Rob Caron

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  • Blog Post: Top 10 Microsoft Developer Links for Tuesday, October 22nd

    Andrew Chan: Switching to Managed Compatibility Mode in Visual Studio 2013 Craig Larman and Ahmad Fahmy: How to Form Teams in Large-Scale Scrum? A Story of Self-Designing Teams Jim Galasyn: Publishing your apps to the Windows Store for Windows 8.1 Andrew B Hall: .NET Memory Analysis Enhancements...
  • Blog Post: Top 10 Microsoft Developer Links for Wednesday, February 27th

    Michel Rousseau: Icons for an app bar in a Windows 8 application Joel Citizen: App Config Data and Windows Store Apps David Rousset: Coding4fun: the Star Wars intro in pure CSS3 thanks to 3D transform & animations patterns & practices: Developing an End-to-End Windows Store App Using...
  • Blog Post: Top 10 Microsoft Developer Links for Wednesday, February 13th

    Hongmei Ge: Protect your Queryable API with Validation feature in ASP.NET Web API OData pattern & practices symposium 2013: Embracing Async Programming Herb Sutter: C++ and Beyond 2012: atomic<> Weapons, 1 of 2 Hosam Kamel: Deliver quality software. Faster. Going Native 2012: Day...
  • Blog Post: Top 10 Microsoft Developer Links for Tuesday, February 12th

    Brian Harry: Team Foundation Service Update – Feb 11 JD Meier: Roles on Agile Teams Laura Kim: 5 Tips For Up and Coming App Developers Eric Lippert: Static constructors, part two Stephan T. Lavavej: do-while, casts, ODR, variadic templates - Core C++, Part 8 Brian Keller: Team Foundation...
  • Blog Post: Top 10 Microsoft Developer Links for Friday, February 8th

    MSMVP, Devlin Liles: TFS, Git and My Open Source–Love It! Andy Lewis: Create, Connect, and Publish using Visual Studio with Git Tim Varcak: Debugging Unhandled Exceptions in a SharePoint App with Visual Studio using IntelliTrace Eric Lippert: Static constructors, part one Visual Studio...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Team System Guidance Meets Guidance Explorer

    Last year, I blogged a few times about a CodePlex project J.D. Meier was working on called Guidance Explorer (see my posts tagged with Guidance+Explorer ). I thought Guidance Explorer had faded into patterns & practices history, but the reports of its demise were greatly exaggerated. Take a look...
  • Blog Post: J.D. Meier on New Prescriptive Guidance for Visual Studio Team System

    J.D. Meier of patterns & practices fame blogged about New Prescriptive Guidance for Visual Studio Team System . While Visual Studio Team System provides powerful new tools, customers are asking "where's the guidance?" ... "where do I start?" ... "how do I make the most of the tools?" In response...
  • Blog Post: J.D. Meier on Test-Driven Guidance

    When J.D. Meier showed me early releases of Guidance Explorer , one of the things I found interesting was his developer mindset to apply test cases to content development. Today, he wrote up a post about it ( J.D. Meier's Blog : Test-Driven Guidance ). If you're an author or a reviewer, this technique...
  • Blog Post: Guidance for Guidance Explorer

    J.D. Meier posted some guidance on authoring prescriptive guidance modules for Guidance Explorer : How To Write Prescriptive Guidance Modules He also has a post that provides some general guidance on writing prescriptive guidance: Writing Prescriptive Guidelines For those who don't...
  • Blog Post: patterns & practices Guidance Explorer

    Last week I paid a visit to J.D. Meier over in patterns & practices to take a look at Guidance Explorer , which is a relatively new project on GotDotNet. I've been relatively quiet these past few weeks, getting ready to release our patterns & practices Guidance Explorer. Guidance Explorer...
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