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Meet the Visual Studio 2015 Family

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Today, Microsoft announced the editions of Visual Studio 2015 that will be available when Visual Studio 2015 is made available later this summer. You might recall that they announced Visual Studio Community Edition last November (read more about its features here). They have now gone a step further and revamped the remaining Visual Studio editions... (read more)

Orlando Code Camp 2015

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It was nice to see everyone that came out to Orlando Code Camp 2015! As I understand it there were 800+ attendees and a ton of great speakers and content. I enjoyed doing my presentation entitled, "Single Page Applications for the ASP.NET Developer using AngularJS, TypeScript, and WebAPI" There was a great turn out and was I was happy to be there.

For those interested, here is the URL to the GitHub repository with the sample app:
BowlingSPA GitHub

This is the slide deck from the
presentation:


I really enjoy speaking at events put on by the Orlando .NET User Group (ONETUG). They are a fantastic group of individuals, and I look forward to hopefully speaking down in Orlando later this year at another user group event!
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#VisualStudio 2015 Product Line & Free upgrade offer from Microsoft

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Microsoft announced the Visual Studio 2015 Product Line and disclosed the upgrade path with a limited free upgrade offer to Visual Studio 2015 Enterprise Edition if you already have a subscription. Currently it is available as CTP 6 for download and plan to release in May 2015. Read further to know more about the product line, upgrade offer and the price tier. Also, sharing few links which might be a good read for you.   Day by day, Microsoft is making the developers life easier. Under one umbrella of Visual Studio 2015, you will be now able to develop applications
for various platforms and devices. Also, on 12th November 2014, they introduced the Visual Studio Community 2013 edition which is Free for individual developers, students, open source contributors and small teams. As per the new product line offer, Microsoft is bringing the value of Visual Studio Premium and Visual Studio Ultimate under one offering named Visual Studio Enterprise, when they release the product in this Summer (May 2015). The other packages will remain same i.e. Visual Studio Community edition will remain as it is and will be still free for individual developers, students, open source contributors and small teams....(Read whole news on source site)

Announcing the Visual Studio 2015 Product Lineup

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We’re continuing to improve upon the power and productivity of Visual Studio, making it easier to use, no matter what platform you’re on, no matter what app you’re building. We also want to make it easier for you to choose which edition of Visual Studio is the right one for you. Last November, we made Visual Studio Community 2013 available, our free, full featured and extensible IDE for non-enterprise application development. Today, we’re announcing the editions of Visual Studio 2015 that will be available when we release the final product this summer. I’m excited to share that we’re bringing the value
we deliver in Visual Studio Premium and Visual Studio Ultimate into one single offering called Visual Studio Enterprise with MSDN. It includes all the high value features you’re already familiar with in Visual Studio Ultimate, along with new innovation that’s coming with the 2015 release. So, in addition to Visual Studio Community and Visual Studio Professional with MSDN, our new Visual Studio Enterprise with MSDN rounds out the three primary Visual Studio 2015 offerings. We’ll continue to offer Visual Studio Professional, Team Foundation Server, Team Foundation Server Express, Visual Studio Express and MSDN Platforms as a part of the complete...(Read whole news on source site)

TWC9: Windows 10 Launch Date, Win10 Dev Tools, Azure Apps, API Tools, IoT and more... | This Week On Channel 9 | Channel 9

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Microsoft Surface Pro 3 vs Surface 3

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Microsoft had announced the Surface Pro 3 last year that had some interesting specification. In fact, Surface Pro 3 is my primary device for work now :). Microsoft Surface Pro 3 had the 12 inch display with the support of up to i7 processor (4th gen) and also with the memory of up to 8GB [...]
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Voting for CodeStock 2015 Is Open!

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The next CodeStock is approaching fast, and now it’s time for everyone to vote!  Unlike previous years, you don’t have to buy a ticket to vote, and you can vote for as many sessions as you want.  The voting website is also *much* improved from previous years! I’ve submitted three topics for this year.  If you’re interested in hearing about them, please vote for them! Aurelia vs. AngularJS: A client-side framework DEATHMATCH*
(*Ok, so no frameworks are actually going to be harmed in this session.
Well, we might poke at them with a stick, but I don't think either of them will die. But...) We will examine both AngularJS 1.x and the newest kid on the block, Aurelia. We'll compare the tooling for each, the major components of both frameworks, and we'll see how each handles common client-side problems like data binding and routing. By the end of this session, we may not have one less client-side framework, but hopefully you will know enough to decide which you'd rather build your next app on! How to Build Beautiful ASP.NET MVC Apps for Non-Designers ...(Read whole news on source site)

Trends for 2015

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It’s time to blow your mind with the amazing things going on around the world. Each year, I try to create a bird’s-eye view of key trends.   It’s a mash up of all the changes in technology, consumerism, and ideas that seem to be taking off. Here are my trends for 2015: Trends for 2015:  The Year of Digital Transformation I call it the year of Digital Transformation because of the encroachment of technology into all things business, work, and life. Technology is everywhere (and it’s on more wrists than I’ve ever seen
before.) What’s different now is how the combination of Cloud + Mobile + Social + Big Data + Internet-of-Things are really changing how business gets done.  Businesses around the world are using Cloud, Mobile, Social, Big Data, and Internet-of-Things to leap frog ahead of their competitors and to differentiate in new and exciting ways. Businesses around the world are using technology to gains insights and to shape their customer experience, transform their workforce, and streamline their back-office operations. It’s a new race for leadership positions in the Digital Economy.   With infinite compute and capacity, along with new...(Read whole news on source site)

Announcing the Visual Studio 2015 Product Line

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We’re continuing to improve upon the power and productivity of Visual Studio, making it easier to use, no matter what platform you’re on, no matter what app you’re building. We also want to make it easier for you to choose which edition of Visual Studio is the right one for you. Last November, we made Visual Studio Community 2013 available, our free, full featured and extensible IDE for non-enterprise application development. Today, we’re announcing the editions of Visual Studio 2015 that will be available when we release the final product this summer. I’m excited to share that we’re bringing the value
we deliver in Visual Studio Premium and Visual Studio Ultimate into one single offering called Visual Studio Enterprise with MSDN. It includes all the high value features you’re already familiar with in Visual Studio Ultimate, along with new innovation that’s coming with the 2015 release. So, in addition to Visual Studio Community and Visual Studio Professional with MSDN, our new Visual Studio Enterprise with MSDN rounds out the three primary Visual Studio 2015 offerings. We’ll continue to offer Visual Studio Professional, Team Foundation Server, Team Foundation Server Express, Visual Studio Express and MSDN Platforms as a part of the complete...(Read whole news on source site)

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