Adam Singer

Veni, vidi, expertus sum- I came, I saw, I tested

November, 2005

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About Adam Singer

An inside look at life as a Software Design Engineer in Test at Microsoft in the Visual Studio product group.

I post code samples and workarounds, information on new features and random thoughts. My sense of humor is an acquired taste- which is a polite way of saying I make some pretty dumb jokes.

For more information, see post #1!

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    Looking at the world through rose-colored versionspecs

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    James ' post on the DateTime versionspec reminded me that I wanted to post a brief summary of versionspecs in Visual Studio Team Foundation's Version Control. There are 5 different flavors of version specifications, each with its own syntax. Their...
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    Twelve Step Programs

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    Over the past few weeks, I've set up several Visual Studio Team Foundation Servers. Granted, this is something I've done a few dozen times since I first arrived, but I feel like I'm starting to get this down to a science. In any case, I wanted to post...
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    My voice is my passport

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    Locks vs. Permissions Visual Studio's Team Foundation Version Control has a very powerful access control model, permitting administrators to grant groups and individuals only the specific capabilities they need to do get the job done. Team Foundation...
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    It's always darkest...

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    ...just before it goes pitch black. These past three weeks, the Visual Studio Team Foundation testers have been darker than dark (we called it "dark dark"). We got tons of new automation written, analyzed numerous automated runs, and even managed to find...
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