Back in 2010 I was getting ready to build an app for Windows Phone. I did publish the app to the Windows Store Bike Stations, great learning exercise.
Now I’m getting ready to build some Microsoft HoloLens apps.
- Received confirmation: Wave 2 – probably the invitation to buy will be around June/July 2016
- Updated Visual Studio 2015 Update 2
- Installed the HoloLens emulator
- Compiled HelloHoloWorld app
In the following days I’ll go through the Galaxy Explorer source code to grab some ideas.
Today I had a little issue trying to create a new project from VS2010 to my just recently installed TFS 11 express :
I confirmed in security manager that I had all access possible….
To fix it I installed Team Explorer for Microsoft Visual Studio 11 Beta from here
It installed the VS 2011 beta shell, from here Team Explorer works as expected and a new project can be created:
Once the new project was in place all expected task from VS2010 are available, like to create tasks, bugs, define builds, etc.
All expected items are available from the Web site:
Next post, where are all those fancy graphs? [maybe express version has only source control]
Microsoft Team Foundation Server 11 Express Beta [TFS 11 express]
I was reading the other day (2/23) bharry’s WebLog and he mentioned will be announcing the availability of our VS/TFS 11 Beta soon.
I expected to be today (2/29) with the whole thing about Windows 8 consumer review available, but nothing.
So, meanwhile I was downloading my copy of Windows 8 I found that TFS expresss was available. I’m installing it now
Installing from here
After SQL Server Express was updated to 2012:
And TFS 2011 started
Next posts, connecting to VS2010 and exploring what’s new
I joined BlendSIG group and today was April 2011 meeting , we hear David Kelley from MIX and because of some technical problems he was not able to show his demo about Animation using Blend 4.
Demo is reschedule for 4/20
BlendSIG is the “Blend Special Interest Group”. This is an online user group devoted entirely to Microsoft Expression Blend. Presentations are given by members of the Blend Team, Blend MVPs, and other related parties. BlendSIG meets every 2nd Wednesday at 2pm EST.
Tomorrow I will have a chat with Rafa Muñoz about trends in .NET, Agile and his coming certification as Scrum master.
I’m very interested to know what is his opinion about Java for enterprise development now that Oracle has it.