Visual Studio Tips and Tricks – new features in Visual Studio 2013

VisualStudioLogo Susan Ibach and Christopher Harrison present new features in Visual Studio 2013 on Microsoft Virtual Academy.

I’ve been blogging about different Visual Studio features on GoDevMental, so when the opportunity came along to do a presentation to highlight some of the great new features in Visual Studio 2013, I couldn’t resist. I love sharing great tips on how to get the most out of Visual Studio.

Tomorrow, Thursday December 12th, 2013, I’ll be presenting New Features in Visual Studio 2013 with the help of Microsoft Certified Trainer, Christopher Harrison on Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA). You may have seen Christopher on MVA before, he presented ASP.NET MVC 4 Jump Start, and Developing SharePoint Server 2013 Core Solutions Jump Start. He will also be presenting Developing SharePoint Server Advanced Solutions Friday December 13th, 2013.

The recording is now available here

What will be covered?

  • Integrated Development Environment features – there are some new features in Visual Studio that can be used by any developer regardless of your preferred programming language or target platform. This session will show you new tips & tricks in Visual Studio 2013!
  • Web features – See what’s new for  web developers, that includes HTML, ASP.NET, Cloud, and Office 365 developers.
  • Application Lifecycle Management features – whether you are working on a small project or a big one, the ability to capture requirements, track work across team members, plan releases, and communicate with team members is essential. Visual Studio online and TFS 2013 offer some great improvements to help you with your projects.
  • Mobile app development features – More and more developers are building for mobile devices, check out what’s been added to make building apps for Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone easier and faster.

If you can, join us live tomorrow, Thursday December 12th starting at 10:30 AM Pacific time. Register here.

If you can’t join us live, the recorded sessions will be available along with all lots of other great content on demand afterwards at Microsoft Virtual Academy.

Where can I get Visual Studio 2013?

  • Students can download it at no charge at DreamSpark
  • MSDN subscribers can download Visual Studio 2013 today. (Don’t forget startup companies may qualify for free MSDN through BizSpark)
  • Anyone can download the express versions or a trial version at Visual Studio Downloads.
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