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  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2012 New Features: Code Clone Analysis

    In my travels across the country, with my fellow Evangelist, Clint Edmonson, talking about Visual Studio we often come across great stories to tell. One of our favorite true stories is of a customer that had a web application running very slow. We ran code metrics against it and, sure enough, the Page_Load...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2012 New Features: Quick Launch

    In the past, finding things deep in the IDE has been a challenge. Visual Studio 2012 introduces search abilities at virtually every level of the product. Perhaps the biggest change is the introduction of Quick Launch (CTRL + Q) which specifically addresses how to dig inside Visual Studio to find features...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2012 New Features: Solution Explorer

    I love the title of this one because I’m sure someone will read this and wonder why I think Solution Explorer is a “new” feature.  I mean, haven’t we had this sucker for a billion years?  Aren’t there cave drawings in France about this feature?  So why is it “new”?  Let me show you...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2012 New Features: Preview Tab

      Preview Tab Overview We all explore code and need to move quickly between files when examining code to get familiar with it or debugging or [insert file browsing scenario here]. In prior versions of Visual Studio you had to open a file to look at the contents which often resulted in many open...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2012 New Features: Improving User Stories and Requirements with PowerPoint Storyboarding

    For Visual Studio Premium and Ultimate users there is a great new add-in for PowerPoint that can really help you called the PowerPoint Storyboarding add-in.  Using this feature you can quickly draft an interface design and get stakeholder feedback.  Plus, since it’s PowerPoint, even stakeholders...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2012 New Features: Compatibility (aka Project Round-Tripping)

      Now that Visual Studio 2012 is pretty well baked I thought it would be good to start revisiting some of my favorite features again and introduce new ones.  Since project round-tripping is one of my most favorite features I thought we would start with it.    The Dark Ages In all...
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