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  • Blog Post: CODESS Events in Mountain View, California and London, UK

    I'll be presenting and helping at this event for Women in Tech on Oct 11th, 2014. Feel free to register if you're in Nor Cal. Event takes place at Microsoft in Mountain View. http://codesssvhackathon.challengepost.com/ We have similar event taking place at same day in London in case you're based...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Online Integration Announcements

    Hi Folks, This week we have announced REST APIs and Service Hooks in Visual Studio Online (VSO) as a preview mode. What does this mean? It means we can open up wider integration with 3rd party applications and services. I've had a few customers express the lack of integration and we're delighted...
  • 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: 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: 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: Tough Problem? Consider MSDN Incident

    Many of my customers are unaware that they can take advantage of developer support in the form of MSDN incidents and you may be entitled to use up to 4 dependending on your subscription level. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/subscriptions/bb266240.aspx You can see what level of subscription you...
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