In Visual Studio 2013 and Blend for Visual Studio 2013, we have added a lot of highly anticipated productivity features for building XAML apps. In this video, you’ll see how the new XAML editor features in Visual Studio, and the new design features in both Visual Studio and Blend, enable you to build richer apps, with higher productivity.
SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) is an evolving product. Besides revamping database projects this product has also changed the lifecycle in which we receive new features. In this session we demonstrate features such as database snapshots, localdb, and database unit testing. Most importantly, we show the many benefits of the Publish feature, and why you will want to use the built-in refactoring instead of just renaming objects. Throughout this presentation we also highlight and demonstrate the features that have been added to SSDT in the past year.
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