Category: English Post

[#HOLOLENS] Updates on the #FAQ

[#HOLOLENS] Updates on the #FAQ

Hello! Quick post today because I’m without internet. Next week we will have plenty of interesting news related to HoloLensduring the //Build event. However, it seems that a non scheduled publish action was run yesterday and now we can see some interesting details on the new HoloLens main page (link) For example -The core of this new […]

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[#VS2015] String Interpolation vs String.Format (your team will love you)

[#VS2015] String Interpolation vs String.Format (your team will love you)

Hello! I was trying to use Visual Studio 2015 as my main development IDE for a while. The new versions are more stable, so I use it more and more and I’ve not opened Visual Studio 2013 for a while. One of the best features in VS2015 is Roslyn as main compiler for .Net. This opens a new world of possibilities for writing code […]

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[#HUMOR] Your plan is not good (not good at all!!)

[#HUMOR] Your plan is not good (not good at all!!)

Hi!
The next video is probably the best way to tell someone how bad is him/her idea

Greetings @ Home
/El Bruno
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[#AZURE] Azure #MachineLearning free eBook

[#AZURE] Azure #MachineLearning free eBook

Hello! Today is a short post, now is time for some running series and my legs are not in the mood. A few days ago I wrote a post with some options to start with Machine Learning. One of the options was Azure Machine Learning. Today I read that the our MSPress friends have released a free book on […]

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[#VS2015] New features in Exception Settings (now as a panel!)

[#VS2015] New features in Exception Settings (now as a panel!)

Hello! If you’re a fan of the keyboard shortcuts in Visual Studio, the you now and use CTRL + ALT + E. This is a classic one when you are in debug mode. This shortcut will display the Exception settings where you can define the type of exceptions in wich Visual Studio must interrupt in a debugging session. […]

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[#ALM] Is your team too big?

[#ALM] Is your team too big?

Hello! For us, the developers, when we talk about the ideal size of a team, we always tend to think in the number 7. It may be because of the Scrum and agile methodologies influence, but it seems that 7 is a number that we all feel comfortable. Today April 15th, I strongly believe that 7 is the ideal […]

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[#VS2015] TFS Source Control Explorer Extension for Visual Studio 2015

[#VS2015] TFS Source Control Explorer Extension for Visual Studio 2015

Hello! I’ve got to start with this “this extension is a #MustHave if you work with Visual Studio and TFS”. And now the good news, now is available for Visual Studio 2015. I think that after this, I have fewer chances to go back to VS2013, and my work will be done from Visual Studio 2015 By […]

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[#MACHINELEARNING] #Amazon joins the game ;)

[#MACHINELEARNING] #Amazon joins the game ;)

Hello! A couple of days ago I wrote a post with some additional options to Azure Machine Learning to start in the world of Machine Learning. Not long ago, and following the footsteps of AzureML, Amazon has now presented its ML service called Amazon Machine Learning. Did not put the Credit Card to still view […]

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[#ALM] Visual Studio Online free eBook (eng)

[#ALM] Visual Studio Online free eBook (eng)

Hello! Excellent news if you are looking for some new content to add in your Kindle. If you are looking for a good intro for manage agile projects using Visual Studio Online as main platform, you’ve to thanks our Microsoft Press friends. They now give you the chance of free download the following book: ‘ Managing Agile Open-Source Software Projects […]

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[#RESHARPER] R# for C++, there let’s go for #IoT

[#RESHARPER] R# for C++, there let’s go for #IoT

Good! Yesterday in a thread on Twitter, some cronies began to talk about the benefits of JavaScript. Others commented that not all JavaScript in life and I told them that in the world of the brave, we are back to C++. For example Visual Studio as C++ development IDE is very good. The truth is […]

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