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This week on Channel 9, Brian and Dan discuss the week's top developer news, including;

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  • Vesuviusvesuvius Count Orlock

    I have a pretty large .NET 4.0 application that I have been unable to use Visual Studio 2012 and 2013 on, but will certainty now get a VS 2013 license and use async and entity framework. We also have dozens of utility apps with setup installers that we can now update Visual Studio and continue to support without having to rewrite all the installers, so well done Tony, this is very much appreciated and Microsoft moving in the right direction

  • US is now 3rd =)

     

    MOST INFECTED

    1. Russia
    2. Vietnam
    3. United States
    4. India

     

    Good show, thanks guys =D

  • Pick of the Week:

    [10:17] Tricks for catching up on the Channel 9 event videos for Build 2014 (Jon Galloway)

    Great productivity tip and tool(s) - Thanks!

  • Thanks for the shoutout on my post.

    Dan, the reason I use VLC for these is because it can create a playlist from an RSS feed. Windows Media Player doesn't do that. Also, while Windows Media Player does have high speed playback, it's a little trickier to get to if you want to control the playback speed more than the preset 1.4x "Fast" speed - right-click, enhancements, play speed brings up a floating window with slider. VLC has a handy shortcut - ] is 10% faster, [ is 10% slower.

    Those tips are listed in no real order, I've been using the HTML5 playback speed in the browser pretty often, too. So many good videos to catch up on!

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