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If Your Passion Is Keeping Pace with Technology Take Your Experience to the Next Level!
This fast growing conference in its second year is a collaboration between Microsoft, .NET Rocks, SQLskills and NextGen Conferences. Together, we created the next generation of conferences that will meet the expectations of developers and IT professionals alike. The intersection of tools and technologies today create a need for a conference that allows you to go in-depth with experts on the technologies you’re using today but also cross over and hear what's happening with other technologies and how they affect you; keeping you on the cutting edge.
Last time this conference came around, you said we didn't give you enough notice to get the cost approved by your company. Well, now you have plenty of time. Especially those of you in SoCal, if you go to one paid conference a year, this should be it.
DEVintersection - Nov 10-13 2014 Las Vegas
Everyone you want to see will be speaking here :
And many more. If you are a .Net Developer in the western US, this is really an event you don't want to miss!
You can find out more and register here: http://devintersection.com/
If you use the code SoCal at registration, you will get an additional $50 off of your registration.
And remember.. this is not just DEV, its also: SharePoint, Office 365, ASP.net, Visual Studio, Azure, SQL too.
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Yep! Fresh on the heels of the RTM of VS 2013 Update 2 (I just finished delivering “What’s New” presentations on Update 2 a couple weeks ago), the first CTP for Update 3 is available! CTP 1 means it’s early, and may not be completely production-ready. But heck, it’s at least worth checking out!
Mary Jo Foley mentioned some of the key targets for Update 3; but check out this KB article for the full run-down of features.
Here is the short list of my favorites:
My absolute favorite piece is the added flexibility to customize test plans and test suite artifacts. Full details here.
We’ve been providing means to migrate your data from VSO to an in-premise TFS, but not the other way around. Until now!
We just announced a new integration service from OpsHub that allows you to migrate your data from your on-premise Team Foundation Server implementation to Visual Studio online. Full details can be found here, in the Visual Studio Gallery.
While you’re at it, take a look at the other capabilities that OpsHub offers. They have an amazing line-up of ALM systems that they can integrate with their Integration Manager solution.