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While i hate simply echoing other blog posts…This one was too important to not cover. The ALM Virtual Machine (which most people refer to as the “Keller VM”) is probably the single most important Microsoft ALM training tool – used both by internal and external trainers. Today Brian Keller(on his way to his honeymoon!!) just updated this virtual machine to include InRelease, getting started with GIT and a bunch of new Collaboration tools like Team Rooms, Code Lens and Code Comments.
If you are considering or want to learn more about the ALM platform you can find out more about this virtual machine here:
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Brian Congrats on honey moon!! Thx for labs to learn TFS!
Any chance this VHD could end up in the Windows Azure gallery?