This category is for website submissions containing general resources for .Net programming.
Supporting the Microsoft .NET Developer Community with code samples, articles, tutorials and tools for VB, C#, ASP.NET.
Collection of articles and resources pertaining to .Net, ASP.net, and DHTML.
Microsoft's community development web site. Offers room for new projects to share with other developers, allows to join others who have already started their projects, or use the applications present and provide feedback.
Developer resources, code and tips supporting Microsoft Technologies. Daily/Weekly web log of useful tools and tips. Rss new aggregator for a number of .Net related rss sites.
ASP.NET, C# and VB.NET tutorials and source code, books, covering a wide range of topics, and .Net components.
A .NET Portal for C# and VB.NET developers.
Tutorials, news, sample code, user contributed code and web services directory.
Microsoft .NET news, resources, forums, and code samples.
Download and share sample applications, code snippets, and other resources with the developer community.
Resources for developers focused mainly on ASP, ASP.Net, SQL, and XML.
A collection of articles, code snippets, and links to ASP.NET, C# and other Microsoft Technologies
A wiki which allows developers to find, edit and add PInvoke signatures, user-defined types, and any other information related to calling Win32 and other unmanaged APIs from managed code.
Talks with the designers and architects of some of the ground-breaking technologies from Microsoft and the computer industry. Discusses how the technologies were shaped and where they're going.
Free source code and tutorials for Windows developers. Programming help for Visual Basic.Net and other .Net family languages.
Information from a software development perspective; articles, book reviews and links.
Has three main themes. The first is XML Web Services and related standards such as SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI. The second is using XML with the .NET Framework classes. In addition, XML Me is focused on expanding the scope of XML based applications to include mobile devices and other new hardware alternatives.
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