• .NET

    What to Expect From Microsoft Build—and Telerik

    Build is just a week away and we are still to see the agenda. The show promises nevertheless to be quite exciting, not only in terms of announcements, but in connecting with fellow developers. Telerik will be there—we'll have many demos to show and some parties to attend.
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    Telerik Party at /BUILD! Join Us!

    February 05, 2016 Share
    Telerik is hosting a party at /BUILD 2016. Join us as we demo some brand new products and bring the latest in mobile, desktop and web tech—not to mention free drinks.
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    From Telerik VP: Microsoft + ASP.NET + Open Source: This Time for Sure!

    April 11, 2012 Share
    Bullwinkle: “Hey Rocky! Watch me pull a rabbit out of a hat!” Rocky: “Again? That trick never works!” Bullwinkle: “This time for sure!” In the last week or so, I’ve heard mixed reactions to Scott Hanselman’s eye-popping announcement that, in addition to ASP.NET MVC that is already open source, that Microsoft is releasing ASP.NET Web API and Razor as open source as well. Further, and this is the big deal: Microsoft is going to take contributions on their open source ASP.NET components and ship those contributions in the box for future major releases. Of course, this is big news on the face of it, but some...
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    Overcoming the New Visual Studio UI

    February 27, 2012 Share
    A blog by Doug Seven, Executive Vice President at Telerik. (Original post here) In a blog post last week, Monty Hammontree, the Director of User Experience for Visual Studio, announced the UI refresh for Visual Studio. This is a project that I had some involvement in (mostly as a reviewer) while still at Microsoft, and have been waiting patiently for this announcement so that I could talk about it. Personally I love the new UI. Sure, its not perfect, but it is a huge improvement over where Visual Studio has been for the past ten years. What is surprising to me is...
  • .NET

    Small Businesses, Meet BizSpark

    November 06, 2008 Share
    About a year ago, Microsoft launched a cool new program called DreamSpark to help students get started learning to use Microsoft development technologies. DreamSpark allows students to access a wide range of development software from a secure site, allowing them download fully-licensed products like Visual Studio 2008 Professional, SQL Server 2008 Developer Edition, Windows Server 2008, and XNA Game Studio 2.0, among others. I have always thought this was a cool initiative on Microsoft's part to help those developers who don't have the financial means to gain access to these products themselves. Well, it seems Microsoft is at it again. Today S....