Your value as a developer goes beyond your technical acumen. Make yourself indispensable by learning your industry and your product.
With Reflection.Emit, you can add dynamic typing to your C# applications and enter a strange new world.
Implementing simple patterns is often boring, time-consuming, and error-pronejust because they're so simple. But by using code generation you can prevent a lot of the drudgery.
Modeling XML documents is often a balancing act between human readability and extensibility. But you can build an XML schema that gives you the best of both worlds by following these five heuristics.
Native XML support is one of the most powerful features included with SQL Server 2005. Read these best practices to make sure you don't overuse it.
Do you need to query semistructured data? Or maybe you just need another competency (a.k.a. buzzword) for your resume? XQuery can be both things and more, and it's coming with SQL Server 2005.
Not everyone agreed with last week's editorial, which warned of long-term economic peril from offshoring. In this rebuttal, DevX contributor Eric McMullen tells why offshoring is good for the world, good for the U.S., and even good for domestic programmers.
Learn how WMI events can help your .NET applications listen in on a vast array of system activities and even take advantage of spare capacity.
Programmers know their work is creative, but North American students are abandoning computer science in droves, which leaves one to wonder: Just why do we do this job in the first place?
Go beyond Visual Studio’s graphical tools to bring increased power and flexibility to your data layer. Learn how to modify your XML Schema and live in peace with your DBA.