Monthly Archives: July 2012

HTML5 & CSS3 Fundamentals: Development for Absolute Beginners

Bob Tabor has made 21 video that will teach you the fundamentals of HTML5 & CSS3 Click here to watch the whole series on Channel 9 Tags: HTML5 , CSS3 Advertisements

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New Books for ALM and TFS2012

Brian Keller have been working on 2 amazing books for ALM and TFS 2012 click on images to get the books Professional Application Lifecycle Management with Visual Studio 2012 covers the full breadth of ALM capabilities available in Visual Studio … Continue reading

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Very nice demos (DemoMate for visual studio 2012 ALM)

Brian Keller announced on his blog the DemoMate for visual studio 2012 ALM it’s a Silverlight-based rendering of a software demo which can be used to easily learn a demo or show it to an audience You can run these … Continue reading

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Mark your calendar for Windows 8 Official Release Date ;)

Steven Sinofsky (President of the Windows and Windows Live Division at Microsoft) announced at Microsoft’s annual sales meeting that customers will be able to get Windows 8 starting on October 26th 2012 Tags: Microsoft , Windows8

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TechEd Europe 2012 Sessions

This year TechEd Europe is really amazing it has a lot of sessions and hands on labs. here are some amazing sessions. First the 3 Amazing Sessions by Brian Keller Application Lifecycle Management: It’s a Team Sport Software Testing with … Continue reading

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Stand-alone Object Model Installer for TFS 2010 (Sp1)

This is the stand-alone Object Model Installer for TFS 2010 (Sp1). This may be used for developing applications that integrate with TFS 2010. In other words instead of installing Team Explorer to start develop applications to integrate with TFS2010, here … Continue reading

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Office Development with Visual Studio 2012 and "Napa"

Somasegar Just announced the new way to get started with Office and SharePoint development without having to install anything onto your machine. “Napa” provides a lightweight, browser-based companion to the Visual Studio rich client, Available through http://dev.office.com/, it supports building … Continue reading

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