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Liquid Newsletter Template Week:43
Year:2012
Date:2012-Oct-23
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How to persuade your management that you should upgrade to TFS 2012
You may have clearly identified the new capabilities that you’d like to use in TFS 2012, but if you need some assistance in helping to demonstrate the benefits of upgrading then you might be interested in the presentation that Graham Pembery has put together on his blog.

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Get In on the Action: Learn Windows 8 with Hands-on Labs
By now, hopefully you’ve had a chance to get your Windows Store Developer Account up and running. If not, get on it! Remember, if you have an MSDN subscription, a DreamSpark account (for students registered in select, accredited, post-secondary educational institutions) or BizSpark, you can activate a free 1 year membership. See my post from last week on how to make the registration process quick and painless.

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SilverlightShow Contest: Win a Pass for Visual Studio Live! Orlando Conference
SilverlightShow and Visual Studio Live! conference will be again sending one SilverlightShow member to the next Visual Studio Live event! After giving away a free pass for Visual Studio Live! Las Vegas in March, Visual Studio Live! New York in May, and Visual Studio Live! Redmond in August, we are now looking forward to Visual Studio Live! Orlando conference, taking place at Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando, December 10-14, 2012!

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Noteworthy server software for you to try!
We tested them and they rock! For all of you ITs out there and not only, here is a compilation of the newest in server software for you to download. Try them enjoy the new features they bring. Hyper-V Server 2012 System Center and Private Cloud / Version 2012 System Center Private Cloud Media Windows Server / Version 2012

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Consuming SOAP Web Services in Windows 8 HTML5 Applications
What can you do when you need to consume a SOAP service with javascript? How can you avoid dealing with the complexity of the SOAP messages. The following gives you a simple but complete example.

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Videos we favorited

Yet Another Podcast #79–HTML5 for .NET Programmers

Jim Jackson and Ian Gilman, authors of HTML5 for .NET Developers join Jon Galloway and myself to discuss HTML5, JavaScript and related topics.

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