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  • Blog Post: Summer Internship Program 2014 :: Microsoft Innovation Center Karachi

    Microsoft Innovation Center Karachi is now accepting applications for its INTERNSHIP PROGRAM of SUMMER 2014 . MIC Karachi internship is a program initiated to unleash the potential of young minds, highlight their creativity, talent and build their skillset on the latest. The program is designed...
  • Blog Post: Getting started with Windows Azure - part 3

    In my last blog post on the series of getting started with Windows Azure as a Modern application developer , I’m going to walk you through to consume the Windows Azure Cloud Service ( the steps to create this service can be found on following blog post ) in Windows Phone and Windows Store. Windows...
  • Blog Post: Getting started with Windows Azure - part 2

    Welcome to the second blog post from the series that intends to provide you a step-by-step guide on how to connect with an SQL database hosted in Azure using Azure Cloud Service. In an earlier blog post we saw on how to create and manage our database. Now it is time to get hands on Windows Azure Cloud...
  • Blog Post: Dictionary 8 for Windows Phone & Windows Store

    Dictionary 8 for Windows Store was developed by a bright student developer Zain ul-Abideen during Windows 8 Hackathon that was held back in November 2012. The app has more than 85,000 downloads at the time of this writing and the developer has recently launched a Windows Phone version of the same app...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 Tips, Tricks & Coding Best Practices

    This morning one of our interns Namrah Khurram at Microsoft Innovation Center, Lahore who also happens to be former Microsoft Student Partner (MSP), delivered a presentation on Visual Studio 2012 Tips and Tricks alongside some useful Object Oriented programming best practices. Since I worked closely...
  • Blog Post: Identify Saved/Unsaved Lines of code in Visual Studio 2013

    In Visual Studio 2013, there is a nice feature for saved/unsaved lines of code in your project. During your development phase, you can see which parts of your project have been edited. Green lines represents it’s already saved, yellow represents unsaved lines in your project.
  • Blog Post: Level 100 Content for Windows 8 App Development

    Windows 8 Feature Set: Learn how to use the features for windows 8, the new User Interface for windows 8 Windows 8 Feature set:http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-8/features Know How? Learn how to use certain features for windows 8 and how you can get around with it Getting around...
  • Blog Post: Join Microsoft Innovation Center - Lahore as Intern in Summer Internship Program

    Microsoft Innovation Center - Lahore is about to start its 2nd batch of three months Internship Program. Where MIC Lahore will offer them trainings, mentorship and support needed to learn, develop and publish their apps on windows stores. MIC Lahore team will help them convert their ideas into reality...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Color Theme: Blue

    Just in case you used to love Visual Studio’s old look and feel and miss that in Visual Studio 2012, Visual Studio 2012 Update 2 is what you need. This update adds a new color theme ‘Blue’ that refers to pretty much the look you once had in older versions of Visual Studio. While...
  • Blog Post: What is Visual Studio's 2012 Code Map All About?

    What is Code Map? Back in Nov 2012, in Visual Studio 2012 Update 1 a new feature named Code Map was introduced in Ultimate edition. The feature allowed visualization of relationships in code. Here’s a short video that will help you understand the concept behind Code Map. Beginning Visual...
  • Blog Post: FREE Visual Studio 2012 Update 2 ALM Virtual Machine and Hands-on-Labs / Demo Scripts Now Available

    For anybody looking for training on the Microsoft Application Lifecycle tools one of the absolute best resources is Brian Keller’s ALM virtual machine. The Visual Studio 2012 ALM virtual machine and corresponding hands-on-labs / demo scripts were updated to include Visual Studio 2012 Update 2....
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2012 Update 2 Now Available

    The RTM release of Visual Studio 2012 was finished in August 2012 and launched it in September. At that time, the core team committed to release new values into Visual Studio via a regular cadence of Visual Studio Updates, and in November 2012 they released first, Visual Studio 2012 Update 1 (VS2012...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to Office Developer Tools for Visual Studio 2012 (Video)

    With Office and SharePoint 2013, you can now build a new class of apps that extend and personalize the way we create and consume information. Develop apps as web applications. You can use HTML and JavaScript for client-side code, and your choice of language for server-side code, such as VB.NET, C#...
  • Blog Post: Moving Your Applications to Windows Azure

    Lifestyle experts will tell you that moving to a new home is one of the most stressful events people undertake during their lifetime yet, given a choice between that or moving applications to a new platform, many of us would unhesitatingly start packing the china. Thankfully, however, moving your applications...
  • Blog Post: Web Development Goodies in Visual Studio 2012

    Do you know Visual Studio Gallery provides rich controls, tools and templates to speed up your daily day development related tasks? While you can download extensions of your choice from aforementioned gallery, the post below discusses some popular and must have extensions along with some of the web development...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server Data Tools – Business Intelligence for Visual Studio 2012 released online

    SQL Server Data Tools – Business Intelligence for Visual Studio 2012 (SSDT BI) templates. With SSDT BI for Visual Studio 2012 you can develop and deploy SQL Server Business intelligence projects. Projects created in Visual Studio 2010 can be opened in Visual Studio 2012 and the other way around...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Storage & SQL

    Windows Azure offers multiple services to help manage your data in the cloud. SQL Database, formerly known as SQL Azure Database, enables organizations to rapidly create, scale and extend applications into the cloud with familiar tools and the power of Microsoft SQL Server™ technology. http...
  • Blog Post: Installing and Using Advertising SDK for Windows 8 in your Solution

    INSTALLING WINDOWS 8 ADVERTISING SDK Run the .msi file for the Microsoft Advertising SDK for Windows 8 to see a screen similar to the following. Click Next to bring up the licensing agreement. Click here to download the SDK. Scroll through to read the agreement, and click Next if...
  • Blog Post: Announcing release of ASP.NET and Web Tools 2012.2 Update

    The final release of the ASP.NET and Web Tools 2012.2 update is unleashed. This update is a free download for Visual Studio 2012 and .NET 4.5, and adds some great additional features to both ASP.NET and Visual Studio. This update makes no changes to the existing ASP.NET runtime, and so it is...
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