Sebastopol, CA—Take a detailed look into Visual Studio and learn practical techniques to help you work more efficiently. Coding Faster: Getting More Productive with Microsoft® Visual Studio® (Microsoft Press, $39.99 USD) is a fully revised and expanded version of Visual Studio Tips: 251 Ways to Improve Your Productivity. It includes a comprehensive collection of tips and shortcuts for working with the code editor, visual designers, searches, debugger, and other features in Visual Studio 2005, 2008, and 2010. You'll gain valuable insights for using this IDE—no matter what your experience level.
"There is a large install base of Visual Studio users who don't realize the power they have at their fingertips," says Senior Developer Evangelist and coauthor Zain Naboulsi (@zainnab). "This book will turn the reader into a Power User in the IDE."
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"In fact, I even learned tips and tricks about Visual Studio from working with Zain on the book, and I've spent nearly 10 years analyzing the ins and outs of Visual Studio," says Ford. "So save yourself the time and check out this ultimate desk reference for Visual Studio 2005, 2008, and 2010."
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Coding Faster: Getting More Productive with Microsoft® Visual Studio®
Publisher: Microsoft Press
By Zain Naboulsi, Sara Ford
Print ISBN: 9780735649927
Print Price: $39.99
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