VS 2012 TFS Monitoring Management Pack is now available!

A lot of operations folks I come across love the fact that TFS (Team Foundation Server) doesn’t require a full time administer to keep tabs on the environment, configuration, etc. With that said, the usually follow-up that statement with this question: “if no one is babysitting it all the time, what’s the best way to…

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Now Available – Visual Studio 2012 Update 1

This is certainly an exciting time at Microsoft. Just a few months again, we launched Visual Studio and .NET 4.5 to the world. At the same time, we also launched Windows 8 to the world. And since then, we’ve be releasing new versions of every current version of software we make (SharePoint, Office, Project, Visio,…

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Northwest Cadence Webcasts and Training Events

  Northwest Cadence is excited to provide you with FREE webcast events around Visual Studio 2012!  There are also a variety of training offerings available. Be sure to register to reserve your (virtual) seat! Refactoring Without Fear: Architecture in Visual Studio 2012 Ultimate Nov. 28 Agile Development @Scale with Microsoft TFS Nov.29 A Lap Around…

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Attend a Windows 8 Developer Workshop near you

Attend a free Developer Workshop and create your first-to-market app. There’s never been a better time to build apps and games. With over 630 million licenses sold worldwide, Windows 8 represents the single biggest developer opportunity to date. Hardware manufacturers are introducing new devices, and millions of consumers are expected to upgrade. Here’s your chance…

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Test Manager Tip: Screen Capture Menus and Drop-Downs

As a tester, more times than not you need to prove to the developer that just because the application compiled and worked on their machine, its not working in the Test Environment (or even the Dev Environment for that matter). Depending on the application, some times testers will right test cases to verify that menus…

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