distributed) are not truly platform agnostic. Even if a software application is developed as a cross-platform solution, it is very difficult to make it look and work identically across all platforms (operating systems). Hence, lately I’ve been thinking about the quest [continue reading...]
The project I’m working on at work is gaining momentum, and we are nearly starting with the proof-of-concept architecture solution.
Microsoft has released to manufacturing (RTM) its Visual Studio 2008 software development platform and the accompanying .Net Framework 3.5, meaning these technologies are available for download on MSDN to subscribers today. Among other things, Visual Studio 2008 is Microsoft’s development platform geared to building Windows Vista applications. More information…
The Microsoft .NET team will be releasing the source code for the .NET Framework libraries starting with v3.5 and VS 2008. Being able to step through and review the source should provide much better insight into how the .NET Framework libraries are implemented, and in turn enable developers to build [continue reading...]