How to Improve Your Architecture and Code Reviews with Marcel De Vries and Terje Sandstrom
Adam Cogan sits down with Marcel de Vries and Terje Sandstrom to breakdown the Software Development process.
‘An iPhone Eye for the .NET Guy’ – DDD Brisbane: Andrew Harcourt
Andrew Harcourt covers the basics of developing on the iOS platform using C# Andrew discusses why we would want to develop for the platform in the first place and the benefits it brings. In his demo, Andrew creates a “Hello, world!” app, and provides us with a look at a real-world, production codebase He covers…
‘Zero to Everywhere with ASP.NET MVC’ with Damian Brady – DDD Brisbane
Our very own Damian Brady took the stage at the DDD event in Brisbane to talk ASP.NET MVC Mobile devices like tablets and phones are quickly becoming the primary way people access the web. So why are so many sites still not designed for them? With ASP.NET MVC, it’s easier than ever to literally put…
Protecting your Web Apps from the Tyranny of Evil with OWASP – Troy Hunt
Troy Hunt discusses: Why we need to talk more about web app security Who OWASP is and what are they doing for us The OWASP Top 10 web app security risks What each risk is Exploiting the risk Protecting against the risk
TFS Storyboarding tools in PowerPoint – Interview with Justin Marks
Adam Cogan caught up with Justin Marks to talk about the TFS Storyboarding Tool. In this interview they cover: Justin Marks’ history at Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 TFS PowerPoint as a platform for storyboarding Demo PowerPoint vs Balsamic and other storyboarding tools
Exploring ASP.NET, MVC and BETA 3 with Justin King
In this video, Justin King discusses: ASP.NET MVC BETA 3 Demos building a shopping website using Visual Studio 2010 Reasons to switch to ASP.NET. — Want to build a website? SSW has the resources to develop sites of any scope, from ongoing maintenance tasks to the implementation of large complex sites. Know more.
How To Use CoffeeScript + SASS + LESS in Visual Studio 2010 with Eric Phan
Debugger Canvas in Visual Studio 2010 with Eric Phan
Debugger Canvas is a new user experience for the debugger in Visual Studio Ultimate. It pulls together the code you’re exploring onto a single pan-and-zoom display. As you hit breakpoints or step into code, Debugger Canvas shows just the methods that you’re debugging, with call lines and local variables, to help you see the bigger…
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