ALM Quick Reference Guide BETA has shipped!

We are pleased to announce that we have released another one of the ALM Rangers Visual Studio 11 Readiness “Gig” projects, which delivers quick references which started in 2009 with a request from Steven van Niekerk (Technical Lead / Architect, South-Africa) initiated this project with his question “Can you tell me about TFS and VSTS in 5 minutes?

The previous version was downloaded more than 35 thousand times and was even localised for the Spanish community, by Francisco Fagas. We trust that this new version, focused on Team Foundation Server and Visual Studio 11 will be the start of a new era of excitement Smile

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For more information on the ALM Rangers Visual Studio 11 Readiness “Gig” please refer to here or click the image above.

For more information on this block buster project, please visit Visual Studio Quick Reference Guide or click the images below.

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Please send candid feedback

We can’t wait to hear from you, and learn more about your experience using the Beta. Here are some ways to connect with us:

  • Ask a question on the respective CodePlex discussion forums.
  • Contact me on my blog.
  • Submit a suggestion on UserVoice, using the Rangers Project category tag.

Enjoy!

Author: Willy-P. Schaub

I’m a senior program manager with the Visual Studio Team Services group. I’m responsible for the ALM Ranger program and other interesting workstreams. We provide professional guidance and gap-filling solutions to the developer community for Visual Studio. Come directly to me if you need help with missing guidance or features for Visual Studio Team Services. Since the mid-’80s, I’ve been striving for simplicity and maintainability in software engineering. Reach me at aka.ms/vsarblog, aka.ms/willyblog, or Twitter at @wpschaub.

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