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You can build a functioning web service in .NET in no time by using the ServiceStack framework. Here's how.
Tony Patton lists reasons why proposing a code rewrite might make sense, though he warns that building a new system is risky.
Tony Patton takes WebMatrix 2 for a test drive. Find out what this free IDE from Microsoft offers to determine whether it will fit your web development needs.
Mac OS X Server has come a long way -- and the power and flexibility of Snow Leopard might surprise you. Erik Eckel details the benefits and capabilities of this platform.
At Adobe's MAX conference this year -- Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch identified three trends that Adobe will address: client and cloud computing, devices and desktop computing, and social ...
Over 100 IT vendors did their dog-and-pony show for the 2008 ITxpo at the Gartner Symposium in Orlando. TechRepublic scoured the show floor and came up with this list of top 10 mos...
A blonde had just totaled her car in a horrific accident. Miraculously, she managed to pry herself from the wreckage without a scratch and was applying fresh lipstick when the stat...
A beginner?s guide to coding a custom database application in *Visual DataFlex by Peter A Donovan/Applause Software/Boston. *Visual DataFlex is a trademark of Data Access Worldwi...
10 things you can do to create better documentation
For large storage needs, Microsoft provides the Windows Storage Server. Here's a tour of the administration interface you'll have to deal with when you install it.