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David Jung's journey through Visual Studio, Team Foundation Server, and this thing called Application Lifecycle Management

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  • Blog Post: Virtualization on Windows 8

    As a software developer, I always found that Windows Server was the better operating system to use because I had access to IIS, could install the full version of SQL Server, and most importantly, Hyper-V. When ever I first got a workstation and installed Windows Server on it, depending the version of...
  • Blog Post: Hyper-V guide for creating a multi-server environments

    In my role at Microsoft, I do a lot of demos against virtual machine (VM) environments so I can do repeatable demos from customer to customer, event to event. Those environments are great but often times they are limited to a single environment. What do I mean? The VM is pretty self-contained because...
  • Blog Post: Pre-Release of VS Lab Management 2010 on VHD

    Visual Studio Lab Management 2010 is an integrated toolset for development and testing teams that enables them to setup/tear down and restore virtual environments to known states for build automation and test execution. You might be saying to yourself that setting up and tearing down virtual machines...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 & Hyper-V 2008 R2 == RTM

    What a day! First Expression 3 products become available for download and now, hot off the presses (assuming there still are such things)! Windows 7 , Windows Server 2008 R2 , and Hyper-V 2008 R2 have hit their milestone called Released To Manufacturing (RTM)! This basically means that all the hard work...
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