Top 10 Microsoft Developers Links for Monday, August 13th

This Week On Channel 9: Build sold out, Portable Class Library, eBooks galore, SQLite, WinRT and more Brian Harry: Introducing Kanban Charles Sterling: Launching the Feedback client from a Windows 8 application using Team Foundation Server Preview Jay Schmelzer: Building apps with Visual Studio and Windows Azure Visual Studio Magazine: Massaging Bound Data in WPF…

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Top 10 Microsoft Developer Links for Friday, August 3rd

Beth Massi: LightSwitch Community & Content Rollup–July 2012 Jim O’Neil: Windows 8 Notifications: Programmatic Concepts Hasibur Rahman: Random Traveler Sample in C++ AMP Alfred Thompson: Construct 2 – the HTML5 game maker Steven Lange: VS 2012 ALM Tidbits: The Feedback Client’s Two Modes D³: LIVE & Interactive:  The news segment from yesterday’s broadcast is now…

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Team System User Education on Scenario Topics

Take a look at a proposal (Visual Studio Team System User Education : Scenario Topics) from David Chesnut of the Team System User Education Team that looks to replace the current orientation-style topics found in the product documentation with something a bit more useful. As always, your feedback is crucial and greatly appreciated. To me,…

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Consolidated Setup Docs, or Not?

My previous team, Team System User Education, wants your feedback on publishing a consolidated set of docs for setup. Today, you need to read at least three different docs to install Team Foundation Server (readme, known issues, and the installation guide). What if we put all of this information in the installation guide? Do you…

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What Can Team Foundation Server Tell You?

Throughout the software development life cycle oodles of data streams into the Team Foundation Server data warehouse. It takes many data points to illustrate a trend and guide decision making for managing a project. The two process templates that ship with Team Foundation Server include a number of reports for visualizing this data. However, do…

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