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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: Visual Studio 2012 ALM VM and Hands-On Labs now has Update 2

    Brian Keller has updated the Visual Studio 2012 ALM VM and hands-on labs to include VS 2012 Update 2 . All labs have been revised slightly based on Update 2, with two labs gaining new exercises which demonstrate Update 2 capabilities. It’s a pretty large download and Brian offers a good technique for...
  • Blog Post: TFS Basics–Changeset

    When I talk to customers about how they keep track of changes of their source code, you may (or may not) be surprised with what I hear. They range from using some source code control management (SCCM) tool to archive files using ZIP or RAR files. Hopefully you're using a SCCM tool. As part of the development...
  • Blog Post: TFS Basics–Branching Visualization

    I've been talking to a lot of customers recently about Team Foundation Server (TFS) as a source code control management (SCCM) tool. Some are coming from Visual SourceSafe while others are coming from other SCCM tools. Regardless of what SCCM tool they're coming from, the subject of branching always...
  • Blog Post: DevOps - Building Healthy Systems with Visual Studio Ultimate

    DevOps, as mentioned in one of my previous articles , is about Developer-Operations. One aspect of DevOps people overlook is about ensuring your building healthy systems. When I was previously responsible for Quality Assurance and Operations Developers, I become really focused on ensuring our team was...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft recognized as a leader in Gartner’s ALM Magic Quadrant

    A lot of customers as “how does Microsoft fair in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant” when it come to ALM. In the most recent report posted on June 5th, Microsoft was positioned as the “leader” for Application Lifecycle Management. You can read more about the Magic Quadrant methodology here . Their evaluation...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio vNext mentioned at TechEd 2011

    Today at TechEd North America 2011 , Jason Zander (CVP of Visual Studio) talked about Visual Studio vNext. Specific features of the framework and tool itself were not mentioned, but features expanding our vision of how Visual Studio expands our Application Lifecycle Management footprint took center stage...
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