Rob Caron

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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-10-25

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    Update - New MSF Agile Prerelease Available As posted elsewhere on my blog ( New to Me: MSF Agile - Updated on GotDotNet ), an updated prerelease version of MSF Agile is available on GotDotNet: http://workspaces.gotdotnet.com/msfv4 Update...
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    New to Me: MSF Agile - Updated on GotDotNet

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    An updated prerelease version of Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF) Agile is now available from the MSF GotDotNet workspace: http://workspaces.gotdotnet.com/msfv4 UPDATE: Had to pull this prerelease version and go back to the original version...
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    New to Me: Security Risk Management Guide

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    A new resource. (Courtesy of http://weblogs.asp.net/israelio/archive/2004/10/24/246839.aspx ) The Microsoft Solutions for Security (MSS) and the Security Center of Excellence (SCOE) teams are proud to announce the release of The Security Risk Management...
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    New to Me: Add Books from Safari VS 2005 Help

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    This is cool: Safari’s Visual Studio Help Integration (VSHI) tool lets you search across Safari’s online repository of over 2000 technical titles to find exactly the example or code fragment you need to answer the question at hand. Best of all, these...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-10-19 & 20

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    Got a bit behind this week, but here goes... Visual Studio 2005 for the SQL Server 2005 CTP - October 2004 For those having trouble installing this CTP version of Visual Studio (available from MSDN Subscriber Downloads ), you should try clearing the check...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-10-19

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    OOPSLA 2004 As Harry Pierson points out ( Keith with an OOPSLA Preview ), Keith Short is looking forward to OOPSLA 2004 ( Getting Ready for OOPSLA 2004 in Vancouver, BC. ). There's even an OOPSLA 2004 Wiki over on Socialtext . OOPSLA is co-located with...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-10-15

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    Generative Programming, DSLs & Software Factories Alan Cameron Wills , a development manager on Steve Cook 's team, has returned to blogging! Welcome back, Alan. Alan recently attended UML 2004 in Lisbon and has a post ( Hot topic at UML 2004 ) where...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-10-14

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    Now Blogging - Steve Cook Steve Cook, a software architect on Visual Studio Team System at Microsoft's Cambridge Research Centre , has launched his blog ( Steve Cook's WebLog - RSS ). I've already added Steve to the master list of Team System bloggers...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-10-12

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    Ask Burton FAQ Meets Community Solutions Content MVPs have the ability to publish what is known as Community Solutions Content in the Knowledgebase on Microsoft Help and Support . But what do you do with a KB article for a product that hasn't even shipped...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-10-11

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    Birds of a Feather... According to Dave Welsh's WebLog , Microsoft architects from around the world are gathered in Redmond this week. In his post on Sunday ( Domain Specific Languages, UML and Software Factories ), he discusses Software Factories and...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-10-07

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    Lock 'em Up Adam Singer , one of the newest Team System bloggers, dives right into a great post on Team Foundation Version Control's locking mechanisms ( Locking ). After you read that, head over to Korby Parnell 's post for some additional color commentary...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-10-06

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    Team System in the News eWeek.com - Microsoft: Dividing to Conquer Test-Driven Development In a previous post ( New Team System Stuff - 2004-09-20 ), I told you about a Test-Driven Development event at the Fort Worth .NET User Group . Scott Dockendorf...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-10-03

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    Team System in the News ADTmag.com - Microsoft makes a play for Web services SDTimes.com - One Microsoft Tool Doesn’t Fit All Developers Team System Demo Video Coming Soon Robert Scoble recently attended one of our Wednesday Night Demo Nights and recorded...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-09-28

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    UML, DSL & Software Factories Stuart Kent , a Senior Program Manager on Keith Short 's team under Steve Cook (who recently appeared at the UK Architect Forum ), has a post ( UML, DSLs and software factories: let those analogies flow... ) in which...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-09-27

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    Creating a Check-In Policy Jim Presto from the Team Foundation Version Control team is creating a series of blog posts ( Create Policy - Information ) that discusses how to create check-in policies. He posted step 1 today ( Create Policy - Step 1 ). To...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-09-23

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    Much Ado About DSL's, Software Factories and Modeling As Harry Pierson points out in this post ( Architecture Events ), there are several events coming up that focus on stuff like DSL's, Software Factories and Modeling. What Type of Tests Could a Tester...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-09-22

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    REMINDER : VERY FIRST TEAM SYSTEM WEBCAST ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd! For more information, see: MSDN Webcast: Extensibility in Visual Studio 2005 Team System—Level 200 Team System in the News ADTmag.com | Microsoft embraces ALM with upcoming Visual...
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    MSDN Webcast: Extensibility in Visual Studio 2005 Team System—Level 200

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    Be sure to add this to your calendar for this Thursday (tomorrow) if you're interested in Visual Studio 2005 Team System Extensibility. To understand the extensibility architecture is to understand the underpinnings of Team Foundation's architecture since...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-09-21

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    The Life of Brian First off, congrats to Brian Harry - as of today, he's now the Product Unit Manager (PUM) for Visual Studio Team Foundation. I couldn't find a link for a good description on what a PUM is, but just understand that at Microsoft the Development...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-09-20

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    Moving to Software Factories The new Ask Burton column is now available. This installment is from Jack Greenfield and Keith Short and discusses the movement to software factories . Team System Install Success James Snape had some trouble getting his Team...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-09-19

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    I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work. - Thomas A. Edison I spent some time this weekend troubleshooting a variety of installation failures to better understand the trouble some people are encountering. A few were the result of...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-09-16

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    Why Unit Testing? While writing up my blog post yesterday , I had this item from Jim Arnold queued up for posting. I originally flagged it because at first glance I saw that it was on Team System's unit testing feature. After reading through it and seeing...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-09-15

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    Team System Web & Load Tests Tim Weaver has been experimenting with the web and load testing features of Team System . In this post, he talks about some of stuff he tried. A few weeks ago, Josh Christie provided some fundamentals about web tests ...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-09-14

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    Building a Test-Driven Development Example According to Jonathan Cogley , Test-Driven Development (TDD) is gaining in popularity . James Newkirk , Peter Provost and Brian Button are working on a new TDD example named Bookmark Collection. You can catch...
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    New Team System Stuff - 2004-09-13

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    Trying a new format today. Is it better with or without the quotes from other blogs & sites? Stuart Kent is back from vacation . He's blogging about an upcoming tutorial he's giving at the UML conference in Lisbon with Alan Wills . He also has an...
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