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This article describes an approach to using accelerometers with Windows Mobile to control Windows Media Player Mobile.
This article describes an approach to using accelerometers with Windows Mobile to control Windows Media Player Mobile.
Popular tags: 2009, MSDN Magazine, September issue
Downloads: 0 | Started: Sep 10 2009  | Contributors: 3
It is the dawning of the age of many-core. While machines from desktops to netbooks sport no less than dual core processors under the hood, throngs of hungry transistors sit idle—crying for multith...
It is the dawning of the age of many-core. While machines from desktops to netbooks sport no less than dual core processors under the hood, throngs of hungry transistors sit idle—crying for multithreaded applications to devour. To address the oncoming wave of concurrent applications, companies like Intel and Microsoft race to market with profilers, frameworks, debuggers and libraries. As multithreaded applications proliferate, so too will discussions of deadlocks, live locks and data races become increasingly common across the software industry. Traditional testing metrics such as statement, block, and branch code coverage fail to address test adequacy concerns introduced by concurrency. While full statement coverage can often be achieved with only single threaded tests, it provides no visibility into the concurrency behavior of the software under test. We need something better. Synchronization coverage aspires to fill this gap by measuring the amount of contention that occurs within a test. In this article, we illustrate the concept of synchronization coverage; discuss the types of problems that can be addressed by this metric; and provide a sample tool that measures synchronization coverage for managed code.
Popular tags: September issue, MSDN Magazine, 2009
Downloads: 0 | Started: Sep 10 2009  | Contributors: 3
In this article, the author takes a look at SEO practices that the reader can apply when using the latest Microsoft Web technologies.
In this article, the author takes a look at SEO practices that the reader can apply when using the latest Microsoft Web technologies.
Popular tags: 2009, MSDN Magazine, September issue
Downloads: 0 | Started: Sep 10 2009  | Contributors: 3
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For WPF programmers, one major revelation about the power of the DataTemplate comes with a demonstration of how XAML can turn business objects into bar charts. This column explores how to use DataT...
For WPF programmers, one major revelation about the power of the DataTemplate comes with a demonstration of how XAML can turn business objects into bar charts. This column explores how to use DataTemplates to create different types of charts.
Popular tags: September issue, MSDN Magazine, 2009
Downloads: 0 | Started: Sep 10 2009  | Contributors: 3
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