Windows Communication Foundation – 45 Hours of Premium Video Tutorials

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Windows Presentation Foundation-18 Hours of Free Video Tutorials

Here is an 18-part wpf video series by Microsoft's  Bill Steele. Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)is one of the four pillars of the Microsoft .NET Framework version 3.0. In this series, Bill demonstrates how to build a wpf application that uses wpf buttons, wpf listboxes, and a wpf browser. "Bill" Steele, MCSD, is one of my favorite presenters.  He is very entertaining and has a good sense of humor, in addition to being very... [Read More...]

24 Hours of SQL Server 2008 – A Video Tutorial presented by Microsoft Experts

Overview: This 24-part tutorial series looks at Microsoft SQL Server 2008 as a productive data platform. The major topics in this series include: sql stored procedure, sql server stored procedure, sql server profiler, sql server compare, sql server trigger, sql server script, sql server memory, sql server copy. Most of the videos in this series focus directly on SQL Server 2008, but a few of the videos use Contoso (Container Overseas Shipping Operation)... [Read More...]

Modern Software Development: Architecting .NET Solutions with C# (15 Videos)

This is a free 15-part video tutorial series on C# by Dr. Joe Hummel. Topics in this series include: C# String, C# Dataset, C# Object, C# Thread, C# Array, MSDN C#, Datagrid C#Joe Hummel is an associate professor of Computer Science at Lake Forest College in a suburb of Chicago, IL. Joe has a PhD in Computer Science from the University of California, Irvine. He is a co-author of two books on Visual Basic, his most recent written with Ted Pattison... [Read More...]

Windows Forms Applications: C# Grid, VB NET Grid, C# Component, NET Webbrowser

This is a Soup to Nuts Video Tutorial series on Windows Forms Applications by David F. Anthony. The series covers these topics: C# Grid, VB NET Grid,  Read More →

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