Issue: 2002 - July/Aug

  • Rod Paddock Editorial July August 2002 Issue
  • Crystal Reports is officially a member of the Visual Studio .NET product.It is included in all major editions and ships in all languages available with Visual Studio .NET. Cry...
  • HTML-based Web development has dominated application development for the last six years or so and there are no signs of that changing.However, things are changing as the .NET ...
  • Pocket PC devices, such as the Compaq iPaq, present both an opportunity and a challenge for software developers.While there are many standard applications available, what tool...
  • Visual Basic has featured extensibility for quite some time.Unfortunately, extending the Visual Basic IDE has been anything but intuitive. In comparison, you have been able to...
  • By now, you have been exposed to a lot of information about Visual Studio .NET.Of all the new technologies associated with .NET, perhaps no other technology is more mysterious...
  • Component-oriented programming must allow for clients and components to evolve separately.Component developers should be able to deploy new versions (or just defect fixes) of ...
  • Testing SQL Server 2000 applications begins with making sure your production server is configured properly.You generally do this by verifying that the server's settings match ...
  • Software development is a collaborative process.This article is the second in a series focused on the tools and techniques developers use to effectively work in concert. This ...
  • David Stevenson's Column - July August 02
  • With over 45,000 topics, finding what you need in the Visual Studio .NET documentation can be a daunting task. The Doc Detective is here to help, utilizing his investigative s...
  • This page is dedicated to non-technical aspects of our lives as developers.Look here in each issue for commentary and insight into the struggles and joys of balancing life and logic.