Qink has assembled a comprehensive list of freely-available libraries for the Microsoft .NET platform.
Two social networking news sites have emerged for .NET developers: DotNetKicks and the new .NET Shoutout. Both sites provide tons of .NET news and information, if you’re willing to spend the time to dig through it all. But for busy developers, there is a new .NET news site that cuts through all the clutter.
Dot-Net-News.com provides the latest news and information about the Microsoft .NET development environment including C#, Visual Basic and Visual Studio. No fluff, no spam, just the facts, man.
Here are some of the latest .NET news stories:
- .NET RIA Services
- Help Shape the Future of ASP.NET
- ViewModel Tool 3.0
- MVC Contrib v1.0
- Silverlight Dynamic Languages SDK 0.5
- IronRuby 0.3
- Microsoft Ajax 4.0 Preview 4
- ASP.NET MVC v1.0 Source
- Silverlight 3 Tools Beta
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It’s that time of the year to reflect, analyze and compile our lives into a series of Top 10 lists. As with every other Top 10 list, the items on this list and their order are highly subjective. For example, some companies may not care about future versions of .NET — version 2.0 works just fine, thank you. Other companies may need to develop a web application, so Silverlight 2.0 is their top story of the year. So please comment below with your Top 10 List.
Following are the Top 10 stories in 2008 about software development with the Microsoft .NET Framework.