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  • Blog Post: Team Foundation Service Preview–Updated videos are available

    Way back in September of 2011, Martin Woodward published a blog post that referenced a series of Channel 9 videos that were introductions to the TFS Preview. Those videos were recorded based on the version delivered at the BUILD conference. Just wanted to let everyone know that all of those videos have...
  • Blog Post: Software Downloads for the Team Foundation Service Preview

    You can connect to the Team Foundation Service Preview from a number of applications as well as visiting your account URL at tfspreview.com . In the following post we talk about the client software necessary if you want to connect your development environment to your new Team Foundation Server in the...
  • 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: Visual Studio ALM Hands-On Labs

    The Developer & Platform Evangelism group recently published the following ALM hands-on labs as part of the Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4.0 training course (click to download) on MSDN: Authoring and Running Manual Tests using Microsoft Test Manager 2010 In this lab, you will learn...
  • Blog Post: Enabling new Application Lifecycle Management Features for Visual Studio 2010 in Upgraded Team Projects

    First, a caveat: VS 2010 SP1 Beta recently shipped with a go-live license. This post is not about that. If you have VS 2010, and you install VS 2010 SP1 Beta, you'll get all the new bells and whistles in SP1. Rather, this post is for those of you who ...read more
  • Blog Post: VS ALM Library Updates on MSDN for October 2010

    October has been spectacular here in the Pacific Northwest, which has nothing to do with the reduced output in this month's MSDN Library updates for VS ALM. There is a lot of work being done to reorganize and refocus our content to make it even more useful to you in acccomplishing your goals. We are...
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