Posts filed under: Visual Studio

Watch Rick Garibay’s session on Node.js. He introduces you to: Node.js programming fundamentals on Windows Design considerations for building a URL shortening service Building Node.js services that embrace REST/Hypermedia principles Estimated viewing time: 58 minutes....
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The series takes an interesting turn when the whiteboard's personality emerges and it becomes a co-host, much to Bill's chagrin. Visit www.msdev.com for more informational videos about how to use Windows Azure. To learn more about Windows Azure visit http://www.microsoft.com/windowsazure......
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Watch Adam Tuliper’s session on the newest ASP.NET release. He covers: The changes to ASP.NET Core in Visual Studio 2015 How this affects current applications How ASP.NET Core is architected enabling it to run on multiple frameworks and operating systems...
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Watch Rachel Appel’s session on building a complete web application using ASP.NET Core MVC. She covers: How to build a complete app using ASP.NET Core MVC How ASP.NET Core works to enable APIs and MVC to work together Modify and...
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Watch Ben Dewey’s session on asynchronous development using .NET. He covers: How async and await work under the covers How to avoid the common pitfalls of async code How to create custom async and await scenarios from scratch Estimated viewing...
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Watch Deborah Kurata’s beginner-level session that introduces the .NET developer to Angular 2. She covers: An acronym-free description of concepts and terms Key building blocks such as modules, components, and templates A quick start to building successful Web applications with...
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Watch Lenni Lobel’s session on the current generation of database tools for application developers. He covers: The benefits of database development with SSDT’s declarative model-based architecture How to understand the various SSDT features and capabilities (explorer, designers, schema compare, local...
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Watch Adam Tuliper’s session on how to secure your modern web apps. He covers: Why most existing applications can be hacked in some way Details of common hack attacks in Modern Web Applications Techniques for protecting your web applications against...
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MS Tech Summit 2017 (27-28 March) offered different sessions covering different topics such as : Azure, Office 365, .Net, SQL Server and Xamarin. Sessions took place in different rooms at the same place, each visitor attended couple of sessions, and...
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Indexers can use params We all know the regular indexer pattern x = something["a"] and to implement it you write: The cool thing is you can have both indexers in the same class side-by-side You can use String String String...
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This series is the result of effort from a lot of different people. Here is a list of those responsible for getting this series produced and online. Managing lab environments for testing This short video shows how to use lab...
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A serie of webcasts dedicated to Visual Studio 2010 Backstage at Keynote Rehearsals, TechEd Australia | TechNet Edge As it turns out, if you carry a camera and act like you know what you’re doing, you can go pretty much...
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Kits for you, including: SharePoint 2013, Office 2013, Office 365, Duet 2.0, Azure, Cloud, Windows Phone, Lync, Dynamics CRM, and more. Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Guides: Financials Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 User's Guide Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Resource Kit Tools...
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Develop .NET Framework Apps with Windows Server Core Containers and .NET Core with Linux Containers with the productivity you’d expect from Visual Studio, while maintaining the native Docker experience. Get started today by downloading Visual Studio 2017, visit: http://www.visualstudio.com/vs/whatsnew...
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DevOps is a wonderful thing. With it comes better collaboration across teams for early feedback in the development cycle, joint accountability for fixing problems, and working together to get value to customers quickly and efficiently. When considering the database, it...
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Announcing .NET Core tools are 1.0! Check out the changes in .NET Core tooling such as csproj and the new dotnet commands. Get a recap of recent .NET Core news. Refresh your knowledge of LTS and Current release trains. Learn about...
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