Microsoft's latest .Net features are examined in an interview with Dan Waterbly, an accomplished .Net developer with the Washington State Digital Archives.
By Chris Peters
Dan Waterbly is a .Net applications developer for the Washington State Digital Archives, the first state agency built specifically for storing and accessing digital public records. The Digital Archive is a "100% Microsoft" shop where the most current .Net features are explored in a data-centric production environment. In this interview, I ask Dan about the nature of the latest development tools from Microsoft and his experiences using them in practice.
By Joe Pluta