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Visual Studio 11 Search Everywhere

February 29, 2012 / No Comment

One feature new to Visual Studio 11 that you will wonder how you managed without (perhaps instead you wondered why it was missing from Visual Studio for so long) is the concept of “Search Everywhere.”  In Visual Studio 11 search is now supported for the following: Solution Explorer* Add Reference* Integrated Quick Find* New Test Explorer […]

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AUTHOR: CATEGORY: .Net, Visual Studio

Visual Studio 11 IDE Productivity Improvements

February 29, 2012 / No Comment

In Visual Studio 11, there is a set of IDE productivity improvements that developers across all platforms and languages already be familiar with because earlier versions of them were available in an update for Visual Studio 2010 under the name Productivity Power Tools.  In post we review several of these enhancements. In Visual Studio 11 […]

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AUTHOR: CATEGORY: .Net, Visual Studio

Windows 8 Development Architecture and Strategy with Mark Michaelis

September 30, 2011 / No Comment

With Windows 8 Microsoft ushers in a new set of technologies designed to challenge Apple’s market share while maintaining the full productivity of the PC.  In this session we discuss what they are offering and what technologies they are introducing to successfully compete – both from a users perspective and a developers perspective.  Don’t miss […]

AUTHOR: CATEGORY: .Net, C#, Headlines, WinRT

Async CTP (SP1 Refresh) Fails to Fully Install

July 4, 2011 / 2 Comments

Although the installation of the Async CTP (SP1 Refresh) appeared to be successful, the final web page titled “Microsoft Visual Studio Async CTP” did not appear and the  “My Documents > Microsoft Visual Studio Async CTP” directory was not successfully created.  Furthermore, when I attempt to open an Async project (such as a sample), Visual […]

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AUTHOR: CATEGORY: .Net, C#

Work Item Search in Visual Studio vNext

May 24, 2011 / No Comment

Finally, there will be a search everything in Visual Studio vNext.  Here are a couple screen shots: Notice from the second image that there is a “standard” search syntax allowing you to search specific fields within the work item.

AUTHOR: CATEGORY: .Net, ALM, Blog, Headlines, TFS

Upgrading Your C# Programming Skills to Be a More Effective Developer – Microsoft TechEd DEV318

May 24, 2011 / No Comment

During my talk at TechEd, DEV318 – Upgrading Your C# Programming Skills to Be a More Effective Developer (video) (Slides), I did a full review of all the most significant C# changes since C# 1.0 as shown in the following MindMap:

AUTHOR: CATEGORY: .Net, Headlines, LINQ

Upgrading Your C# Programming Skills to Be a More Effective Developer – Microsoft TechEd DEV318

May 24, 2011 / No Comment

During my talk at TechEd, DEV318 – Upgrading Your C# Programming Skills to Be a More Effective Developer (video) (Slides), I did a full review of all the most significant C# changes since C# 1.0 as shown in the following MindMap:

AUTHOR: CATEGORY: .Net, Headlines, LINQ

Upgrading Your C# Programming Skills to Be a More Effective Developer – Microsoft TechEd DEV318

May 24, 2011 / No Comment

During my talk at TechEd, DEV318 – Upgrading Your C# Programming Skills to Be a More Effective Developer (video) (Slides), I did a full review of all the most significant C# changes since C# 1.0 as shown in the following MindMap:

AUTHOR: CATEGORY: .Net, Headlines, LINQ

Configuring Windows SMTP Server on Windows 2008 for Relay

October 23, 2010 / 9 Comments

My SMTP mail server requires that email be sent with TLS encryption and on port 587.  This makes it problematic for Team Foundation Server (TFS) to send emails directly.  To work around the problem, I installed the Windows 2008 SMTP Server service and configured it for relaying to my real SMTP mail server.  Install SMTP […]

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AUTHOR: CATEGORY: .Net, TFS

Visual Studio Keyboard Shortcuts Wrap-up (MSDN Flash – Feb. 2, 2009)

January 23, 2009 / 1 Comment

In this edition, I am going to wrap up a few loose ends with a selection of miscellaneous keyboard shortcuts and links to a summary keyboard shortcut poster. Debugging: I realize that none of you would write bugs, but in case you meet someone that does or perhaps on occasion you need to debug some […]

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AUTHOR: CATEGORY: .Net, Headlines

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