Ya esta disponible la Revista MSDN del mes de Agosto 2013
Los temas de este mes son los siguientes:
DirectX: Real-Time, Realistic Page Curling with DirectX, C++ and XAML
Project Austin is a digital note-taking app for Windows 8 that’s written in C++ and uses DirectX and XAML. Eric Brumer explores the geometry and programming that underlie pages that visually curl and uncurl like real paper.
.NET Web Services: Building Cross-Platform Web Services with ServiceStack
ServiceStack is an open source Mono Web service framework that’s gaining popularity. Learn how it can enable .NET developers to deploy Web services in cross-platform scenarios.
SQL Server: Unit and Integration Testing of SSIS Packages
Pavle Gudurić explains how to use his SSISTester library to perform unit and integration testing of SSIS packages to automate testing of SSIS projects and improve the quality of SSIS-based ETL processes.
WPF: Architecture for Hosting Third-Party .NET Plug-Ins
This article presents a general-purpose architecture for hosting third-party “untrusted” .NET applications, with a sample plugin demonstrating use of the Bloomberg API.