Unless you’ve been on holidays for the last week on an island without internet, you’ve probably heard that Microsoft announced that Roslyn is now available as Open-Source. Roslyn is the next C# and VB.NET compiler, developed with these languages. It … Continue reading →
We have heard many customers express the desire that we bring back support for Visual Studio Installer projects. In fact this was one of the topmost voted on suggestions on User Voice for Visual Studio and with this extension release we hope to address your feedback both here on the blog and on UserVoice. We’re happy today to announce the preview availability of the Visual Studio Installer Projects Extension. This preview release provides support for Visual Studio Installer projects in Visual Studio 2013. You can download the extension from the Visual Studio Gallery. To use this extension you can
either open the Extensions and Updates dialog, select the online node and search for “Visual Studio Installer Projects Extension” or you can click here to go directly to the Visual Studio Gallery page that hosts the control. Once you have finished installing the extension and restarted Visual Studio you will be able to open existing Visual Studio Installer Projects or create new ones. Our intention with this extension is to give those of you with Visual Studio Installer projects the same functionality that you currently have in Visual Studio 2010. This extension enables those customer who aren’t using Visual Studio Installer...(Read whole news on source site)
I am currently 2k meters up the side of a mountain in the French Alps and while skiing is fun it takes its toll on my knees that are already a bit dodgy. Thus I have been Skiing in the mornings and sunning myself in the afternoons. It is about 25 degrees Celsius here during [...] The post Blogging from 2500 meters appeared first on naked ALM - Experts in ALM, TFS & lean-agile with Scrum.
Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/TATWORTH/archive/2014/04/17/apress-free-e-book-for-17apr2014-only---foundation-version-control.aspx The APress $10 Deal of the day at http://www.apress.com/9781430239727 is an E-book - Foundation Version Control for Web Developers. "Foundation Version Control for Web Developers explains how version control works, what you can do with it and how, using the three leading systems—SVN, Git and Mercurial—on multiple operating systems"
Recall that you can set the width of a column in a Grid (or height of a row) in three different ways: auto, explicit size, or star sizing. When you’re using the SharedSizeGroup property to set multiple columns (or rows) to the same width (or height), the method that you use for setting the column width (or row height) […]