Windows Azure PowerShell Cmdlets v2.2.2 release today make getting started and scripting with the cmdlets a much easier task. “In 2.2.2 we have added a start menu link that starts a PowerShell session with the Windows Azure cmdlets already loaded. We have also added a Start Here link that shows how to complete the setup and a short tour about the capabilities of the Windows Azure PowerShell cmdlets and release changes,” informs Microsoft.
The new release can be downloaded from its CodePlex project site.
FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint quickly and reliably returns highly relevant results across thousands of sites and documents. FAST also enables applications to take advantage of its capabilities to deliver business value through productivity gains and simplified data and taxonomy management.
You can refer this Microsoft TechNet WhitePaper “Deploying FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint.”
Need help finding Project Server documentation on TechNet? Watch this Microsoft video “Finding Project Server documentation on TechNet” to learn more about where to find Project Server content, what content is available, and how to provide feedback.
Microsoft just made available another one of the ALM Rangers Visual Studio 11 Readiness “Gig” projects, which delivers quick references which started in 2009.
Microsoft also revealed that the previous version was downloaded more than 35 thousand times and was even localised for the Spanish community, by Francisco Fagas.
For more information on the ALM Rangers Visual Studio 11 Readiness “Gig” please refer this link.
For more information on this block buster project, please visit Visual Studio Quick Reference Guide.
Finally, if you’re a web developer, Mads Kristensen and Jorge Gabuardi in this episode introduce you to all the new features available in Visual Studio 11 for web developers.
Watch the webcast below: