The following is a great post with a great overview to the Developer Tools found in Internet Explorer 12.
- Clean, modern, user interface.
- New UI Responsiveness, Memory, and Emulation tools.
- DOM Explorer, Console, and familiar tools are updated to enable an easier and faster workflow
In previous versions of the dev tools, there was a menu. Some items have moved to various parts of the IE F12 developer tools. For example, the Browser Mode options that were once part of the menu are now the Emulation tab. Let’s take a quick look at each tool in the toolset and what it can do for you.”
See more at: http://rachelappel.com/internet-explorer-f12-developer-tools-overview#sthash.0TEdP6UP.dpuf
Visual Studio 2013 Update 1
Visual Studio 2013 Update 1 is now available to download and is primarily focused on bug fixes.
“This is a targeted update, addressing some key areas of customer feedback since the Visual Studio 2013 release. For example, we heard your feedback about running Visual Studio in environments without IE10+, and have made several improvements to this experience in Update 1.” – S. Somasegar
You can find a detailed list of included fixes in the associated Support article.
You can download VS2013.1 now or wait for it to show up in the Visual Studio Notifications.
Came across a great post by Mark Miller for an update to the CodeRush shortcut cheat sheet. It’s available in both PDF and PowerPoint.
Here is a great post by Mike Wood over on simple talk about Windows Azure Service Bus Brokered Messaging.