Content in the Coding Category
Want to develop your apps for mobile devices? You’ll need to install the right tools to get the job done. Visual Studio 2012 offers a powerful development environment to build great apps quickly. There are valuable 3rd party tools that you will need too.
Learn how to use MSBuild in different tasks. The Microsoft Build Engine (MSBuild) is the build platform for Microsoft and Visual Studio. MSBuild is completely transparent with regards to how it processes and builds software, enabling developers to orchestrate and build products in build lab environments where Visual Studio is not installed.
Mobile traffic on the web is exploding. Are you ready? HTML5 can enable you to create mobile sites and applications VERY quickly. ASP.NET MVC 4 includes new mobile-friendly templates, a focus on responsive design as well as dedicated mobile templates that leverage jQuery and jQuery mobile.
The next release of Visual Studio has a major new language feature in VB/C#, “Async”. It will make for more responsive UIs, better performing web ASP websites, better network coding, and easier use of Phone/Silverlight/Windows APIs. Come to this talk to learn how it works and how to use it effectively. Learn how the .NET framework is changing to adapt to the Task-based Asynchronous Pattern. Learn what you should be doing right now to make your code ready for Async when it gets released.
This video guides you through what’s new in Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2012, changes in the Visual Studio Scrum template, how to use the new Agile project management tools and many other best practices.