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Miscrosoft has released the Windows Azure Training Kit April 2013. The Windows Azure Training Kit includes a comprehensive set of technical content designed to help you learn how to use Windows Azure. The kit includes hands-on labs, presentations, de…
I’ve had the chance to talk to quite a few people over the last few months about my experiences with Windows 8. So far, and I can’t see it changing, I’ve been very impressed with Windows 8 and the efficiency boost it has provided me in normal, day-to-d…
Microsoft has made available the Windows Azure Training Kit The Windows Azure Training Kit includes hands-on labs, presentations, and samples to help you understand how to build applications that use Windows Azure. There are hands-on labs, demos…
I like it when I kick off a build and there aren't any warnings. Unfortunately I'm forgetful and it's always easier to edit the code now then it is 3 months later (when I remember to look at the warnings). This post will cover capturing MSBuild warnings in TeamCity and displayign the results in the dashboard, a custom chart, the build log, a raw text artifact, and a custom report tab in the run results.
This is a short Scala post to explain what the difference is between val and var. I was showing some Scala code to a co-worker this past week and he was asking what the difference was between val and var. It is quite simple:
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