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  • Blog Post: Code Coverage in Microsoft Test Manager in Visual Studio Update 1

    Another in the ALM MVP Blog series. This article was written by Mike Douglas one of our most active ALM Rangers contributing to a bunch of the ALM Ranger projects!  Make sure and check out Mikes article: Continuous Feedback using Storyboarding, Code Reviews, and the Feedback Tool in Visual Studio...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Update available for Visual Studio 2010 SP1

    An update to Visual Studio 2010 SP1 with compatibility support for Visual Studio 2012 and Windows 8 is available for download at Download Center and as a Microsoft Update. After you apply the Microsoft update, the following Visual Studio 2010 SP1 Test Tools features are improved for Windows 8: ...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2012 RC – What’s new in Code Coverage

    As product development adapts to the demands of continuous delivery models and agile methodologies, the developer is being entrusted with bringing in product changes with a higher quality bar. Besides strengthening processes to include quality checkpoints like gated check-ins, rolling builds and other...
  • Blog Post: VS ALM Library Updates on MSDN for June 2010

    Well the days are getting shorter, there's a nip in the air, and the clouds are building up again. But oh what a summer it was! Last Tuesday, if I remember correctly. However, we didn't let all those hours on the beach keep us from updating the ALM Library. Here are the results. Manual Configuration...
  • Blog Post: VS ALM Library Updates on MSDN for May 2011

    Correspondents have asked how we determine the order of listings for our monthly updates. The answer, as always, is cookies. Here are the updates for May: Team Foundation Server, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server, SQL Server Building the Application Team Explorer Everywhere Team Foundation...
  • Blog Post: VS ALM Library Updates on MSDN for April 2011

    Normally, I use this space to discuss the important stuff: me, and the weather in the Pacific Northwest. But not this time. This time it's all about the writers. They are all fine people. Even though, except for one glorious day last Saturday, it has only been above 55 degrees twice since Febuary...
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