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The Daily Six Pack: July 3, 2013

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LightSwitch Visual Studio 2013 Featured

LightSwitch Visual Studio 2013 – Beth Massi talks about some of the new features such as Improved JavaScript IntelliSense, API support for refreshing data, Integration with Team Build and Code Analysis, Improved team development, Intrinsic database management with linked database project, LightSwitch projects work more seamlessly with the IDE, all your project content available under one view in Solution Explorer but to name a few. The LightSwitch team will be expanding on these and other features in the coming weeks.

Next up, Paul Thurrott shares some Windows 8.1 tips to optimize it for the desktop and we also have a look at what is new in Windows 8.1 for developers. Then Scott Hanselman talks about Python Tools for Visual Studio and how to set it up. Lastly, the July edition of the MSDN magazine is available online.

Another Wednesday is here folks. I hope that you enjoy today’s edition of The Daily Six Pack!

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