VS Anywhere is a third-party tool for Visual Studio. It helps to increase the collaboration between team members and especially developers. VS Anywhere will also allow knowledge transfer where Developers can setup and join a real-time learning session on-demand.
Do you think that great programmers are born, not made? What do you think about that statement? Take a look at the post below by Dave. I’d love to hear some of your opinions in the comments section below. If you enjoy this post, you might also like one of my previous posts: IT Professionals, An Evolutionary Tale.
Lastly, Abhijit Jana shares a real gem of a Visual Studio tip to import and export breakpoints. Some of you might know it already, but I still feel that it is really worth a mention.
There we go, it’s Friday. Have an excellent day today! Here is The Daily Six Pack!
Feature link: VS Anywhere
- Visual Studio Collaboration, Anywhere, Mickey Gousset
- Eight changes I’d like to see in Windows 8.1 (but probably won’t), Ed Bott
- Great programmers are born, not made, Dave
- TechEd Presentations Now Online: Building Modern, HTML5-Based Business Apps with LightSwitch, Beth Massi
- Considerations before renaming your Microsoft Account, Shawn Keene
- Import and Export Breakpoints in Visual Studio, Abhijit Jana
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- The Dev Box by Janes Oosthuizen
- Dew Drop by Alvin Ashcraft
- Regular Geek by Robert Diana
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Today’s xkcd comic is another great gem! Pure quality!
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