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Entity Framework Designer Gets Some Love in Visual Studio 2012
Edumatter M12: School Math Calculators and Equation Solvers
What’s New in ASP.NET 4.5 and Visual Studio 2012
The Simplest Thing Possible: Windows Azure Web Site Deployment with TFS 2012
In the last 12 months, Windows Azure has undergone a dramatic transformation. It’s gone from “What is it?” to “We need it!” in very short order. Much, if not all of this, can be attributed to the stellar leadership of Scott Guthrie and his team. It should come as no surprise the ASP.Net team, which includes all the goodies from ASP.Net MVC, Web API and SignalR to name a few, were and continue to be under ScottGu’s leadership. It’s another reminder of what the power of people (really smart people to boot), working together in furtherance of a common vision can accomplish. Today, Windows Azure is a manifestation of that accomplishment. Windows Azure is actually many things. It can host TFS, Windows (obviously), SQL Server as well as other non-Windows technologies like PHP, Ubuntu, Java, Node.js to name a few. Windows Azure also has the capacity to host “Big Data” and to be a full-fledged media server. One of the biggest catch phrases today is “Infrastructure as a Service” (IaaS). Though its virtual machine features, Windows Azure delivers this capability as well. For the full details on what Windows Azure can deliver, navigate to windowsazure.com.
New and Useful Features in Visual Studio 2012
Here we are again with a new Visual Studio. It’s hard to believe that 10 years have passed since Visual Studio .NET (codename Rainer) was released. Rainer represented a watershed moment for Windows developers as the promise of a unified language environment had finally been delivered.
“Napa” Development Tools for SharePoint 2013 and Office 2013
One of the biggest issues in getting started with SharePoint development are the 2091097 steps you need to go through, and the heavy duty machine you need to invest in, to create a development environment for a SharePoint and Office developer. This is not unlike the fact that creating and running a production SharePoint farm can be extremely time-consuming.
The Baker’s Dozen Doubleheader: 26 Productivity Tips for Optimizing SQL Server Queries (Part 2 of 2)
In part two of this series on optimizing SQL Server queries I’m going to continue with some T-SQL scenarios that pit one approach versus another. I’ll also look at what SQL developers can do to optimize certain data access scenarios. I’ll also compare approaches with temporary tables versus table variables, and stored procedures versus views.
CODE Magazine: 2012 Nov/Dec
Visual Studio 2012 is finally here! This issue will cover numerous improvements to Visual Studio 2012 including: IDE Changes, .NET Framework enhancements, web development changes. Join is as we uncover features that will make your life better.