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  • Nov 18, 2015
    blog

    Sixty million Office 365 targets light up for developers

    A recent conversation with Rob Lefferts, Microsoft GM of Office Extensibility (I bet some think he is in charge of extending office space) moved me to think just how extensible the overall Office suite is right now. In this context, Office is the complete collection of the desktop applications (Word, Excel, etc.), the servers (Exchange, SharePoint, etc.), and includes new offerings such as Sway. As such, it’s a pretty broad canvas for which Microsoft has to provide the necessary APIs and tool sets to allow developers to work their magic....More
  • Apr 2, 2014
    video

    Session 2: Distributed Team Collaboration  

    You'll learn how Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) supports thousands of developers online and offline by providing a centralized version control system that supports branching and merging, low-level permission management, and full auditing that supports regulatory compliance needs. This session also explains how to take advantage of the Git-based repository that supports full-distributed version control with all capabilities of TFS, along with how you can leverage changesets and Git commits with code comments through the Web Access interface....More
  • Mar 14, 2014
    video
    Windows IT Pro

    Session 3: Collaboration Across All Roles  

    In the final session, we'll dive into different techniques you can utilize to increase collaboration across different roles. We'll cover Team Rooms, Agile Portfolio Management, Storyboards, and more as effective tools for better collaboration....More
  • Mar 14, 2014
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    Windows IT Pro

    Session 1: Developer Collaboration  

    In this session, we'll discuss several different new features in Visual Studio 2013 that helps facilitate feedback among peers, real-time collaboration between virtual teams, and tips and tricks for working within the code editor to better understand the code you're working on. We'll discuss features such as Code Reviews, VSAnywhere, CodeLens, and more....More
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