Adam Singer

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

December, 2006

Blog - About

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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    [insert holiday name] came early this year!

    As you've probably heard by now via Soma , Brian , or Rob (among others), Visual Studio SP1 is available for download! I do hope you'll try it out. Not only are there numerous fixes and incremental improvements, but there are even some new features. More...
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    Virtual Green is made of People!

    So you want to run Team Foundation Server , but don't have the physical machine resources. You think- 'hey, isn't Virtual Server a free download now?' You're right! And what's best, TFS works just fine in a Virtual Server. Having done quite a bit of testing...
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    New and Improved

    I always wondered about that phrase- "New and Improved". Either it's 'new', which means it never existed before, or it's 'improved' which means that it's better than the previous version(s) and, therefore, existed before. Finally I can stop wondering...
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    To project and serve

    I'm doing a lot of work around the Group Security Subsystem (or Group Security Service, depending who you ask), also known as "GSS". GSS manages the basic permissions for all of Team Foundation Server. GSS comprises both a permissions model (allow/deny...
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