Hosam Kamel

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  • Blog Post: Integrating MATLAB with Team Foundation Server 2013 and Visual Studio Online

    If you're a computer science graduate you probably used or heard about MATLAB before J , MATLAB® is a high-level language and interactive environment for numerical computation, visualization, and programming. Using MATLAB, you can analyze data, develop algorithms, and create models and applications....
  • Blog Post: Hey there app developers! Don’t miss MEA Visual Studio 2013 Virtual Launch!

    If you are based in the Middle East and Africa and want to learn about the future of app development then join us this November the 19th for the launch of Visual Studio 2013 in the Middle East and Africa. We’ll be broadcasting the event live, straight from the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, with S. Somasegar...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2013 Static Code Analysis in depth: What? When and How?

    In this post I'll illustrate in details the following points What is static code analysis? When to use? Supported platforms Supported Visual Studio versions How to use Run Code Analysis Manually Run Code Analysis Automatically Run Code Analysis while check-in source code to TFS version control (TFSVC...
  • Blog Post: MSSCCI magic! Integrate Oracle PL/SQL Developer with Team Foundation Server

    I have recently worked on a migration project with one of our customer for ALM implementation and adoption across the whole organization, the customer has a large team of Oracle developers using PL/SQL Developer tool to develop Oracle projects. PL/SQL Developer is an IDE that is specifically targeted...
  • Blog Post: “Hello ALM World !”

    "Hello World !" is the first program we write as we learn a new programming language. This is a fun video we did in MEA ALM community around the first baby steps in ALM (Application Lifecycle Management ) using Visual Studio and Team Foundation Service. We tried to get a story line around an...
  • Blog Post: Required Permissions for Team Foundation Administration Console

    You can configure and manage various aspects of your deployment of Team Foundation by using the administration console for Team Foundation. For example, you can add a server for hosting team project portals, create and modify team project collections, and change the service account for Visual Studio...
  • Blog Post: End-To-End Application Lifecycle Management Presentation

    End-To-End Visual Studio Application Lifecycle Managment View more PowerPoint from Hosam Kamel   You can access the full slide-deck from here http://www.slideshare.net/HosamKamel/endtoend-visual-studio-application-lifecycle-managment
  • Blog Post: New TFS Template Available - "Agile Dev in a Waterfall Environment"–GovDev

      Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2010 is the collaboration platform at the core of Microsoft’s application lifecycle management solution. In addition to core features like source control, build automation and work-item tracking, TFS enables teams to align projects with industry processes...
  • Blog Post: [Visual Studio Extension Of The Day] Test Scribe for Visual Studio Ultimate 2010 and Test Professional 2010

      Test Scribe is a documentation power tool designed to construct documents directly from the TFS for test plan and test run artifacts for the purpose of discussion, reporting etc... . Known Issues/Limitations Customizing the generated report by changing the template, adding comments, including...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2012 RC InfoKit

    Download one page presentation: https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=72C46FD9081E6124!1446&authkey=!AJb6MgaJwNALwKU
  • Blog Post: Developing JAVA Projects using jDeveloper and TFS as Source Control

    Oracle JDeveloper is a free integrated development environment that simplifies the development of Java-based SOA and Java EE applications. One of main goals of Team Foundation Server 2010 is to support heterogeneous development environments and of course part of it is supporting  Java developers...
  • Blog Post: Developing PHP Project using Expression Web and TFS as SourceControl

    Expression Web is a great website development environment with Expression Web 4 SP1 you have several new productivity features, and updates to PHP support . The following link illustrates Expression Web’s updated PHP IntelliSense, the new “Open as PHP” feature, and IntelliSense for HTML extended characters...
  • Blog Post: There’s no better time to seize the future!

      Upgrade your team to Visual Studio Premium with MSDN and save 15%. MSDN offers up cool resources—including 12,000+ downloads for servers, tools, and apps. The best part? Every subscriber gets the next version of Visual Studio when it ships. Score! More details here www.microsoft.com/visualstudio...
  • Blog Post: Deleting Team Project in Team Foundation Server 2010

    I’m seeing a lot of people still using some old ways ported from TFS 2008 to delete a team project like TFSDeleteProject utility.   In TFS 2010 the administration tasks are made very easy to help you in a lot of administration stuff, for the deletion point specially you can navigate to the Administration...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Egypt Open Door for Developers

      Registration and Agenda Microsoft World Wide Event
  • Blog Post: [Visual Studio Extension Of The Day] Community TFS Build Manager (Alpha)

    The Community TFS Build Manager is developed as part of the Community TFS Build Extensions CodePlex project. The Community TFS Build Manager has been created for two reasons. An implementation of the Team Foundation Build API which is referenced by the Rangers Build Customization Guidance V2 (available...
  • Blog Post: Community TFS Build Extensions – December 2011

    A new release of the Community TFS Build Extensions has been released, this version includes: Visual Studio 11 support Community TFS Build Manager (alpha) New Activities Windows Azure Activities Amazon Web Services Activities SharePoint and ClickOnce Activities SSH Activities Lab Management Activities...
  • Blog Post: Security Development Lifecycle

      What is the Security Development Lifecycle ? The Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) is a software development security assurance process consisting of security practices grouped by seven phases: training, requirements, design, implementation, verification, release, and response.   Why Adopt...
  • Blog Post: When MSSCCI Plays its magic :) Adobe® RoboHelp® Integration

      The Microsoft® Source Code Control Interface (MSSCCI) provider is used to provide an integrated version control user experience with products that do not support the Microsoft Visual Studio® Team Explorer. For example, if you use Visual Studio 6.0, you can use the MSSCCI client or command line...
  • Blog Post: [Tip] Team Explore Window in Eclipse

    Today I spent more than 5 minutes searching for Team Explore Windows in Eclipse after installing VISUAL STUDIO TEAM EXPLORER EVERYWHERE 2010 , I thought by default the window will be visible normally like Visual Studio but it have to be enable manually. To Show the Team Explore Window From Windows –>...
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