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  • Blog Post: From Requirements to Deployment: The Modern SW Developer using TFS

    May 8th, the Scotia Bank Theatre in Toronto was the scene of ObjectSharp ’s annual “At the Movies” event. The event was recorded and over the next few Fridays, you’ll be able to watch the sessions again and ask the questions you may not have been able to previously ask. If you do have a question, ask...
  • Blog Post: DevOps: The Abbreviation That Will Change How You View ALM

    It seems that the term DevOps is gaining steam in IT circles these days. There are good reasons for that. The software tooling market continues to innovate and with it comes offerings that make it easier (and even more importantly, safer ) to move software solutions to new environments.  Because...
  • Blog Post: What should I be looking for during Code Reviews?

    For the longest time, I was wary of Code Reviews. I used to spend most of my time implementing features and felt that Code Reviews robbed me of my precious time. I was mistaken and have changed my approach. Our team uses systematic Code Reviews to help us normalize our code base. It has helped us to...
  • Blog Post: Jump Start ALM in Your Organization

    In order to jump start the process of streamlining your development pipeline and creating a culture of continuous improvement, you need to equip yourself with practical things you can implement right away, Start with those and work your way from there. These Microsoft Virtual Academy courses will get...
  • Blog Post: When Something New Is Released, Is It Really Completely New?

    Here’s a philosophical question for you - when something new is released, a new technology or framework, is it really so new or so completely different for you as a developer? Or do you find that, more often than not, after the “new”-ness wears off, you find that what was just released was just a ...
  • Blog Post: Technology Post Roundup–8th Edition

    In Canada, we’re fortunate to have many community experts and MVPs. Throughout the month, they write about and talk about some really cool things. Many of you have told us that you’d like it to be easier to discover them and what they’re writing about. The team and I will be curating top picks and sharing...
  • Blog Post: Technology Post Roundup–7th Edition

    In Canada, we’re fortunate to have many community experts and MVPs. Throughout the month, they write about and talk about some really cool things. Many of you have told us that you’d like it to be easier to discover them and what they’re writing about. The team and I will be curating top picks and sharing...
  • Blog Post: Technology Post Roundup–6th Edition

    In Canada, we’re fortunate to have many community experts and MVPs. Throughout the month, they write about and talk about some really cool things. Many of you have told us that you’d like it to be easier to discover them and what they’re writing about. The team and I will be curating top picks and sharing...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2012 – Ready to Launch!

    For some, Visual Studio is as sexy as the Surface or as revolutionary as Windows 8, and the best IDE, and it just got even better! There are so many new features in Visual Studio 2012 that I myself have only begun to scratch the surface. What with the new application lifecycle management capabilities...
  • Blog Post: Geek out at DevTeach Vancouver!

    Monday May 28th to June 1st DevTeach comes to Vancouver with sessions on everything from Agile, to web, to SQL, to the cloud! DevTeach visits Vancouver every other year. The event is designed for developers and features lots of familiar names and great speakers! There is nothing quite like a conference...
  • Blog Post: Technology Post Roundup - 1st Edition

    As you read in Paul’s blog post Why we love our MVPs , Microsoft MVPs write about and talk about some really cool things. Many of you have told us that you’d like it to be easier to discover MVPs and what they’re writing about. So, moving forward, I’ll be curating top picks and...
  • Blog Post: Are you fighting or helping your QA team?

    QA is an essential part of the development lifecycle. The QA team tests your code and then the bugs they report return to you to get fixed. Sometimes that relationship can be a challenge as we argue over what is really a bug, try to reproduce the defects identified during QA, and determine the severity...
  • Blog Post: What’s Next in Software Delivery?

    Come and find out! Sam Guckenheimer, ALM expert, product planner for Visual Studio, and author of “Agile Software Engineering with Visual Studio: From Concept to Continuous Feedback” is coming to Toronto to talk about exactly that: “What’s Next in Software Delivery”, If...
  • Blog Post: Thank You Thank You Sam I Am! I do so like this ALM!

    It’s fall and that means back to school for kids, it also means time to start up and really get rolling on new projects, which means it’s a good time to think about the big picture: Application Lifecycle Management (ALM). Developing an application is about much more than just writing code...
  • Blog Post: Register TODAY for the “Introducing Visual Studio Webinar Series”

    Some great news for folks looking to kick off the new year with a bang! Next month, we’re kicking off a free, six-part webinar series, covering Visual Studio 2010, Team Foundation Server 2010 and quality assurance ! These webinars will run on a monthly basis (from January to June) and will bring you...
  • Blog Post: Software Process Shootout: Agile vs Traditional

    I’ve been in conversations we're developers often discuss and argue over "the ultimate" process in software development. It's possible to standardize on one process, but most probably not likely. From my experiences and working with development teams, waterfall methods are useful where there...
  • Blog Post: New Line-Up of .NET Training Courses

    One of our Gold Partners and special VSTS Inner Circle partners , ObjectSharp Consulting , have just released their spring line-up of training courses covering topics from SharePoint, .NET 3.5 technologies (WPF, WCF, WF, LINQ) and Visual Studio Team System for developers and QA testers just to name a...
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