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Steve Lange's thoughts on application lifecycle management, Visual Studio, and Team Foundation Server

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  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Online (VSO): Owning Multiple VSO Accounts

    NOTE: This is not official guidance, nor may it be even officially a supported “feature” in the near future (my guess is that it’s not a directly intended capability.  It’s simply a short-term workaround that assisted a few of my customers that I thought I’d share. Visual Studio Online by default...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Online (VS) – Transitioning from Early Adopter Plans

    Now that TFS Preview Visual Studio Online is transitioning to monetized plans, I’ve received quite a few inquiries from my customer asking what to do. These are customers who are considered “early adopters” – those who signed up for an account prior to December 13 th , 2013. This gives these users access...
  • Blog Post: Better Multi-User Support for Work Item Tracking in TFS 2012

    Consider this scenario: User A opens a work item (and keeps it open) User B opens the same work item, makes a change, and saves it. User A (with work item still open), decides to make a change. In Team Foundation Server 2010 (and previous releases for that matter), support for multiple users editing...
  • Blog Post: VS/TFS 2012 Tidbits: TFS Feedback Management Behind the Scenes

    In this post, I’m going to take a closer look at how the new Feedback capabilities in TFS 2012 works under the covers. In general, TFS users can request “feedback” from stakeholders about particular elements/areas of an application.  This can be either specific or general scenarios.  TFS manages...
  • Blog Post: VS/TFS 2012 Tidbits: Using SkyDrive/OneDrive with Team Foundation Service (or Server)

    April 2014 Updates: SkyDrive is now OneDrive Team Foundation Service is now Visual Studio Online Team Foundation Server has always had a great integration with SharePoint by allowing organizations to leverage the goodness of SharePoint’s web parts and document libraries. TFS can...
  • Blog Post: VS/TFS 2012 Tidbits: When to Use the Feedback Client

    As the Visual Studio family of products (Visual Studio, TFS, Test Professional) nears its 2012 release, I thought I’d bring some short hits – tidbits, if you will – to my blog. Some of these are pretty obvious (well-documented, or much-discussed), but some may be less obvious than you’d think. Either...
  • Blog Post: VS 2012 ALM Tidbits: The Feedback Client’s Two Modes

    As the Visual Studio family of products (Visual Studio, TFS, Test Professional) nears its 2012 release, I thought I’d bring some short hits – tidbits, if you will – to my blog. Some of these are pretty obvious (well-documented, or much-discussed), but some may be less obvious than you’d think. Either...
  • Blog Post: VS/TFS 2012 Tidbits: Requesting a Code Review on Code Already Checked in

    As the Visual Studio family of products (Visual Studio, TFS, Test Professional) nears its 2012 release, I thought I’d bring some short hits – tidbits, if you will – to my blog. Some of these are pretty obvious (well-documented, or much-discussed), but some may be less obvious than you’d think. Either...
  • Blog Post: VS/TFS 2012 Tidbits: Merging Changes by Work Item

    As the Visual Studio family of products (Visual Studio, TFS, Test Professional) nears its 2012 release, I thought I’d bring some short hits – tidbits, if you will – to my blog. Some of these are pretty obvious (well-documented, or much-discussed), but some may be less obvious than you’d think. Either...
  • Blog Post: VS/TFS 2012 Tidbits: Agile Planning - Drag & Drop to Assign Sprints

    As the Visual Studio family of products (Visual Studio, TFS, Test Professional) nears its 2012 release, I thought I’d bring some short hits – tidbits, if you will – to my blog.  Some of these are pretty obvious (well-documented, or much-discussed), but some may be less obvious than you’d think. ...
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