@mdonatas:I agree and i do not understand this. I always enjoyed to watch Erik's interviews on C9, but especially his Haskell series. I am myself european and to say so i personally f.... on f-bombs, but after having worked more than a decade for ms i do not quite understand this aggressive approach towards ms in this talk.
thanks a lot for the info.
Hi, are there any significant changes between the RTM-versions of VS2013 and TFS2013 being available on MSDN since October and the currently released ones.
The ISO's have slightly different names and the hashes differ as well.
I absolutely agree, many thanks for all of the modules.
In fact not just interesting for folks coming from Oracle, simply one of the best, yet deep introductions into most of all aspects of SQL Server that i personally ever found.
Thx again, Winfried
Hooray, even NuGet Package Explorer goes "ALL CAPS" now!
Same with me, agree with the above said.
Most parts of the UI are still that much monochromatic that it's really hard to distinguish icons. items and windows borders.
Especially the Windows Forms Toolbox and the SCC-Explorer lack a that lot of color that - at least i - have to begin to read each items caption to get some orientation.
From my perspective color just needs to be a configurable option (propose a 'colorful' theme), same with all caps. Who is happy with grey or dark theme and all caps sticks with that optiion, all other go with colors. if they feel more comfortable.