Beginning LightSwitch in VS 2013 Part 5: May I? Controlling Access with User Permissions

NOTE: This is the Visual Studio 2013 update of the popular Beginning LightSwitch article series. For previous versions see: Visual Studio 2012: Part 5: May I? Controlling Access with User Permissions Visual Studio 2010: Part 5: May I? Controlling Access with User Permissions Welcome to Part 5 of the Beginning LightSwitch in Visual Studio 2013… Read more

LightSwitch Community & Content Rollup- November 2013

A while back I started posting a monthly rollup of interesting community happenings, content, samples and extensions popping up around Visual Studio LightSwitch. If you missed those rollups you can check them all out here: LightSwitch Community & Content Rollups. November was another exciting month with the Visual Studio Launch event and MVP summit taking… Read more

Beginning LightSwitch in VS 2013 Part 4: Too much information! Sorting and Filtering Data with Queries

NOTE: This is the Visual Studio 2013 update of the popular Beginning LightSwitch article series. For previous versions see: Visual Studio 2012: Part 4: Too much information! Sorting and Filtering Data with Queries Visual Studio 2010: Part 4: Too much information! Sorting and Filtering Data with Queries Welcome to Part 3 of the Beginning LightSwitch… Read more

LightSwitch Community & Content Rollup- October 2013

A while back I started posting a monthly rollup of interesting community happenings, content, samples and extensions popping up around Visual Studio LightSwitch. If you missed those rollups you can check them all out here: LightSwitch Community & Content Rollups. This month was an exciting month – we did it! We released Visual Studio 2013…. Read more

Beginning LightSwitch in VS 2013 Part 3: Screen Templates, Which One Do I Choose?

NOTE: This is the Visual Studio 2013 update of the popular Beginning LightSwitch article series. For previous versions see: Visual Studio 2012: Part 3: Screen Templates, Which One Do I Choose? Visual Studio 2010: Part 3: Screen Templates, Which One Do I Choose? Welcome to Part 3 of the Beginning LightSwitch in Visual Studio 2013… Read more

Beginning LightSwitch in VS 2013 Part 2: Feel the Love – Defining Data Relationships

NOTE: This is the Visual Studio 2013 update of the popular Beginning LightSwitch article series. For previous versions see: Visual Studio 2012: Part 2: Feel the Love – Defining Data Relationships Visual Studio 2010: Part 2: Feel the Love – Defining Data Relationships Welcome to Part 2 of the Beginning LightSwitch in Visual Studio 2013… Read more

Beginning LightSwitch in VS 2013 Part 1: What’s in a Table? Describing Your Data

NOTE: This is the Visual Studio 2013 update of the popular Beginning LightSwitch article series. For previous versions see: Visual Studio 2012: Part 1: What’s in a Table? Describing Your Data Visual Studio 2010: Part 1: What’s in a Table? Describing your Data Welcome to Part 1 of the Beginning LightSwitch in Visual Studio 2013… Read more

Trip Report: Silicon Valley Code Camp

This last weekend I spoke at Silicon Valley Code Camp — the biggest code camp in the world! I delivered two sessions that were very well attended — I think the room held about 50 people and both sessions were filled. Thanks all for coming! In the first session I focused on building HTML5-based business… Read more

LightSwitch Community & Content Rollup–September 2013

A while back I started posting a monthly rollup of interesting community happenings, content, samples and extensions popping up around Visual Studio LightSwitch. If you missed those rollups you can check them all out here: LightSwitch Community & Content Rollups. This month was exciting for us on the Visual Studio team as we’re driving hard… Read more

Cloud Business Apps & Visual Studio 2013 at Silicon Valley Code Camp!

I’ll be speaking again this year at the biggest code camp in the world – Silicon Valley Code Camp – on October 5th & 6th. I’ve been speaking there for years and it’s always a well run and very well attended code camp. If you’ve never attended and you’re in the San Francisco Bay Area… Read more