The new issue of Dr. Dobb's Journal is here, redesigned for better viewing, navigation, and readability! In this issue, we explore the Windows third-party ecosystem, take on the mother of all practical scheduling algorithms, explore autonomous UIs, check out Silverlight's new concurrency profiling capabilities, and more!
In This Digital Issue:
- Windows Third-Party Ecosystem
by Eric J. Bruno
Trusted third-party components can speed the development process, cut costs, and ultimately make the difference between project success and failure. Eric takes you on a tour of the current Window's third-party landscape.
- Autonomous User Interfaces for Mobile Apps
by Robi Karp
Scriptable, autonomous UI coding lets OEMs, developers, integrators, and other ecosystem participants completely control and customize the look-and-feel of the end-user experience.
- Silverlight Developers, Take Note
by Gastón Hillar
Visual Studio 2010 SP1 Beta 1 has something Silverlight application developers will find particularly useful — the addition of performance wizards to for profiling concurrency.
- Helping Out
by Andrew Binstock
Meet Andrew Binstock, Dr. Dobb's new Executive Editor.
- Q&A with Jason Beres
by Deirdre Blake
Infragistics' VP of product management discusses the mechanics of Window's third-party development.
- Tough Apps: Pretty Good at Half the Speed
by Dennis Shasha
Dennis takes on the mother of all practical scheduling algorithms — the shop scheduling problem.
- Blog of the Month
Conversion Constructors and Subtle Dangers
by Matthew Wilson
Exploring the subtleties of what can go wrong with the best laid plans of library designers.
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