From Episode 4 – Shiny and New | March 7, 2012
Additional Resources (thanks to Susan Ibach for the original blog post)
- Visual Studio 11 Beta home page
- What’s new in Visual Studio 11 Beta – Visual Studio product page
- The Road to Visual Studio 11 BETA AND .net 4.5 Beta – blog post by S.Somasegar
- Sneak Preview of Visual Studio 11 and .NET Framework 4.5 Beta – blog post by Jason Zander
- Coming Soon: TFS Express – blog post by Brian Harry
- Introducing the New Developer Experience – blog post from Visual Studio Blog
- Visual Studio 11 Beta Go Live – Information on how to go live with the Visual Studio 11 Beta and .NET Framework 4.5 Beta
In addition, stay tuned to Jason Zander’s WebLog for additional blog posts that drive deep into the different areas of the beta.
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Joel is a founder of Imaginet and also services as the Executive VP at Telerik in charge of the Agile Project Management division. He is also a Microsoft Regional Director and MVP Microsoft ALM and has a degree in Computer Science. With over 18 years of experience, Joel specializes in helping organizations around the world realize their potential through maturing their software development and information technology practices. Joel is passionate about Application Lifecycle Management tooling, techniques, and mindsets and regularly speaks at conferences around the world on a wide range of ALM topics. Joel is also the co-author of "Managing Projects with Microsoft Visual Studio Team System" published by Microsoft Press as well as dozens of other articles for popular trade magazines.
David Wesst has been working with web and user experience development for the past 5 years and currently works for Imaginet as a User Experience Consultant in Winnipeg, Manitoba. After finishing university, David has continued to follow his passion about the future of web development, experience design, technology, and game development both in and outside of the workplace. David has spoken at a number of conferences across Canada about HTML5 development and recently received his MVP award in the area of Internet Explorer.
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