It’s been an incredible year for the data business at Microsoft and an incredible year for data across the industry. This Thursday at our Data Driven event in New York, we will kick off a wave of launch activities for SQL Server 2016 with general availability later this year. This is the most significant release of SQL Server that we have ever done, and brings with it some fantastic new … Read more »
Note: The improvements discussed in this post will be rolling out throughout the week. Please follow progress of the deployment at http://blogs.msdn.com/b/vsoservice/. Our deployment this week is jam-packed with new value.
It has been announced that, OpenSSL, the popular cryptography library, has two significant flaws that require patching as soon as possible. The more dangerous of the two, DROWN, affects HTTPS usage on over 11.5 million servers and is not limited to systems using OpenSSL.
Ceux qui ont déjà dû traiter des fichiers textes et notamment des fichiers CSV, savent déjà de quoi je vais parler, la difficulté pour traiter l’encodage lors de la lecture (qui provoque notamment les fameux caractères bizarres en lieu et place des accents).
While some applications will have an easy migration path to .NET Core, especially ones based on ASP.NET MVC, others may run into problems. Not just obvious ones such as porting from WinForms or WPF to Universal Windows Applications (UWP), but subtler issues that are deep within the core of the .NET Framework.
Back to the roots Introduit par Windows Vista sous le nom Desktop Windows Manager (DWM), le moteur de composition (Windows Composition) n’est pas totalement récent en soit. Il a notamment été mis en place pour proposer l’expérience “Windows Aero”, assurant les fameux effets de perspective 3D et de semi transparence sur les fenêtres de Windows...
Some members and contributors expressed concerns toward the current state of open source in .NET, as covered last week. To get a deeper perspective on the situation, InfoQ reached out with Phil Haack, former program manager at Microsoft and currently engineering manager at GitHub. Phil is also the track host of “Incredible Power of an Open-Sourced .NET” at QCon.
Si vous suivez l’actualité Microsoft, ce nom “.Net CORE” a du apparaitre plus d’une fois dans vos flux RSS. Cet article a pour vocation de définir ce que c’est et la volonté derrière cette nouvelle corde à notre arc de développeur.
PDB or Program DataBase is a central component of the Windows ecosystem. Whether you write code in C++ or .NET, without a PDB file even basic tasks such as stepping through code becomes impossible. And yet, the PDB format is largely a black box. At least until now.
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