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James McCaffrey presents one of the basic building blocks of a neural network.
SQL Bulk Insert has been tuned over the years to work well with the Microsoft .NET Framework. This tutorial shows you how to take advantage of its power.
No database for your Windows Store app? No problem -- SQLite to the rescue!
One of the most significant updates is the introduction of a convention-based extension model, in which you can configure a set of naming conventions to allow MEF parts to be easily picked up by your application.
Entropy Minimization is a new clustering algorithm that works with both categorical and numeric data, and scales well to extremely large data sets.
The Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) pattern is for more than just Microsoft .NET Framework projects. Find out how to apply it to Android development through its open source counterpart, MvvmCross.
Eric Vogel covers how to create a real-time Web data entry form with ASP.NET MVC, KnockOutJS and SignalR.
A meta-program is "executed" as the result of template instantiation (therefore, before compiled code is produced). Meta-program results are then compiled and merged into object code, including any back-end optimization.
In the first installment of app-building with SignalR, learn how to build a real-time chat application.
Eric Vogel shows you how to use the CultureInfo API in .NET Framework 4.5 to simplify localization in a multi-threaded application.
Google has a set of libraries that allow older versions of Android to get support for newer APIs. Mono for Android provides full support.
The latest version of SQL Server expands its capabilities. Here are four new things developers can do with it.
Eric Vogel covers how to use the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) to extend a Windows Store application.
Learn how to use the Fragments API in Mono for Android to create an application UI for multiple screens, such as a handset and tablet.
A free tool to reduce coding for developers who like to surface T-SQL database recordsets in a simple collection of customized POCO objects.
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