20 some minutes into the presentation Hebib gave the answer to the question I asked. Here's the link:
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I read the comments before watching the video, so I was prepared for variations in the audio. Knowing about that before watching it I think made it easier. I had no problems with it.
Great video, Robert and Billy!
Brian and Dan, I just watched this episode on my Zune HD (yes, they're still around and yes, I do use it regularly for watching/listening to podcasts), where I learned that you both will be stepping down as hosts of This Week on Channel 9. I've been listening/watching this podcast the longest of all of the Channel 9 podcasts I watch. It was a highly of the week to watch this podcasts. I am very sorry to see you both leave, but it sounds to me as though it's for good reasons. And it looks as though TWC9 will be in good hands. I wish you both the best.
I love Outlook.com! Glad to see these advanced rules, will incorporate them into more of the emails that I get in my Outlook.com email.
You said that once you downloaded the source code to modify it in Visual Studio, you could (or perhaps you said should) not modify it in App Studio. I'm interested in seeing the code that's generated by App Studio, so I'm guessing that if I don't make any changes to the code, I could continue using either App Studio or Visual Studio to publish the app. Is that correct?
I just discovered the gift voucher app but unfortunately it's not available for my 920. Now thinking I should have upgraded to the 1520 which has it. Still it's a solid move to give users a gift which I support. I'll still go on to a Lumia 930 as my next phone when it's available where I am. I just hope the 930 is a supported device and that the promo is still available by then.
To answer your question, I'd have spent a good deal of it on some language apps. I speak 4.1 languages, Shona, Ndebele, English, Spanish plus a very little bit of Japanese; I intend to pick up Italian, French and Mandarin in the not to distant future. A lot of the language learning apps I've seen are available at a cost of have a lot of in app purchases and of have liked to use the gift voucher on these.
It's not available for my 928 either. :(
I'm really enjoying this training, Rob!
I've downloaded the .zip file and extracted everything. In the zip file there's two folders, one is Calculator Solution and the other is Calculator Solution End. It looks to me as though Calculator Solution is the solution without any of the unit testing projects. Calculator Solution End requires me to connect to your TFS repository before I can open the solution. I'll give it a try, and I hope it will only allow me to connect as a guest.
I opened the Calculator Solution End solution, it did ask to get connected to your TFS. Here's the error it gave me:
But I think it's OK.