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  • Blog Post: Project Siena

    Microsoft Project Siena (code name) is the beta release of a new technology for business experts, business analysts, consultants, and other app imagineers. Now, without any programming, you can create powerful apps for the device-first and cloud-connected world, with the potential to transform today’s...
  • Blog Post: Consuming ASP.NET Web API

    Check out this blog post that outlines the steps for consuming an ASP.NET Web API which is hosted in Windows Azure from an HTML application using WinJS.xhr. ... read more
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2013 RC Available

    The latest and greatest installment of Visual Studio is now available for download. There have been several product enhancements (new tools for line of business applications, Web applications, games, mobile devices, services and of course applications targeting Windows 8.1) to improve developer efficiency...
  • Blog Post: Holy //BUILD Batman!

    I thought the previous //BUILD conferences had a lot of content but this year definitely surpassed it. Although I couldn’t do the whole conference justice in a single blog post, here are a few key highlights... read more
  • Blog Post: WebMatrix 3 Released

    For those that aren’t aware, WebMatrix is a free, lightweight web development tool that was first introduced in 2010 which provides a great, focused web development experience for ASP.NET, PHP, and Node.js. ... read more
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Community Event

    On November 14, 2012, Microsoft will be hosting Windows AzureConf, a free event for the Windows Azure community. This event will feature a keynote presentation by Scott Guthrie , along with numerous sessions executed by Windows Azure community members. .. read more
  • Blog Post: Introduction to TypeScript

    I enjoy developing software in a multitude of languages although I will freely admit that I’m not a huge fan of JavaScript (or should I say ECMAScript?) by any stretch of the imagination. However , if you’re more familiar with that “language” than say, C#, VB.NET, etc. you now...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 11

    I’ve been using the Visual Studio (VS) Developer Preview a lot lately and while there is no doubt that some items may change when this gets to the Release To Manufacturing (RTM) stage, it’s clear that from the new Team Foundation Server (TFS) advances to the new language enhancements, there’s...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Web Standards Update

    Putting aside the debate on whether or not developers should use Silverlight or HTML5 with regards to Windows “8”, if you’re currently using Visual Studio and are trying to implement some HTML5 features then you’ve probably noticed that there a few area’s that could use...
  • Blog Post: Getting Started with HTML5

    Now that all of the major browsers support most of the HTML5 specification, it’s time to start exploring what all the fuss is about. At MIX11, HTML5 was one of the hottest topics whether about development, IE9, IE10 or Mango’s native browser support it was mentioned in almost every session...
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