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  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Time Saver – Faster HTML Coding

    Quick tips to make you more efficient in Visual Studio. Today’s tip: How you can write your HTML code faster with VS Web essentials and Zen Coding If you are a web developer than you are writing HTML. < div id =” content ” > < sentence > The fun thing about HTML is all the opening and...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Time Saver–How can YOU request features in Visual Studio?

    Quick tips to make you more efficient in Visual Studio. Today’s tip: How can you request a feature or fix in Visual Studio I frequently get comments on my blog posts or videos asking “Why doesn’t Visual Studio do <insert feature here>?” It’s incredible the rate at which updates are coming out for...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Time Saver–the layout you want when you want it

    Quick tips to make you more efficient in Visual Studio. Today’s tip: moving from a laptop to a desktop? Save your preferred layouts More and more developers find themselves coding on laptops. Of course, we all prefer a desk with a nice 27 inch monitor (or even better, two or three 27 inch monitors!)...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Time Saver - How can I keep track of unfinished code?

    Quick tips to make you more efficient in Visual Studio. Today’s tip: tracking your to do list of unfinished code When we write code, its rare that we sit down and code a single module from start to finish. Typically, we work on multiple pieces of an application at the same time: CSS files, code behind...
  • Blog Post: TIP: Don’t Touch! Well okay go ahead…Touch Support in Visual Studio 2015

    Today’s tip shows you the touch support added to the code editor in Visual Studio 2015 We recently announced the Visual Studio 2015 preview . So this week I wanted to share If you have a touch screen device, then chances are, like me, you find yourself reaching out more and more to tap the screen instead...
  • Blog Post: Security requires a prison not a fortress

    Rob Labbe, Senior Security Program Manager at Microsoft challenges us to think about security in a new way: does it matter if someone gets in to your system if you stop them from taking anything out?   One of the best parts of doing webcasts is people often ask you questions you hadn’t quite thought...
  • Blog Post: Do you hate SharePoint? Part 3 of 4

    If the answer is yes, could your hatred be caused by your local implementation? In this blog series we look at four common problems with SharePoint implementations and how you can address them. We continue our series by Neil McIsaac , SharePoint MCT, for putting this together. Happy reading! If you missed...
  • Blog Post: My love affair with Visual Studio: Error Correction

    I have been working with Visual Studio for years, and I’ve found a few tricks along the way that make my coding easier. In this blog post I’ll show one of my favourite time savers the Error Correction feature. When you are writing code for a form or a class as part of a team, or even if you are just...
  • Blog Post: Do you hate SharePoint? Part 2 of 4

    If the answer is yes, could your hatred be caused by your local implementation? In this second part of our blog series we continue to explore four common problems with SharePoint implementations and how you can address them. Once again, a huge thank you to Neil McIsaac , SharePoint MCT, for putting this...
  • Blog Post: Do you hate SharePoint? Part 1 of 4

    If the answer is yes, could your hatred be caused by your local implementation? In this blog series we look at four common problems with SharePoint implementations and how you can address them. SharePoint is one of those tools where the line blurs between the developer and the administrator, much like...
  • Blog Post: Want Your Presentation to Rock? Hook Your Audience Early!

    Scores of fabulous speakers are working their way from Toronto to Vancouver to Montreal as part of TechDays delivering great content to technical professionals. Whether it’s TechDays, a client meeting, or a lunch and learn with co-workers, all of us are called upon to present from time to time . When...
  • Blog Post: Exam Taking Tips for Certification

    For many people taking an exam can be really stressful. In this blog post I’d like to see if I can take some of the fear away from taking that exam. This is the final post in my series on How to get certified. Before you take the exam you should complete the first 3 steps. Let’s be clear, I said before...
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