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More articles by Julia Lerman

Author Bio
Julia Lerman is an independent consultant who has been designing and writing software applications for 20 years. She lives in Vermont where she runs the Vermont.NET User Group. Julia is well known in the .NET community as an INETA Board member, .NET MVP, ASPInsider, conference speaker, and prolific blogger. You can read Julia's blog at thedatafarm.com/blog.
For CoDe Magazine | November 4, 2008
Visual Studio 2008 and .NET 3.5 give developers substantially increased data access options.
For CoDe Magazine | December 3, 2007
The ADO.NET Entity Framework is core technology in Microsoft's evolving data platform that bridges the gap between data structures and objects in your applications.
For CoDe Magazine | January 24, 2007
ClickOnce makes deploying apps easy and secure, but there's plenty to learn when you want to go beyond the standard out-of-the-box wizard-based functionality. Here's a host of tricks for developers who might find ClickOnce a little limiting.
For CoDe Magazine | October 6, 2006
Julia Lerman discusses the disconnect between software versions, writing, and real-world usage patterns.
For CoDe Magazine | July 10, 2006
.NET 2.0 and SQL Server 2005 combine in Query Notifications to notify applications when critical data changes occur and eliminate the need to repeatedly ask the database, "Has it changed yet?"
For CoDe Magazine | June 12, 2006
There's a delicate balance between not releasing enough technology to keep developer gurus happy and involved, and releasing too much technology, which overloads the developer community. Microsoft may be tilting toward the latter.
For CoDe Magazine | March 21, 2006
One of the more interesting and challenging places to use Ink is in Web applications. But how can this technology, which is dependent on the physical relationship between the stylus, the digitizer, and the operating system, work over the Internet?
For CoDe Magazine | April 1, 2005
With debugger visualizers, you can define the information you would like to see about a specific .NET or custom class during debug mode. And as the name suggests, you can also choose how you would like to visualize these details.
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