In the Toronto Area? Check out these seminars!

These folks at ObjectSharp deliver some great seminars. Check them out! Is Agile right for YOUR organization? “If you want to find out, make sure you attend our next Agile Seminar for Senior IT Managers on October 24. We’ve spent the last 5 years successfully leading organizations through Agile Transformations. We know the pros and…

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Interested in the latest in Quality Assurance?

  Looking forward to another great event at TesTrek Toronto October 28-30! In case you’re not aware of TesTrek, take a look at the details for this amazing QA conference!   I’m presenting a session on using cloud services for added testing agility: Leveraging  Cloud Services for More Agile Testing Complex testing environments are become…

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Users and MSDN Azure Benefits Q&A

I’m starting to field a whole bunch of really good questions about using MSDN Azure benefits, and particularly for teams of users, so I thought I’d put together this post that answers some of those questions. Co-managing an Azure Account Azure provides the ability to add “co-administrators” to a particular account. A co-administrator does not…

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A quick intro to Windows Azure Dev and Test Scenarios and MSDN Benefits

The MSDN benefits that come with Visual Studio 2012 (and upcoming, 2013) are pretty awesome. Included in these benefits are rights to use WIndows Azure for Dev and Test Scenarios. Now, Dev and Test today is the #1 used workload for cloud computing across all different cloud service providers, and it makes great sense: You…

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Figuring out who is connecting to your TFS

It’s pretty common that over time, customers with “substantial” TFS implementations get to a point where they want to figure out who is actually using their TFS Server. This can be to audit use for security, or even to ensure that they’re compliant from a Client Access License perspective. One of the ways that this…

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