Visual Studio 2010 Keyboard Shortcuts

Earlier this week the Visual Studio team released updated VS 2010 Keyboard Shortcut Posters .  These posters are print-ready documents (that now support standard paper sizes), and provide nice “cheat sheet” tables that can help you quickly lookup (and eventually memorize) common keystroke commands within Visual Studio. This week’s updated posters incorporate a number of improvements: Letter-sized (8.5”x11”) print ready versions are now available A4-sized (210x297mm) print ready versions are now available The goofy people pictures on them are gone (thank goodness) The posters are in PDF format – enabling you to easily download and print them using whichever paper size is in your printer. Download the Posters You can download the VS 2010 Keybinding posters in PDF format here .

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Visual Studio 2010 RTM! New Resources, Samples, Videos, + more

Whooo hooooo! It’s been ~2 years in the making but Visual Studio 2010 has been released ! This is my first full product cycle since I started Microsoft and oh what a ride! I’ve been watching live interviews from the Vegas launch event all day on Channel 9 . I’m really pumped about all the awesome resources that we’ve put together for you for launch and I’m looking forward to continuing to share my knowledge on how to build awesome business applications with Visual Studio 2010.

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Using Content Controls vs. Custom XML Elements

In my last post, What is “Custom XML” . .

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Publish to SharePoint (part 2)

Today’s guest writer is Ric Lewis—the PM in charge of publishing to SharePoint. In our last post about publish, we covered the basics of how to publish your Access database to a SharePoint server. In this post, we’ll look at how to troubleshoot publish issues and maintain your published database.

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Publish to SharePoint (part 1)

Today’s guest writer is Ric Lewis—the PM in charge of publishing to SharePoint. A common question in the Access community is “how do I get my app on the web?” Here is the most recent example : My wife and I have just started our own Recruitment business and I started an Access DB to basically be a contact manager and to track our jobs, candidates, clients and placements we make. I got to a certain point and realized I was out of my depth, so I enlisted the help of an Access Developer to finish it off.

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SharePoint 2010: A First-Class Developer Platform

By Steve Fox When I think developer platform, my baseline requirements are solid tool support, a good cadre of out-of-the-box (OOTB) features that I can leverage, and a robust set of APIs. Although Microsoft   SharePoint has historically fulfilled these baseline requirements, I think there were places that caused a bit of a stutter when issuing the words developer platform —especially if we reach as far back as SharePoint 2003 technologies

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Welcome to SharePoint 2010

The moment has come that many of you have been waiting for – full disclosure of SharePoint 2010! Truth be told, many of us in Redmond have been anxiously waiting for this day, because now we can talk freely about SharePoint 2010 to our customers and partners. There’s a lot of exciting news being announced today and a lot of great content will go live in a number of places.

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Welcome to SharePoint 2010

Welcome to SharePoint 2010

The moment has come that many of you have been waiting for – full disclosure of SharePoint 2010! Truth be told, many of us in Redmond have been anxiously waiting for this day, because now we can talk freely about SharePoint 2010 to our customers and partners. There’s a lot of exciting news being announced today and a lot of great content will go live in a number of places.

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Welcome to SharePoint 2010

SharePoint 2010

This is my third and final post as part of our disclosure of SharePoint 2010 today. The previous posts covered the SharePoint History and how we Engineer SharePoint

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SharePoint 2010

This is my third and final post as part of our disclosure of SharePoint 2010 today. The previous posts covered the SharePoint History and how we Engineer SharePoint

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SharePoint 2010