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XCode vs. Eclipse vs. Visual Studio – Developer Efficiency on iPhone, Android, Windows Phone (Video)

Just a quick video to show the difference on how fast it is to create a simple “Hello World” app on all 3 platforms.

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Windows 8 Consumer Preview + Visual Studio 11 Beta Developer Tools Download Links

It’s Windows reimagined and reinvented from a solid core of Windows 7 speed and reliability. It’s an all-new touch interface. It’s a new Windows for new devices. Download Windows 8 Consumer Preview – http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-8/download Microsoft Visual Studio 11 Express Beta for Windows 8 is your tool to build Metro style apps. It includes the Windows 8 SDK, Blend for Visual Studio, and project templates. Download Visual Studio 11 …

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HTML5 & CSS3 Update for Visual Studio 2010

Finally! HTML5 & CSS3 standards support for Visual Studio 2010. Download it now! HTML5 VS Web Standards Update provides you intellisense and validation for most common HTML 5 features like: [wpcol_1half id=”” class=”” style=””] Video & related tags Audio & related tag New input types like email, url, date etc Drag & Drop support [/wpcol_1half] [wpcol_1half_end id=”” class=”” style=””] Accessibility …

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dotPeek – Replacement for .NET Reflector

Ever since the announcement of a paid-for product, .NET Reflector by RedGate which has been a free application that is now an essential tool to many .NET developers, there has been an uproar among the community developers regarding this move to completely change a free essential developer tool to a paid-for app. JetBrains, the creator of the famous and popular ReSharper, …

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Showcasing Visual Studio Productivity Power Tools at Singapore .NET User Group

Microsoft Visual Studio Productivity Power Tools is a set of extensions to Visual Studio Professional (and above) which improves developer productivity. Much of these new productivity enhancements are unknown to a lot of developers. This session will showcase most (if not all) the 21 various enhancements that you’re not using yet! Download the Visual Studio Productivity Power Tools here if …

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Microsoft Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) Practitioner Conference in Malaysia

If you are an ALM practitioner, lead, or manager who is passionate about mastering your craft, the Microsoft Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) practitioner conference will help you gain deeper insight into your application lifecycle. You will also discover and learn about industry best practices that address additional development challenges, and how Microsoft’s ALM Solutions enable and support those best practices. …

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Moving to Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 – Free ebook

Who Is This Book for? This book is for professional developers who are working with previous versions of Visual Studio and are looking to make the move to Visual Studio 2010 Professional. What Is the Book About? The book is not a language primer, a language reference, or a single technology book. It’s a book that will help professional developers …

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Community Technology Update 2010 – Unvealing SQL Server 2008 R2 and Visual Studio 2010

{Community} Technology Update 2010 The Singapore user group communities, Professional .NET User Group, SQL Server User Group, and Windows IT Pros User Group, once again, have come together to bring to you a day of in-depth sessions and demonstrations of the new Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 and Visual Studio 2010. Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 is packed with a wealth of new features and …

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My List of Tools for Visual Studio 2010

This is just a compilation of tools and software for Visual Studio 2010 for my own use to keep track of what I’m interested in. It might help someone out there. I’ll sort it out when I have the time, and put some descriptions. If you have any others, please comment and I’ll add to the list. Visual Studio 2010 …

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Community Technology Update (CTU) 2009 II

I’ll be speaking at the Community Technology Update (CTU) 2009 II event on “What’s new in .NET Framework 4.0“. I’ll be covering the following: This talk give an overview and cover as many changes in the .NET Framework 4.0 as possible in the time allocated, from the BCL (Base Class Library) to various interesting additions like the Managed Extensibility Framework, …

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