It’s been an eventful week of preview releases thanks to Build 2013, including Windows 8.1, Visual Studio 2013 and Team Foundation Server 2013.
If you’re interested in learning more about the features now available through the latter two, you’ve got to read Brian Harry’s blog. He gives you insights and tips about the new cloud load testing experience. For those who want to go even further, he provides a link to a tutorial about it.
Another new feature in the Visual Studio 2013 Preview is the Connected IDE. This allows you to sign in to Visual Studio and use your online profile to roam your settings across machines. So when you log in to a new machine, Visual Studio will automatically sync your settings. (Pretty nifty, if you ask us.)
Harry also goes over another perk: an updated cloud build service to support Windows 8.1 images – which means you can now build Windows Store apps.
Read the rest on Harry’s blog.
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Microsoft News Center Staff