Tag Archives: Microsoft
We’ve been using Lync for some time on Windows and Mac. Microsoft has moved on with Skype for business on the Windows platform. Now a preview for the Mac is available and I decided to sign up for the preview … Continue reading
Last week recap and links: Web Deployment Package with parameters.xml, use parameters.xml to customize web deploy Creating Charts in Excel 2013 That Show Trends, clever use of data types to create charts for date/time sequence Microsoft’s Windows 10 hardware event … Continue reading
I’m attending Techdays 2012 in The Hague. Check back for a summary of the talks and the geeknight.
Declarative refactoring C#Chris showed the ?? operator that is the ? operator that tests if a nullable type is null and provides a default. He also showed the Tuple.Create and the dynamic type to remove out parameters, Yield return can … Continue reading
KeynoteThe days started with Arie talking us through the keynote.Scott talked about old programming languages, followed by the MVC and the concept of (Lego) blocks. How everything should be pluggable and fit together. Wade spoke of the Windows Azure Appfabric … Continue reading