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  • Learn ASP.NET MVC with a Free eBook Tutorial

    The gang at Microsoft has been working on the new ASP.NET MVC -- Model-View-Controller --  framework for a while. In February they announced the MVC Framework v0.1 Relelase Candidate 1 was available and there was very likely a flock of developers downloading it, anxious to see how it works.

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  • Microsoft Releases Web Platform Installer

    Developing Microsoft-based web applications just got a little bit easier with the release of a new Web Platform Installer from Microsoft. No longer do you need to worry about installing the proper development environment technologies, in the proper order -- Microsoft has done the hard work for you.

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  • Microsoft Keeps Embracing Open Source, Digs PHP

    Microsoft, the commercial software behemoth from Redmond, Washington, continues to dip its toes into the open source pool. Microsoft's Open Source Technology Center (OSTC) is home to the software vendor's relationships with a few open source products such as MySQL and SugarCRM.

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  • CSS3: More Cascading, Freer Flow of Text

    The CSS Working Group just released an updated draft of "Multi-Column Layout," a version of Cascading Style Sheets Level 3 - otherwise known as CSS3.This draft enables authors to let content flow from one column to another.

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  • Zend Core 2.0 Touts Improved Windows Performance

    In an attempt to promote the Windows operating system as a deployment target as well as a development environment, Zend and Microsoft have partnered together to include Windows-specific performance enhancements in the release of Zend Core 2.0.Zend Core 2.

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  • W3C Bring CMS to Audio

    Think document management is tricky? Try organizing audio. Because the heavy burden of CMS wasn't already convoluted and ridden with potholes, the World Wide Web Consortium happily throws a wrench into the mix with the relaunch of Voice Browser Working Group.

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  • Microsoft -- AJAX for ASP.NET (Updated)

    Arriving one step at a time, and perhaps only as the buzz is cooling a touch, Microsoft announces the next (beta) version of their take on an AJAX framework.

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  • Geek Alert: New Perl Port of Lucene

    The field of Lucene ports just sprouted another flower. The latest, a CPAN Perl module who's name is, yes, "Lucene". This is not a port strictly speaking, but a Perl wrapper around the C++ port of Lucene and as such should be smoking fast as compared to relatives like Plucene.By

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  • .NET Performance Tips

    Writing code that functions to spec is one thing. Writing performant code that demonstates a solid understanding of the route from CSharp to MSIL to JIT to machine code is another thing. Thankfully, there are number of solid (and free) resources out there to help engineers seeking to advance in

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  • Key Features of ASP.NET 2.0

    ASP.NET 2.0 (Whidbey) is coming sometime in early 2005. The update to the .NET platform and tools is not insignificant. On the tools side, there are both new tools (e.g, Visual Web Developer 2005 Express) and a broad set of enhancements. On the platform side, there are numerous

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  • WebSphere Studio for the Java Challenged

    In the mix with a number of recent enhancement to the WebSphere development tools is one that targets less sophisticated Java programmers. Presumably with the two-fold intention of staying cutting edge and and fighting off the ASP.NET threat, IBM have added Java Server Faces (JSF) support to WebSphere Studio Application

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  • ATG, Get Your JHTML Experience

    Clearly I've been part of the wrong conversations for the past, errr several years, but the amount of times I've heard the word "ATG" in this time frame can be counted on just one finger. Art Technology Group are on the wires today and this time its for what they call

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  • WebSphere Application Server 6 Available for Evaluation

    IBM released code for the next version of WebSphere Application Server, which touts support for the J2EE 1.4 specification. IBM is offering a "technical preview" download of WebSphere Application Server 6 -- dubbed WAS Technology for Developers 6 -- which focuses on delivering J2EE 1.4 capabilities. The new J2EE 1.4

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  • Dreamweaver MX 2004 Update Released

    Macromedia has announced the latest update to Dreamweaver MX 2004 for Windows and Macintosh. Highlights include performance and stability improvements, reinstatement of the timelines feature (from MX), default page character encoding preferences, and updated reference documentation.Here are the details from the release notes: Issues Resolved With the 7.0.1 Update The 7.0.1 update

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