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MSDN Radio: Visual Studio 2010 Secret Ninja Tips & Tricks with Zain Naboulsi

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Developer tools have made incredible advances in making it easier to express our creativity and productivity by adding new features and capabilities to the integrated development environment (IDE). This week we sit down with Zain Naboulsi, host of the popular Visual Studio Tips & Tricks blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/b/zainnab/), to talk about the hidden gems of Microsoft Visual Studio that developers need to know. This show is hosted by Mike Benkovich and Mithun Dhar.

MSDN Radio is a weekly Developer talk-show that helps answer your questions about the latest Microsoft news, solutions, and technologies. We dive into the challenges of deciphering today’s technology stack. Visit www.MSDNRadio.com for previous and upcoming shows.

Guest: Zain Naboulsi, Senior Developer Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation

For over 15 years Zain has been teaching and consulting on the latest Microsoft technologies. He’s been a Consultant and Microsoft Certified Trainer since 1995. He is the creator of Online Community Evangelism which is an effort to build communities in virtual places like LinkedIn, Facebook, and OpenSim. He is not only a proponent of the community aspect of virtual environments but also is a supporter of the myriad business applications that these new mediums offer. Zain’s efforts have been
featured by eWeek, Redmond Developer News, and many others. He has been interviewed by Forrester Research, ThinkBalm, UgoTrade, Gartner, and the Science Channel for his work with online communities. He is a frequent speaker at events in LinkedIn, Facebook, ReactionGrid, and other online venues. Zain also lectures world-wide to evangelize the future of online communities.

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