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This article lists the technical and functional specifications allowing you to attain both strength and flexibility for your SaaS application. It will help you conceptualize the security of your application, taking into account important constraints from the beginning of your project. You will thus be able to cover short terms needs, while at the same time anticipation any future evolutions necessary to the development of your business.
When designing your software systems, favor the use of classes to model behavior within the system over the overuse of flags in your data model. The resulting design will be more flexible, less tightly coupled, and easier to maintain.
This article demonstrates a simple way to quickly retrieve the length of MSMQ queues from an ASP.NET MVC application using C#.
Microsoft Certification Exams are tough even though it is multiple choice. You should refer to training kits available on the market before attempting an exam. Configuring Microsoft SharePoint 2010 is a comprehensive Self-Paced Training Kit for those looking to obtain Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist Certification. The book examines all aspects of Microsoft SharePoint 2010 in a detailed manner with the help of a mock exam in the accompanying CD-ROM. In this review, Anand analyses the content of the book and also provides suggestions for the improvement.
This article will show you how to install and get started quickly using WebMatrix 2.
Visual Studio 2010 introduces an entirely new set of architecture tools to aide in both understanding the code you already have and in defining how new systems will be built. In this session, you will discover how you can use new tools like the Architecture Explorer to better understand and comprehend complex systems before making any changes to them. You will see how graphically modeling the code makes it easier to understand the impact of a potential change. We’ll also show you how you can use modeling tools for UML and layer diagramming to describe and communicate the design of a new system—including how these tools can be used to validate the software being developed against its intended architecture.
Effective collaboration between developers and testers is paramount and can make the difference between shipping quality applications on time, or slipping because bugs are found late. In this session you will discover the six mechanisms in Visual Studio 2010 that enable more effective collaboration between developers and testers. These mechanisms include tools to create actionable bugs, debug historical events, and automate functional testing.
Successful projects share a number of common characteristics – tight integration between the ground level practitioner and project management, agile methodologies such as Scrum are taking hold in mainstream development. In this session, we’ll explore how teams can leverage the capabilities of Visual Studio 2010 to manage, communicate, and track work to be done
as well as report on project status and key performance indicators through the project lifecycle. You will see the new Agile Planning workbooks in Visual Studio 2010, as well as new reporting tools like Microsoft Office SharePoint Server dashboards. You will see you how to take advantage of these tools in your current and future projects.
Many customers are turning to SharePoint as a way of meeting changing business needs and managing IT costs and complexity. Visual Studio 2010 provides new support for SharePoint 2010 development, including tooling for Web Parts, Lists, Workflows, and Events and more, so you can bring great new customized collaboration tools to your company. In this session we will cover connecting SharePoint to external data, enhancing customizations with Silverlight, and leveraging SharePoint data from Office client extensions. You will see how to leverage your existing .NET skills to deliver new functionality on a platform that is readily familiar to end-users.
Are you still using Visual SourceSafe? Is your source code in Subversion? Have you hobbled together a set of open source tools that just “get the job done”? Team Foundation Server 2010 is the best next-step from Visual SourceSafe and other version control systems. In this session we will dispel the myths for why you aren’t already using Team Foundation Server, show you how get started including migrating your existing code from Visual SourceSafe and introduce you to some of the additional capabilities of Team Foundation Server that will enable you to set up continuous integration builds with quality gates and document and track items from your backlog. If you’ve been thinking about trying Team Foundation Server, now is the time to check it out.
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In this article Soyuj Kumar explains the classes which are useful in .NET for sending an HTML e-mail with an embedded image, attachments and much more.
In the fourth part of this series, Keyvan talks about the unit testing concepts related to the MVC pattern and how Microsoft has adapted these concepts for its ASP.NET MVC framework. He shows these principles and the process that should be followed to unit test an ASP.NET MVC application.