Parallels Desktop – Run Visual Studio On Your Mac

Parallels Desktop

Parallels Desktop 10 - Do you love your Windows Applications and wish you could run them on your Mac? Well as some of you might or might not know, Parallels Desktop is the perfect solution for you. I write software for a living, so I am what I guess you would

The Daily Six Pack: November 28, 2013

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T.Dirk Strauss....Feature link: Visual Studio 2013 ALM Virtual MachineVisual Studio 2013 Application Lifecycle Management Virtual Machine and Hands-on-Labs / Demo Scripts, Brian KellerOtherMicrosoft, suspecting NSA spying, to ramp up efforts to encrypt its Internet traffic, Craig TimbergBeginning LightSwitch in VS 2013 Part 4: Too

The Daily Six Pack: July 12, 2013

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Energy Consumption Tool in Visual Studio 2013 aims to solve a very real problem, and one that I am sure that most of us as developers don't give a second thought to. If your applications are battery hungry, this will quickly result in bad customer experience. To keep your application's energy

Clone VirtualBox VM’s Easily To Provide a Fresh Dev Environment

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Clone VirtualBox VM's - Lately I have fallen in love again with VirtualBox. I have decided that using the same installation of SYSPRO on my local dev machine to do all customisations is inefficient. As time moves along and different customisations need to be done for different clients, my SYSPRO installation

The Daily Six Pack: July 5, 2013

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Windows 8.1 with .Net Framework 3.5 - Kunal Chowdhury gives us the low down on how to make it work on a fresh install. Gunnar Peipman talks about Edit and Continue with 64-bit apps being supported in Visual Studio 2013. Lastly, New York get's it's own unique Web domain. Today I have taken

The Daily Six Pack: June 3, 2013

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Evolving Technology is all around us. I can still remember buying my first PC. It was a 286 with a 20 MB hard drive including a floppy drive and a stiffy drive. What made it even more insane was the fact that it had a VGA card. I was the