As we aggressively grow our library in 2010, we've been adding a few very talented instructors to our team. This month be sure to watch Kate Gregory's how-to video on using Windows 7 taskbar overlays, and Yacine Khammal's how-to video on building a website with dynamic data and Entity Framework 4.0. Pluralsight co-founder Keith Brown has also produced a compelling how-to video on using LINQ to XML and ASP.NET to generate reporting pages. Finally, be sure to check out Scott Allen's new course C# Fundamentals to go from 0 to C# 4.0 guru in no time!
This module covers some of the enhancements to Transact SQL that have been added in recent years. Specifically it covers row constructors, the output clause, large datatypes, and using the include clause in a covering index.
This module provides an overview of the C# programming language and the language's relationship to .NET and the CLR. This introductory model explains the basics of working in Visual Studio to create a C# application, and also begins to cover the syntax and features of the C# language.
This module provides details on using the adapters included with BizTalk Server to connect to a variety of technologies and applications. Coverage also includes adapter metadata harvesting and configuration of adapters in static and dynamic scenarios.
This module looks at how to build SharePoint WebParts. We cover the construction of simple web parts, setting chrome properties, controlling personalization settings, building composite WebParts, WebPart verbs, WebPart connections, and using user controls in WebParts.
This module explores the controls built into the Silverlight core, and the extras added in by the SDK. You will see how to customize the appearance of controls through the template and styling mechanisms, and illustrates the use of the visual state manager.
Part 1 of a 2-part series on using XML to store the results of the report, LINQ to XML to generate it, and declarative data binding in ASP.NET to display it. Learnhow-touse some of the most basic tools in the .NET Framework to get started reporting.
Learnhow-towrite your own properties to take advantage of the 'dependency property' system. WPF has a property system that supports styling, animation, data binding, change notification, and various other useful features.
As well as providing basic event handling for low-level input like mouse up and down events and keypresses, WPF also offers a more abstract ‘command’ mechanism. Learnhow-touse commands, andhow-towrite your own.
In this episode, David Starr visited with some entrepreneurs and other folks who have made a business decision that the cloud is a good bet. These discussions revealed some interesting and sometimes surprising economics behind this evolving computing model. Featuring Bob Lokken, Bill Baker, and Jason Milgram.