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Free Microsoft E-Books

One of the most valueable thing is knowledge, therefore every way we can have access to it is most welcome.   Microsoft has over the years been releasing e-books for free on their technologies, and now we have a MONSTER

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Posted in .NET, Sharepoint 2010, Sharepoint 2013

Visual Studio 11 – Productivity Booster !!!

Last Wednesday I went to a Microsoft’s Portugal Event on Visual Studio 11, it has been a while since my last event and the topic is very interesting to me. This was an event that was divided into 6 sessions:

Posted in .NET, Other, Sharepoint, Sharepoint 2010

ASP.NET MVC, Web API, Razor and Open Source by Scott Gu

Scott Gu has announced that Microsoft has made available the source code of ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET Web API and ASP.NET Web Pages (Razor) using the Codeplex site. I believe this is a most exciting news to every developer that uses

Posted in .NET

DevDays 2009

Is has been announced for a few days now, but it is still important to make the alert: The DevDays 2009 will take place at the 18th and 19th February in the TagusPark Técnico Campus.  Because it will probably be

Posted in .NET, Sharepoint

Announcing Azure Services Platform

From PDC 2008 day 1 the anouncement of the Azure Services Platform, an exciting services platform that will allow “developers to create applications and services that run in the cloud or to create web, mobile, or hybrid applications that extend

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Silverlight 2.0 is available

Microsoft has announced the release of Silverlight 2.0. “Silverlight 2 delivers a wide range of new features and tools that enable designers and developers to better collaborate while creating more accessible, more discoverable and more secure user experiences. . .

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The importance of reusable development

When you develop a project you have to take into consideration a lot of things, but one that it is often forgotten is to build components you can later reuse in other projects, there are a lot of reasons for

Posted in .NET, CMS, Other, Sharepoint, Sharepoint
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