Team Foundation Server 2013 and Visual Studio Online bring a valuable set of new features and capabilities to agile teams. They provide a simple-to-use experience on top of a powerful, customizable platform. In this session we go deep into the agile planning tools and how to customize them to work the way your team does. We also touch on best practices that Microsoft has learned and applied from “dogfooding” these tools for their own use.
In Lync 2013, Microsoft has introduced a number of new features that require Exchange 2013-- knowing what they are, and how they work, is critical to knowing what you'll get from an upgrade to Exchange 2013. In this session, Exchange MVP and author Paul Robichaux will dive into the Lync-related integration features in Exchange 2013, including OAuth configuration, support for high-resolution photos, and the Lync Storage Service (LYSS). You'll learn how to configure Exchange 2013 and Lync 2013 to work together to give you full access to those features.
WebSockets has heralded the coming of the real-time web, enabling amazing new experiences in your web browser and connected device. But new paradigms bring new challenges. What about clients that don’t have WebSockets support? How do real-time web features affect the scalability of my web application? How do I organize persistently connected users into logical groups for efficient message delivery? Oh, and make it really, really simple. In this session, learn how ASP.NET SignalR does all this and more.