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  • Blog Post: Upcoming Visual Studio ALM Workshops from Imaginet

    Upgrading to TFS 2012: What You Need to Know! Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 brings a number of new features into the integrated ALM toolset.  With new features like PowerPoint Storyboarding, Integrated Code Review Features, Stakeholder Feedback, and a newly integrated Developer / Operations Workflow...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Update 2 is here (well, the CTP is)

    If you’re one of the lucky ones to be attending the ALM Summit this week (I’m not), you’ve been able to experience first-hand the bevy of announcements made concerning Visual Studio Update 2 .  An evaluation CTP (read: Not supported, not “go live”) has been dropped and is ready for feedback. Brian...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming Visual Studio 2012 ALM Webcasts from Imaginet

      Imaginet is thrilled to provide you with exclusive invitations to our Winter Webcast Series covering a variety of new topics on Microsoft’s Visual Studio 2012 ALM Tools. This is your exclusive opportunity to gain incredible insights, learn new skills, and understand how to best leverage some incredible...
  • Blog Post: December Webcast: Improve Quality, Collaboration, and Visibility into Your Projects with Visual Studio Premium 2012

    Delivered by Imaginet Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 Premium offers an array of tools for managing your entire software lifecycle, including: planning, development, building, testing, tracking, and deployment.  We will discuss and demonstrate how the Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 Premium Edition can...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2012 Launch Roadshow!

    If you’re not heading to Seattle for the Visual Studio 2012 Launch Event on September 12th, don’t worry: We’re coming to you! Be our guest and attend in person to experience all of the incredible new capabilities of Visual Studio 2012 first hand. UPDATE For those of you who...
  • 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: Want More VS 2012 ALM Training? You Got It!

    Our friends at Northwest Cadence are offering a FREE two-event series in August.  These online events cover four individual sessions: Session 1: A Lap Around Visual Studio 2012 An introduction to the major new features and improvements in Visual Studio 2012. Expect to see the new enhanced User Interface...
  • Blog Post: Additional VS 2012 ALM Webcasts by Imaginet

    Take a look at the below webcast series from Imaginet focusing on Visual Studio 2012 ALM.  If something looks good, don’t forget to sign up! “Imaginet is thrilled to provide you with exclusive invitations to our Summer Webcast Series. Over the last year, Microsoft has made some significant announcements...
  • 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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