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  • Blog Post: Jason Singh Presenting Azure for Developers @ Sacramento .NET

    Wednesday, June 25, 2014: Jason Singh, Azure Overview for Development Teams When: Jun 25, 2014 from 6:00 to 8.30 PM RSVP : Seating based on availability. - RSVP Recommended . Please RSVP at http://www.sacnetug.org/event/rsvp (login required) Where : ...
  • Blog Post: Ramp Up on ASP.NET MVC 5 Quickly.

    A great walkthrough on ASP.NET MVC5. http://www.asp.net/mvc/tutorials/mvc-5/introduction/getting-started
  • Blog Post: Short Videos About Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server By Category

    Here are a list of short videos categorized by role, to help you get ramped up on features in a matter of minutes. Most are 10 minutes or less. Videos longer than 10 minutes are prefixed with '*'. Videos longer than 1 hour are prefixed with '**' Topics are grouped by roles. Enjoy! Project Management...
  • Blog Post: Walkthrough. TFS Branching - Multiple Merges with Content Changes and File Rename.

    Here I depict a scenario where I create two branches - both directly from Main. A specific file is modified in both branches. In one branch I change the contents and in the other it's renamed. The following video depicts how easily we can consolidate the file so that we can make both braches identical...
  • Blog Post: Silicon Valley VS2013 Launch Event - Tues 2/25/2014

    Feel free to register for this free event at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA https://www.eventbrite.com/e/modern-applications-and-software-transformation-the-opportunity-tickets-8591229599 Although the exact titles have not been totally established, here's a rough outline.
  • Blog Post: Useful Visual Studio 2013 Links

    Here are some useful links that I'll be alluding to in my presentation in Concord this week. C++ • Visual Studio 2013 (MSDN) • Visual C++ Blog • Parallel Programming in Native Code Blog • The Future of C++ (Herb Sutter at Build 2013) • C++/CX Best Practices...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Launch Event in Concord, CA - Dec 11th, 2013.

    Connect teams. Create harmony. Transform your business. In an age of extraordinary expectations, how can you ensure every app works flawlessly, seamlessly, and elegantly on every device, all the time? Invitation only VS2013 Launch Event at Hilton Concord – In Partnership with Microsoft Developers...
  • Blog Post: Some Great Guidance from the ALM Rangers

    My fellow colleague, Willy-Peter Schaub has published some great guidance from the ALM Rangers. http://blogs.msdn.com/b/willy-peter_schaub/archive/2013/05/16/visual-studio-alm-ranger-solutions-catalog.aspx Download and enjoy.
  • Blog Post: Register Now - Quality Enablement through Agile Testing - Boise, ID - October 29th, 2013.

    If you can you make it to Boise, ID on 10/29/2013, you're welcome to attend this event. Quality Enablement through Agile Testing - Boise, ID More details can be found here. https://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/EventDetail.aspx?culture=en-US&EventID=1032565220&IO=40k2fBpSZsJjNO73ifxflw...
  • Blog Post: Register Now - Quality Enablement through Agile Testing - San Francisco, CA - September 24th, 2013.

    If you can you make it to San Francisco on 9/24/2013, you're welcome to attend this event. Quality Enablement through Agile Testing - San Francisco, CA More details can be found here. https://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/EventDetail.aspx?culture=en-US&EventID=1032560850&IO=ReYlF127vUopGKHhRyuAqw...
  • Blog Post: Register Now - Quality Enablement through Agile Testing - Mountain View, CA - September 10th, 2013.

    If you can you make it to Mountain View on 9/10/2013, you're welcome to attend this event. Quality Enablement through Agile Testing - Mountain View, CA More details can be found here. https://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/EventDetail.aspx?culture=en-US&EventID=1032560589&IO=58VkhqdEi%2fcUfiAqEjHA7w...
  • Blog Post: Register Now - Quality Enablement in Portland, OR

    Hi Folks, I'll be on the road for the next few weeks starting with Portland, Oregon next week on 8/20/2013. Questions sound familiar? Does getting bugs fixed take too long? Inefficiencies in communicating between Dev and QA? Why did we not catch these bugs before they got to Production? I...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio User Voice - How to Make Your Feature Requests Heard

    The Visual Studio team really looks hard at User Voice as a means to prioritize the feature backlog. You can go in and vote for, or create requests for new features. It super intuitive to use and highly effective. http://visualstudio.uservoice.com/forums/121579-visual-studio
  • Blog Post: Walkthrough. It's Easy to Deploy a Web App to your "Free" MSDN Azure Account.

    So here’s an app, that’s running locally on my system. Note, I’m running on localhost in the URL, when I hit F5. Note you can click an image to enlarge. Right click on the Project in Solution Explorer and select Publish. Select “Download your publishing profile...
  • Blog Post: Free Azure with MSDN and Training Materials.

    If you are an MSDN subscriber, did you know you get free Azure benefits? This is a great way of deploying an application on a small scale, for example and getting user acceptance. You don't have to wait for IT to provision an environment. With a few clicks, you're free to deploy :) http://www.windowsazure...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012 MSSCCI Provider

    If you are supporting legacy applications and need to tap into TFS 2012 consider the following download http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/b5b5053e-af34-4fa3-9098-aaa3f3f007cd The following products are supported. Visual Studio 2005 Visual Studio .NET 2003 Visual C++ 6 SP6...
  • Blog Post: What Are The Editions of VS2012? What’s the Value Proposition?

    So we have different versions of Visual Studio (VS). These are Professional, Premium and Ultimate. We also have Test Professional and Express which we will leave out for simplifying the discussion. Furthermore, this is a VS2012 discussion, not VS2010 or earlier. So moving forward, let's just cover Professional...
  • Blog Post: Are You Young and Working Too Hard?

    I learned this the hard way. I don't want you to go through the same thing I did in my career as a developer. Back in 1990 it was possible to know everything, the assembly code, the language (C), the Windows SDK, the Windows OS and let's not forget the application of course. In fact with today's technologies...
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