MSDN Magazine Junio 2012

Ya esta disponible la Revista MSDN del mes de Junio 2012

 

Los temas de este mes son los siguientes:

 

CLR - What’s New in the .NET 4.5 Base Class Library

CLR:   What’s New in the .NET 4.5 Base Class Library
The .NET Framework 4.5 brings a number of improvments, big and small, to the base class library. Immo Landwerth explores these new features.

CLR - An Attribute-Free Approach to Configuring MEF

CLR:   An Attribute-Free Approach to Configuring MEF
Learn the reasons for using the Managed Extensibility Framework, and how convention-driven configuration can streamline the development process.

Internet of Things - Using Windows Azure Service Bus for ... Things!

Internet of Things:   Using Windows Azure Service Bus for … Things!
In this second in a series of articles about the Internet of Things, you’ll learn how to leverage the Windows Azure Service Bus, not only to collect information from “things” but also to control them.

Windows Azure - Democratizing Video Content with Windows Azure Media Services

Windows Azure:   Democratizing Video Content with Windows Azure Media Services
This article focuses on how to provide a scalable, video streaming service using Windows Azure Media Services and a Web-based client.

 

Windows Phone - Behind the Scenes: A Windows Phone Feed-Reader App

Windows Phone:   Behind the Scenes: A Windows Phone Feed-Reader App
See exactly how a group of Microsoft interns developed a robust Windows Phone feed-reader app with the latest technologies such as local database, background agent, Live Tiles and more.

 

SQL Server - Custom Indexing for Latitude-Longitude Data

SQL Server:   Custom Indexing for Latitude-Longitude Data
Find out how to create custom indexes for geographical data that includes latitude and longitude location information so that you can retrieve real-time data faster than ever.

 

ASP.NET - Unit Testing in the Navigation for ASP.NET Web Forms Framework

ASP.NET:   Unit Testing in the Navigation for ASP.NET Web Forms Framework
The article will demonstrate the benefits of having a consistent approach to navigation and data passing in a Web Forms application, showing how this bears fruit when building Single-Page Interfaces.

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