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Visual Studio 2015 CTP 6 and Team Foundation Server 2015 CTP Released!

Sharing on the excitement with our friends over in Visual Studio, be sure and check out the latest builds of VS2015 and TFS 2015! You can Download Visual Studio 2015 CTP 6 and Team Foundation Server 2015 CTP (also available on MSDN subscriber downloads) or use the provided VM in Azure. Learn more about what’s in Visual Studio 2015 ...
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Something’s Brewing with Azure Data Factory

In his 3-part series “Something’s Brewing with Azure Data Factory,” Premier Developer Consultant Chris Price walks us through building his beer recommendation demo using Azure Data Factory. If you’re not familiar with Azure Data Factory, you can start with Chris’s great overview post Hello…Azure Data ...
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Using Azure AD to authorize Service Bus requests

Most Service Bus examples use symmetric keys directly in applications needing access to the Service Bus, usually as part of the connection string. That approach does not work so well with widely distributed applications, e.g. desktop or mobile apps.  In the latest post from his blog, Marius Rochon gives an example of how to use Azure ...

Premier Support for Partners: A Winning Strategy

David Weiler, Application Development Manager, explains how the Premier Support for Partners relationship provides value above and beyond traditional technical support. Most already know about Premier’s fantastic support for Enterprise customers and Software Development Teams. If you are running a business that relies on Microsoft...

Microsoft HoloLens and the Internet of Things. Two sides of the same coin?

Mark Taylor, Premier Services Senior Consultant and David S. Lipien, Director in Microsoft’s Premier Services present a 3 part installment on the internet of things (IoT). Augmented reality brings the software world into the real world enabling mind bending experiences.  The Internet of Things brings the everyday world into the world...

Controlling WebBrowser Control Compatibility

If you have an embedded browser in your Windows application, you may be encountering a rendering or some other kind of compatibility issue with the content you are trying to display. In his most recent blog post, Premier Developer Consultant Pat Altimore discusses some options to try to fix common problems with the WebBrowser control in .NET. ...

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