ALM and Beyond

Application Lifecycle Management and Beyond.

December, 2011

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    Team Foundation Server Training Kit

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    Training is paramount when you’re either creating or implementing software. This is precisely why I like Microsoft Virtual Labs so much because it offers training on multiple technologies and what's better than training that's free, can be done...
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    Creating Custom Rule Sets to Improve Code Quality

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    Using the code analysis feature that comes with Visual Studio (VS) 2010 is definitely beneficial as it improves application and code quality by providing the ability to discover potential issues in your code, such as non-secure data access, usage violations...
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    Enterprise Library Integration Pack for Windows Azure

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    For years the Enterprise Library application blocks have helped developers address the typical cross-cutting concerns of enterprise development (such as diagnostic logging, data validation, and exception handing). With over 3.5 million downloads , they...
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    Team Foundation Service Updated

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    Even though TFS is still a preview I’ve been thoroughly impressed with the work that’s been done to migrate what the server product offers to the cloud. Recently there was an update to this service and while not a major overhaul there’s...
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    Windows Server AppFabric Logging

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    Using Windows Server AppFabric makes it easier to build, scale and manage Web and composite applications that run on IIS but when it comes to error logging, tracing and performance analysis, things can get a bit tricky. Therefore let’s discuss how...
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    The Benefits of an Architecture Review

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    Creating an architecture review has many benefits not only to an enterprise application but also to the multiple levels of people within an organization. This can be seen by decomposing the design into 3 general areas which ultimately reduces the failure...
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