Monthly Archives: May 2016

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Written on May, 20, 2016 by in | Leave a comment

[Cross-posted from blog.davemdavis.net] When Microsoft first announced the HoloLens, I was interested in the possibilities that this device opened up. When I tried it a few months later at Build 2015, I knew I had to get my hands on it and start to developing for it.  This past winter, Microsoft announced that they were going to start selling developer …

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Written on May, 09, 2016 by in | Leave a comment

(cross-posted to Bob German’s Vantage Point) This week Microsoft mapped out a bold new plan for SharePoint. Microsoft is investing heavily to modernize the product to make it work as well in the Device and Cloud era as it once did in when the Web was still shiny and new. This article will explain how these changes could affect your …

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Written on May, 06, 2016 by in | Leave a comment

Microsoft MVP Doug Finke asks “Who moved the cheese” about Microsoft’s new modern editor, Visual Studio Code. It’s code editing, redefined, free, open source and runs everywhere. • Intelligent editing • Powerful debugging • Built-in Git support • Hundreds of extensions Read more at Doug’s Blog: Development In A Blink

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Written on May, 03, 2016 by in | Leave a comment

Microsoft recently started enabling a new user experience for document management within SharePoint Online, part of Office 365. The user interface is much like that of OneDrive/OneDrive for Business. Microsoft’s description of the new capability highlights simpler navigation, phone and tablet capability, and faster performance. The user’s expectations, however, are very much challenged compared to what is now being referred …

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