In the VS 2008, we have made some good strides in improving performance for some of the common scenarios that developers care about. We set explicit performance goals both for new product features and for improving the performance of existing features.
Today we released Windows Server 2008 Release Candidate 0 which includes Internet Information Services 7.0.
This is a huge step forward for IIS and we already have over 1,200 customers who have signed up for the IIS7 Beta 2 go live license and fourteen hosters are currently in deployment on IIS7.
The C# language has evolved a lot in the last few years.
With generics, iterators and anonymous methods in C# 2.0, the groundwork was laid for what would eventually become LINQ. Now with C# 3.0 features such as query expressions, lambda expressions and extension methods,
Today we launched a special themed version of Tafiti to celebrate the release of Halo3.
Tafiti is an experimental search front-end designed to help people use the Web for research projects that span multiple search queries and sessions by helping visualize,
I have been blogging for a little over 3 years now. One of the main reasons I started doing this was to be able to have a two-way dialog with people around the world who are interested and passionate in building software.
I wanted to do a little tour of some debugging and profiling features that you will see in Visual Studio 2008.
Script debugging improvements – In addition to the mapping of breakpoints from your ASP.Net source into the resulting JScript,
Today, let me talk about enhancements to ASP.NET that you will see with Visual Studio 2008 and .NET FX 3.5.
Earlier this year, we introduced the ASP.NET AJAX Extensions which is available as an add-on for Visual Studio 2005 and .NET Framework 2.0.
Earlier this year at NAB ’07 and MIX ’07, we unveiled the Silverlight brand, tools, infrastructure, and roadmap, and committed to shipping Silverlight 1.0 in late summer.
I am very pleased to say that we have delivered on that promise and today we announced the release of Silverlight 1.0 as well as Expression Encoder 1.0.