One of the biggest new Git features in Team Foundation Server 2015 is the ability to set branch policies and integrate them into a pull request workflow. This video walks through a typical developer workflow of creating a topic branch and using a pull request to get those changes into master, and shows how policies help ensure that master stays in a healthy state.
WinJS offers a very flexible and productive programming model for UI. C++ offers the most power and flexibility when it comes to developing Windows Runtime components. Put WinJS and C++ together and you have a highly productive toolset to build engaging applications for Windows, Windows Phone, and Xbox One. In this session, the speaker will take you through the steps to run the same code on all three platforms. Attend this session to learn how to build a flexible UI that is easily adaptable to the 1ft, 2ft, and 10ft user experience.
Visual Studio Code is the first code editor and first cross platform development tool in the Visual Studio family of products. In this video
I'll wrap up with a list of key resources that will help you get started building web and cloud based applications on any platform using Microsoft tools and services.
On April 25, 2015, Nepal experienced a 7.8 magnitude earthquake—the largest in 80 years. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) partnered with Microsoft to scale their efforts, drive collaboration, and ensure aid and relief efforts are effective. Front-line responders in Nepal are using the Microsoft cloud to store and process data, helping to obtain needed insights and maximize impact. And a joint poverty alleviation initiative is using the cloud to collaborate with other partner organizations, providing support to over 13,000 micro-enterprises and helping them to get businesses back on their feet.