by David McMahon
When someone mentions SharePoint to you, what do you do? For many people SharePoint is still somewhat of a mystery, they've heard of it, but don't really know what it is. For others it is a painful memory from a few years ago, when the promise of easy web development was not fulfilled. Dave looks at what SharePoint really is, and where it's at with the release of SharePoint 2010
by Alex Homer
Just as XML itself has evolved, so the XML related classes in .NET Framework 2.0 have changed. Alex Homer finds out what's different.
by Peter Provost
An article presenting benefits and techniques for using test-driven development in .NET, specifically examining the NUnit testing framework.
An introduction to using XSL transformations on XML documents, and how to perform these in VB .NET using the XslTransform class.
by Gez Lemon
An introduction to the basics of XML, covering attributes, elements, document type definitions and XSL stylesheets.
by Nakul Goyal
Nakul Goyal introduces the XML technology, and how it can be used in your ASP and Visual Basic programs.
by Bill Burris
How to create your own Macros in FrontPage; examples include altering headers across the site, adding code samples, and using msxml