We’ve already highlighted the new 2012 classes for Microsoft System Center, SQL Server and Windows Server; now let me introduce Visual Studio 2012!
Microsoft Visual Studio is a powerful IDE that ensures quality code throughout the entire application lifecycle, from design to deployment. Whether you’re developing applications for SharePoint, the web, Windows, Windows Phone, and beyond, Visual Studio is your ultimate all-in-one solution.
Experience powerful possibilities.
Discover how Visual Studio 2012 allows you to collaborate better and be more agile. Experience how it integrates best practices that accelerate development and deployment.
Add value to ALM at every point.
From strategy and planning all the way to deployment, see how Visual Studio brings continuous value to every point in the application lifecycle
You can now download the Release Candidate and try Visual Studio 2012 products for yourself!
Check out this video where Adam Cogan interviews Mark Groves from Microsoft about the next release of Visual Studio. In the video they discuss:
– Mark Groves’ history at Microsoft
– What’s new in Visual Studio 2012
– What the best new features are
– How someone can review someone else’s code, and give actionable feedback
Don’t forget about our current 2010 Visual Studio classes. Below are some of our most popular .NET classes.
This five-day instructor-led course provides knowledge and skills on developing Web applications by using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010.
In this course, students will learn to develop advanced ASP.NET MVC and Web Forms applications using .NET Framework 4 tools and technologies. The focus will be on coding activities that enhance the performance and scalability of the Web site application. ASP.NET MVC will be introduced and compared with Web Forms so that students know when each should/could be used. This will also prepare the student for exam 70-515.
In this course, experienced developers who know the basics of Windows Forms development gain more advanced Windows Client design and development skills. WinForms and WPF programming models, as well as relative strengths and when to use each technology, are covered.