MSDN Magazine - January Issue out now
MSDN Magazine - January Issue out now
Thursday, 13 January 2011

The January issue of MSDN magazine is now available and the issue has a Windows Workflow theme. Find out about Workflow Services running in the AppFabric and custom control Workflows. Othere topics include parallel programming, Silverlight, dynamic data in ASP.NET and more...

The January issue of MSDN magazine is now available to read online. Or if you prefer to read away from your screen you can download the pdfs.

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The issue has a Workflows theme and you'll find feature articles on Workflow Services (how to use AppFabric to build highly scalable, long-running workflows with built-in persistence) and Authoring Custom Control Flow Activities in Windows Foundation 4

 


Other feature articles include

ASP.NET Dynamic Data: Build a Data-Driven Enterprise Web Site in 5 Minutes

Visual Studio: Use Multiple Visual Studio Project Types for Cloud Success

Silverlight Exposed: Using MEF to Expose Interfaces in Your Silverlight MVVM Apps

Parallel Computing: Data Processing: Parallelism and Performance


 

The issue also includes the usual columns from Charles Petzold, David Platt, Dino Esposito and others.

See the full contents list to discover what they are writing about this month.

For details of previous issues see:

MSDN Magazine - to read online or offline

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