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  • Blog Post: Silicon Valley Code Camp. Oct 11th and 12th.

    I'll be providing the following session at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills in California. http://www.siliconvalley-codecamp.com/Session/2014/azure-development-with-the-visual-studio-tools For more details on the event please refer to the following links, https://twitter.com/sv_code_camp...
  • Blog Post: Lab Management with SCVMM - FAQs

    Question 1 : How are System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) errors surfaced in Lab Management? Answer : These can be determined based on configuration, managing, testing, workflows and network For Lab Management, the user entry point is Microsoft Test Manager(MTM), where they will be able to...
  • Blog Post: Short Videos About Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server By Category

    Here are a list of short videos categorized by role, to help you get ramped up on features in a matter of minutes. Most are 10 minutes or less. Videos longer than 10 minutes are prefixed with '*'. Videos longer than 1 hour are prefixed with '**' Topics are grouped by roles. Enjoy! Project Management...
  • Blog Post: Presenting at Sacramento .NET Users Group. See What's New in VS 2013.

    What A Lap Around What's New in Visual Studio 2013 With Jason Singh When Wed Feb 26th starting 6pm Where Rancho Cordova Library 9845 Folsom Blvd. , Rancho Cordova, CA 95827 Registration and details. http://sacnetug.org/Event/Index/1
  • Blog Post: Silicon Valley VS2013 Launch Event - Tues 2/25/2014

    Feel free to register for this free event at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA https://www.eventbrite.com/e/modern-applications-and-software-transformation-the-opportunity-tickets-8591229599 Although the exact titles have not been totally established, here's a rough outline.
  • Blog Post: Useful Visual Studio 2013 Links

    Here are some useful links that I'll be alluding to in my presentation in Concord this week. C++ • Visual Studio 2013 (MSDN) • Visual C++ Blog • Parallel Programming in Native Code Blog • The Future of C++ (Herb Sutter at Build 2013) • C++/CX Best Practices...
  • Blog Post: Some Great Guidance from the ALM Rangers

    My fellow colleague, Willy-Peter Schaub has published some great guidance from the ALM Rangers. http://blogs.msdn.com/b/willy-peter_schaub/archive/2013/05/16/visual-studio-alm-ranger-solutions-catalog.aspx Download and enjoy.
  • Blog Post: Register Now - Quality Enablement through Agile Testing - San Francisco, CA - September 24th, 2013.

    If you can you make it to San Francisco on 9/24/2013, you're welcome to attend this event. Quality Enablement through Agile Testing - San Francisco, CA More details can be found here. https://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/EventDetail.aspx?culture=en-US&EventID=1032560850&IO=ReYlF127vUopGKHhRyuAqw...
  • Blog Post: Register Now - Quality Enablement through Agile Testing - Mountain View, CA - September 10th, 2013.

    If you can you make it to Mountain View on 9/10/2013, you're welcome to attend this event. Quality Enablement through Agile Testing - Mountain View, CA More details can be found here. https://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/EventDetail.aspx?culture=en-US&EventID=1032560589&IO=58VkhqdEi%2fcUfiAqEjHA7w...
  • Blog Post: Register Now - Quality Enablement in Portland, OR

    Hi Folks, I'll be on the road for the next few weeks starting with Portland, Oregon next week on 8/20/2013. Questions sound familiar? Does getting bugs fixed take too long? Inefficiencies in communicating between Dev and QA? Why did we not catch these bugs before they got to Production? I...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio User Voice - How to Make Your Feature Requests Heard

    The Visual Studio team really looks hard at User Voice as a means to prioritize the feature backlog. You can go in and vote for, or create requests for new features. It super intuitive to use and highly effective. http://visualstudio.uservoice.com/forums/121579-visual-studio
  • Blog Post: Live Webcast - Visual Studio 2012 Updates 1 & 2 - Tour of New Features

    I will be presenting a webcast for VS Updates 1 & 2. WHEN: May 29th @ 10am PST This tour of new features webcast will include the following topics and more:  Agile Planning  Quality Enablement  SharePoint Development  TFS Enhancements  Developer Experience We’re (US West Region...
  • Blog Post: Free Azure with MSDN and Training Materials.

    If you are an MSDN subscriber, did you know you get free Azure benefits? This is a great way of deploying an application on a small scale, for example and getting user acceptance. You don't have to wait for IT to provision an environment. With a few clicks, you're free to deploy :) http://www.windowsazure...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012 MSSCCI Provider

    If you are supporting legacy applications and need to tap into TFS 2012 consider the following download http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/b5b5053e-af34-4fa3-9098-aaa3f3f007cd The following products are supported. Visual Studio 2005 Visual Studio .NET 2003 Visual C++ 6 SP6...
  • Blog Post: How To Start Your Project with End User Experience in Mind First with VS2012. Don't Write Code Till You Need Too.

    Regardless of target platform, desktop, web, mobile etc., with Visual Studio 2012, we've introduced the notion of storyboarding with PowerPoint. Why? Because it's often the Business Analyst and not the developer, who understands the initial goals. Of course, most often the Business Analyst is not and...
  • Blog Post: What Are The Editions of VS2012? What’s the Value Proposition?

    So we have different versions of Visual Studio (VS). These are Professional, Premium and Ultimate. We also have Test Professional and Express which we will leave out for simplifying the discussion. Furthermore, this is a VS2012 discussion, not VS2010 or earlier. So moving forward, let's just cover Professional...
  • Blog Post: Are You Young and Working Too Hard?

    I learned this the hard way. I don't want you to go through the same thing I did in my career as a developer. Back in 1990 it was possible to know everything, the assembly code, the language (C), the Windows SDK, the Windows OS and let's not forget the application of course. In fact with today's technologies...
  • Blog Post: What If You Don't Want To Use TFS Version Control? What Are the Benefits of TFS to your Team?

    We announced GitHub integration for TFS several weeks ago and there are various integration points with SVN, for example, out there. So why use TFS? A common misconception is that TFS is a version control system and that it only works for Windows developers - .NET developers. Not true. Think as...
  • Blog Post: CodeMap and Debugger Integration in VS2012 Update 2 CTP

    So one of the many cool features of VS Update 2 CTP is the integration between CodeMap which was a new feature in VS Update 1 that enables you to drag code onto an Architecture diagram. With VS 2012 Update 2 CTP, you can actually also drag code during a debug session. I've illustrated this with a...
  • Blog Post: VS Is Back In Blue (Theme)

    Unofficially, for the dislikes, we will be back in blue with Update 2.
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