Rob Caron

Developer-related topics and other stuff.

June, 2007

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    Now Available: Microsoft eScrum Version 1.0

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    If you're looking for another Scrum template to try with Team Foundation Server, consider using eScrum , which is an implementation of Scrum that's used internally by some teams within Microsoft: eScrum is a Web-based, end-to-end project management...
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    Steph Graduates Today!

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    Today is one of those special milestone dates for our family as our daughter, Stephanie, graduates from high school today. I'm quite proud that she's graduating with Honors from Redmond High School, and she'll be attending Washington State University...
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    eScrum Update: ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit Version Conflicts

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    For those who have experienced any problems getting eScrum ( Now Available: Microsoft eScrum Version 1.0 ) installed and working due to ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit version conflicts: Since you can't download previous versions of the ASP.NET AJAX Control...
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    Now Available: Team System How Do I...? Videos

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    We're launching a new series of Team System instructional videos on MSDN: Get videos designed for Visual Studio Team System. Learn about how organizations can ensure greater predictability and quality early and often throughout the development process...
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    Team System User Education on Scenario Topics

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    Take a look at a proposal ( Visual Studio Team System User Education : Scenario Topics ) from David Chesnut of the Team System User Education Team that looks to replace the current orientation-style topics found in the product documentation with something...
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    SnagIt Output for Microsoft Visual Studio Team System

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    I recently acquired a copy of TechSmith SnagIt and just learned that they have an output for creating a new work item in Team Foundation Server, or updating an existing one, directly from SnagIt. This should make it relatively painless to include screen...
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    The Greatest Story Never Told

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    While reading the comments on Sam Gentile 's post, What's Great about Being a Microsoft Developer , I followed a link to a post by Martin Plante that ended with: So for me, the "Microsoft Way" is only a street name , as there is no Microsoft Way, no real...
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    A Comparison of the Top Four Enterprise-Architecture Methodologies

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    For dealing with complexity of a different sort - enterprise architectures - see Roger Sessions' new white paper in the MSDN Library: A Comparison of the Top Four Enterprise-Architecture Methodologies . I'm sure there are some parallels I can find with...
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    TechEd 7.0

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    There's time to kill before boarding (redeye JetBlue flight to JFK, and then on to MCO) with decent wireless in one of the newer terminals at SeaTac, so I thought I'd post something. This is TechEd #7 for me. The early days of this blog started with posts...
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    Linking Team Foundation Server with Microsoft Project Server

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    As noted by Paul Krill in InfoWorld ( Microsoft linking project, ALM servers ), the much anticipated connection between Team Foundation Server and Microsoft Project Server is now freely available for download from CodePlex, Microsoft's open source project...
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    Coining a New Acronym

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    Just a passing thought that came up during a conversation with J.D. Meier today: Aggregated Human Aggregation (AHA) - The notion that we choose to collect information for our own personal knowledge base is merely an aggregation of information aggregated...
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    .NET Rocks! Panel Discussion on Team System

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    At TechEd 2007 in Orlando, Richard Campbell & Carl Franklin of .NET Rocks! hosted a panel discussion with Mike Azocar, Steven Borg, Joel Semeniuk, and Doug Seven on Visual Studio Team System, which is now available online for download. .NET Rocks...
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