It’s Alive! Team Foundation Services that is.

At last year’s //Build conference, we announced the preview of Team Foundation Services hosted on Windows Azure. For about 6 months, the only way to get on the services was if you were given a registration code from someone from Microsoft. Then we removed the registration restriction and made it available for everyone. Since its…

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Content from “The New Era of Work” Los Angeles Launch Event

THANK YOU for every who attended the “The New Era of Work” Launch Event in Los Angeles and a special THANK YOU for those who attended my sessions. I appreciate your attention, feedback, and interaction! For those of you who are interested in the slides, I’ve posted my content here: http://sdrv.ms/PHLYl0 In one of the…

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Hyper-V guide for creating a multi-server environments

In my role at Microsoft, I do a lot of demos against virtual machine (VM) environments so I can do repeatable demos from customer to customer, event to event. Those environments are great but often times they are limited to a single environment. What do I mean? The VM is pretty self-contained because it has…

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Pluralsight Start Subscription for all MSDN Subscribers

I’ve been MSDN user since it was actually called the Microsoft Developer Network. But whether you’re brand new to the subscription or a long time user like me, it has always been beneficial to have a subscription. Well late last week, we just made it a bit more valuable. MSDN subscribers around the world are…

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Upcoming Webcasts from InCycle Software

Here are some upcoming webcasts from our ALM partner InCycle Software! Managing an agile backlog with TFS 2012 – a Product Owner’s perspective Visual Studio 2012 has not only improved the life of developers but product owners as well! As a PO, managing your product backlog and your interactions with the teams has significantly changed…

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Visual Studio and ASP.NET UserVoice Forums

During one of the SoCal VS 2012 Launch Roadshow events, one of the participants had asked how can they provide feedback to the Visual Studio team. Martin Hinshelwood, one of the presenters at the event mentioned that there is a way. It’s call the Visual Studio User Voice. It’s a forum that allows you to…

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.NET Rocks is Coming Back the West Region

Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell from the Internet Talk Show .NET Rocks have been on the road since September 19 doing their .NET Rocks! Visual Studio Launch Road Trip and they will be coming through the West Region towards the end of November. At each stop, they do a live .NET Rocks! show and a…

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Content from the Southwest District VS 2012 Roadshows

THANK YOU for everyone who attended the Visual Studio 2012 Roadshow at our office. We really appreciate your attendance, feedback, and interaction! My colleague, Steve Lange, and I gathered the content from the Denver, Lehi, and Tempe events and have posted them here: https://aka.ms/VS2012Roadshow Update 10/09/2012 – San Diego content Update 10/10/2012 – Irvine content,…

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Upcoming ALM Webcasts from Neudesic

One of our ALM partners, Neudesic, has announced a series of free webcasts in support of the recent Visual Studio 2012 launch. October 30th – Scrum and Agile Management with Visual Studio 2012 Presented by Clementino de Mendonca Find out how Visual Studio has become the tool of choice to manage your Scrum projects, and…

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