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Dino Esposito shows how to classify mobile devices in order to build a Web site that serves different markup to different devices based on their capabilities.
Dino Esposito shows how to classify mobile devices in order to build a Web site that serves different markup to different devices based on their capabilities.
Popular tags: 2012, MSDN Magazine, September 2012, September issue, Cutting Edge, web
Downloads: 0 | Started: Sep 4 2012  | Contributors: 1
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Aug 30 2012
To take advantage of enum support and other features added to Entity Framework in the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5, you need the compatible version of EntityFramework.dll, EF 5. Julie Lerman helps ...
To take advantage of enum support and other features added to Entity Framework in the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5, you need the compatible version of EntityFramework.dll, EF 5. Julie Lerman helps to ease the migration.
Popular tags: Data Points, September issue, September 2012, MSDN Magazine, 2012
Downloads: 0 | Started: Sep 4 2012  | Contributors: 1
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Aug 30 2012
There are plenty of resources describing the complex mathematics behind finding logistic regression beta parameters using Newton-Raphson, yet few implementation guides. James McCaffrey explains how...
There are plenty of resources describing the complex mathematics behind finding logistic regression beta parameters using Newton-Raphson, yet few implementation guides. James McCaffrey explains how logistic regression with Newton-Raphson works, and how to implement a solution in C#.
Popular tags: 2012, MSDN Magazine, September 2012, September issue, Test Run
Downloads: 0 | Started: Sep 4 2012  | Contributors: 1
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Aug 30 2012
Charles lays the conceptual, mathematical and programmatic groundwork for a program that lets you point a Windows phone at a spot in the night sky and show the planets and constellations.
Charles lays the conceptual, mathematical and programmatic groundwork for a program that lets you point a Windows phone at a spot in the night sky and show the planets and constellations.
Popular tags: Touch and Go, September issue, September 2012, MSDN Magazine, 2012
Downloads: 0 | Started: Sep 4 2012  | Contributors: 1
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Aug 30 2012
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