Lets get our priorities right!

I usually ask my customers about business priorities before a Microsoft Development Toolset presentation or discussion.  In most cases the response is something like ‘must be on time’, ‘must come in under budget’ or ‘must be feature complete’.  Most vendors use the same trite phrases to promote their solutions – and the famous/infamous CHAOS report even assesses project outcomes based on…

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New VS2010 Testing Courses available now!

KJ Ross, a premium Microsoft Partner, is now offering Visual Studio 2010 based Testing Courses (see dates & locations below).  KJ Ross has an excellent reputation and a deep understanding of Software Testing and Software Quality in general.  This is an excellent opportunity to learn from one of the leaders in the industry. Introduction to Microsoft Visual…

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Important TFS Updates

You should be aware of a number of updates to TFS 2010, one is available now, the other two coming soon….  Here they are: 1. TFS has been re-released (available now on MSDN) to include an important fix, solving a specific problem when upgrading from 2008 to 2010.  To learn more about this issue see Brian Harry’s blog post. 2. TFS update patch…

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Upgrading TFS from Beta2 to RC

Given the Team Foundation Server 2010 Release Candidate has been released, you may want to upgrade your current Beta 2 installation (you have installed it right?).  Here are the instructions of how to do this:  http://blogs.msdn.com/bkrieger/archive/2010/02/03/tfs-2010-beta2-to-rc-upgrade-guide.aspx  

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Inaugural ALM Conference & Visual Studio 2010 Launch (Luna Park Sydney) – early bird offer!

The Australian ALM Conference Early Bird OfferThe inaugural Australian ALM Conference and Microsoft Australia official launch of Visual Studio 2010 is scheduled for the 13th & 14th April this year. Registrations have just opened and we would like to let you know about a special Early Bird offer. The first 50 attendees to register for…

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