Most companies don't have dedicated development and test environments that are clean, easy to reset and similar to the production environment. This makes it very hard to test software applications. Visual Studio Lab Manager 2010 will allow you to define,
configure and create complete development…
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Are you a Microsoft Silverlight or Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) developer looking to get the most out of Microsoft Expression Blend? If so, tune in to this episode of geekSpeak where Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Corey Schuman highlights
5 key features of Expression Blend…
At the 2010 MVP Summit in Redmond, I met up with the always-fun Microsoft MVP Bruno Sonnino. Bruno has developed a ton of great utilities over the years, including many for PC Mag.
In this video, Bruno talks about
DiskPie Pro 2, a utility originally written in Delphi and recently rewritten in…
SharePoint is becoming the platform for business application developers. In this Live Meeting Jan Tielens and Lieven Iliano give an overview of SharePoint 2010. They cover the major capabilities, differences with previous versions and ways to get started.
Also Office 2010 is covered as it makes a…
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There hasn't been a better time to migrate to the newest Microsoft source control offering, Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Team Foundation Server, because Microsoft Visual SourceSafe support is ending soon and Team Foundation Server will be part of Microsoft
Developer Network (MSDN) subscriptions in…
Brian H. Prince sits down with
at the MVP summit to talk about how he built
GeoTwitter.org. We talk about how he designed his system to leverage multiple mapping engines and discuss what GeoRSS is, and why you might use it.
Source is on codeplex.
How do you find out about developer events? Find out by watching this clip. Save the dates for the PDC and mark your calendar for many SQL Saturdays and Code Camps coming your way. Not only is it important to know tools, but it is perhaps even more challenging just
keeping up with tool…
Jim Duffy, Visual Basic MVP, is one of the funniest people I know. At the MVP summit I grabbed him for a quick interview on how he uses Visual Basic and his favorite features, but what I didn't realize is how many smart a$$ answers I would get from him.
I got him back though -- just take a look at…
In this quick interview I catch Ken Getz, Visual Basic MVP, in the cafeteria of building 34 and we chat about his experiences with Visual Basic over the years and he tells me what he likes most about Visual Basic and Visual Studio. Check out Ken's
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I'm back at the loud brewery with Visual Basic MVP, Rob Windsor, chatting about how he got started with Visual Basic, how his applications evolved over the years, and some of the coolest applications he's built. You can hear the beer glasses clinking around
at this MVP party but I think I caught…