Microsoft introduced the discontinuation of MSDN Magazine earlier this yr. The developer-focused journal began out beneath the title Microsoft Systems Journal again in 1986 and obtained its present title in 2000 when Microsoft merged the Microsoft Systems Journal and Microsoft Internet Developer magazines.
The November 2019 is the final printed challenge of the MSDN Magazine. Microsoft introduced the tip of the journal earlier this yr.
A brand new hub on the Microsoft Docs web site has been created as an archive of again points. The archive hosts problems with the MSDN Magazine in addition to MSDN and TechNet newsletters.
The MSDN Magazine web page makes use of a considerably complicated format. The sidebar lists the years 2000 to 2019, the principle content material space the years 2003 to 2018.
Most magazines could also be learn online or downloaded to the native system. Digital downloads are supplied as PDF recordsdata, the online variations hyperlink to the MSDN web site as an alternative. Some points are solely out there online, others might end in 404 not discovered errors when opened. The hyperlinks, obtain and online, to current journal points appear to work fantastic, nevertheless. Digital downloads should not but supplied for the October and November 2019 points.
The content material of the Microsoft Developer Newsletter / MSDN Flash archive makes use of an analogous design. The newsletters could also be learn online however there isn’t any choice to obtain particular person points as PDF recordsdata to the native system (a program like Free HTML to PDF Converter or a browser extension comparable to Single File could also be used to obtain these points to the native system). Issues vary from 2006 to 2019.
Similarly, TechNet’s Flash Archive can also be solely out there online. Issues vary from 2009 to 2019 and all could also be learn online solely.
You can comply with this link to open the principle archive web page; it hyperlinks to the MSDN Magazine, MSDN Newsletter and TechNet Newsletter archives. Note that you just additionally discover a hyperlink to the MSDN and TechNet Blogs Archive on the web page. The hyperlink doesn’t work proper now; it returns a 404 not discovered error.
Developers might discover the archive helpful. Most articles deal with Microsoft programming languages and methods comparable to Visual Basic, ASP.NET or C#. (through Deskmodder)