CodeCast: Visual Studio Tips with Zain Naboulsi

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CodeCast Episode 75: Visual Studio Tips with Zain NaboulsiCodeCast #75: Ken Levy interviews Zain Naboulsi, developer evangelist (DE) for Microsoft based in Houston. Zain discusses his background before joining Microsoft, his various responsibilities as a DE for his part of Texas and Louisiana.

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CodeCast Episode 75: Visual Studio Tips with Zain Naboulsi

CodeCast #75: Ken Levy interviews Zain Naboulsi, developer evangelist (DE) for Microsoft based in Houston. Zain discusses his background before joining Microsoft, his various responsibilities as a DE for his part of Texas and Louisiana, and his various online activities including taking over Sara Ford’s VS Tip of the Day blog posting. Also discussed is the exciting news of Zain and Sara Ford collaborating on an upcoming new sequel to Sara’s Visual Studio Tips book. Some useful tips on the Visual Studio IDE and cool new features in the VS 2010 IDE, extension manager, and VS Gallery are also included in this fun and educating episode.

Guest

·         Zain Naboulsi on Twitter: http://twitter.com/zainnab

·         Zain Naboulsi’s Blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/zainnab (VS Tip of the Day series)

Links

·         Linked.NET Users Group (LIDNUG)

·         Sara Ford’s Blog

·         Book: Microsoft Visual Studio Tips by Sara Ford

·         Visual Studio Tips eBook (iPhone/iPod/iPad)

·         Visual Studio Tips (O’Reilly) (Safari, PDF, eBook)

·         Houston TechFest – October 9, 2010

Length: 47:42



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