Release Explorer for Visual Studio Beta: Update

Hello, To give everyone a update, I am currently finishing up the integration of VSO/RMO. With the next release of Release Explorer, you will be able to do both on prem and VSO. I am hoping to have this done by the mid to end of June. There are a lot of changes happening with…

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Release Explorer for Visual Studio Beta

For some time now, I have been working on a update to my Deployment Explorer that was built for the project formally known as DevOps. I always get requests from my customers and emails from people who are using the Deployment Explorer to update the explorer to work with Release Mgt. So, I said what…

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Dev/Test with Microsoft Azure & Visual Studio 2013

So, I have been working a lot with customers on DevOps and one of the quick and easy way to achieve a Dev/Test environment is using Microsoft Azure and Visual Studio. This scenario applies broadly to every type of organization. Whether you’re a single developer or a one-person startup getting your mobile app out the door ,…

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Learn how ASP.NET apps scale via the cloud

I just watched a great webcast on learning how to scale your asp.net applications with Windows Azure. Below is a snippet from the cast. Common scenario: you suddenly need to increase the horsepower behind your application (or some combination of compute, storage and bandwidth). The following week, you want to scale back with minimal changes…

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My first blog post

Hello Everyone!      This is my first blog post on my new official MSDN blog site. I am very excited to be part of a great company and help other developers like me with topics like ALM, TFS and Windows Azure. As more time pasts, you will find me posting blogs about my experiences and…

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