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. Once you have the tools and you’re sold on the opportunity…What’s…Read More
Book Adam Now Adam Cogan interviews Mark Groves from Microsoft about Visual Studio 2012. They discuss: Mark Groves’ history at Microsoft What’s new in Visual Studio 2012 What the best new features are How someone can review someone else’s code, and give actionable feedbackRead More
Book Adam Now All the way from Texas, Chris Menegay – an IT Specialist and Entrepreneur (currently working at Microsoft) – sits down with Adam Cogan to talk about Visual Studio 2012; specifically on whether Visual Studio 2012 Ultimate is worth the extra dollars. In this interview, they talk about: Chris’s job at Microsoft as…Read More
Originally broadcasted live on the 31st of May 2012 This Webinar, hosted by SSW’s Eric Phan, focuses on the key points of interest regarding MVC and is a must watch for any .NET developer. The topics include: A history of the platform ASP Classic ASP.Net Web Forms ASP.NET MVC Why clients and devs choose MVC…Read More
Kate Gregory explains in language that a C# guy can understand, what is cool about C++ She then explains: Templates vs Generics Libraries C++ AMP C# Bottlenecks/Pitfalls Unit Testing – Testing code with code Bad Habits with Clients Visual Studio Writing for iPhones/iPads Show Notes Learn more from Kate about the C++ language: bit.ly/kate_pluralsight C++…Read More
Adam Cogan interviews Doug Turnure, the man in charge of all user feedback involving TFS and Visual Studio over at Microsoft. They cover:
- Doug’s history at Microsoft
- How Doug manages and orginazes the feedback using User Voice
- Furture versions of User Voice
- Indepth look at how Doug uses User Voice to monitor feedback
- Top feedback suggestion submitted by users
Doug lead’s the feedback and early adoption strategy for Visual Studio and the .NET Framework. This includes both strategic planning and driving process improvements, which can get fairly complex for a distributed team of more than 1000 people.
His specific areas include pre-release technology adoption by enterprise customers, Improved listening systems for better conversations with customers, and end-to-end process improvement for handling customer feedback.