Visual Studio: Entity Framework 4.0 and WCF Data Services 4.0 in Visual Studio 2010
Better Coding: Better Coding with Visual Studio 2010
Microsoft Azure: Developing and Deploying Azure Apps In Visual Studio 2010
You’ll find direct support for building Azure applications in Visual Studio 2010 and Visual Web Developer 2010 Express. We’ll walk you through using Visual Studio 2010 for the entirety of the Azure application development lifecycle.
Visual Basic: What’s New in Visual Basic 2010
Learn about what’s new in Visual Basic 10 straight from a program manager on Microsoft’s Visual Basic team. Jonathan Aneja demonstrates time-saving features that help developers get more done with fewer lines of code.
Visual C++: Exploring New C++ and MFC Features in Visual Studio 2010
Visual Studio 2010 offers huge benefits for C++ developers, from new C++0x features to MSBuild integration to a revived MFC Application Wizard. Join us for a tour of these new Visual C++ features.
F# Basics: An Introduction to Functional Programming for .NET Developers
F# has clean syntax, powerful multi-threading capabilities, and fluid interoperability with other Microsoft .NET Framework languages. We’ll give you an introduction to functional programming concepts and how they're implemented in F#.
IntelliTrace: Debugging Applications with IntelliTrace
Justin Marks shows how to use the IntelliTrace feature coming with Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate, which gives developers powerful new debugging tools to "turn up the dial" and collect the complete execution history of an application, get deeper levels of information and quickly find bugs.
Scott Guthrie on Visual Studio 2010
The man most responsible for Visual Studio 2010 discusses what developers have to look forward to.
Projection Transforms Sans Math
See how to taper text, flip panels, animate a calendar and more--without resorting to complicated math--as Charles Petzold delves into new “pseudo 3D” capabilitie in Silverlight 3, made possible by the new Projection UIElement property.
Revisiting Asynchronous ASP.NET Pages
If you need to scale up an existing Web application, you should first look to asynchronous operations, says Dino Esposito. He explains how new features coming in ASP.NET MVC 2 make this easier.