Adam Singer

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

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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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    The Changeset at the Pend of the Universe

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    Reading Jason ’s post on lock types got me thinking about the general concept of pending changes. While some users may already be familiar with the concept, not all other version control systems use similar models. For the uninitiated, here’s a bit of...
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    The Command Line, the File, and the Wardrobe

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    Recently, I’ve been working with a command file parsing feature of the Version Control command line. The command line has the option to pass in a file containing multiple commands to easily repeat the same set of operations, including both standard version...
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    Locking

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    I'd like to give you a brief overview of locking functionality from within the Team Foundation source control system. Before we begin, however, I'd like to note that the lock command should be differentiated from the permission command. lock is used to...
  • Adam Singer

    Hello, world

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    My name is Adam Singer, and I recently moved to the Raleigh-Durham area in North Carolina. I've joined the Visual Studio Team System group here as a Software Design Engineer in Test . While VSTS is a whole suite of new functionality, spanning every bit...
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