Friday Five – July 18, 2014

1. Getting Started with xUnit for Xamarin By Windows Platform Development MVP Oron Novotny 2. Windows boot time, explored in Powershell  By PowerShell MVP Carlo Mancini  3. Day 25: Personalizing Notifications By ASP.NET MVP James Chambers 4. Visual Studio/TFS 2013 Update 3–Release Candidate By Visual Studio ALM MVP Jeff Bramwell  5. OneNote as a Workshop Planning Tool  By One Note MVP Ben Schorr 


Friday Five – January 17, 2014

1. Troubleshooting Name Resolution Issues on DirectAccess Clients By Enterprise Security MVP Richard Hicks 2. Creating a multi-site cluster in Windows Azure for Disaster Recovery  By Cluster MVP David Bermingham 3. Append Multiple Tables in Power Query By SharePoint MVP John White 4. Adventures in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Access Teams By Dynamics CRM  MVP Scott Sewell 5. Windows 8…


Friday Five-August 23, 2013

1. Mastering everyday XML tasks in PowerShell By PowerShell MVP Tobias Weltner – @TobiasPSP 2. Getting Started With Mobility, Part 4: Windows Phone By Windows Azure MVP David Pallmann – @davidpallmann 3. Windows Phone App Studio – My First App By Visual Studio ALM MVP Jeff Bramwell – @jbramwell 4. Awesome Libraries For C# Developers…


MVP Featured App: Kids Eat 4 Less

Visual Studio ALM MVP Jeff Bramwell has released an app titled Kids Eat 4 Less!  Kids Eat 4 Less! shows you restaurants within a selected range (in miles) from your current location that offer free or discounted kids’ meals, relying on crowdsourcing to continuously add new restaurant deals.  Once you’ve found a restaurant, the app…


Friday Five–June 14, 2013

1. Simple Validation with MVVM for Windows Store apps By Silverlight MVP Jeremy Likness – @jeremylikness 2. Demystifying Microsoft’s Git Offering By Visual Studio ALM MVP Jeff Bramwell – @jbramwell 3. TechEd 2013: A tale of two Surfaces and a fire sale By System Center Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP John Joyner – @john_joyner 4….


Friday Five–May 31, 2013

1. Aggregating the Result of an MDX Calculation Using Scoped Assignments By SQL Server MVP Chris Webb – @Technitrain 2. Releasing “ASP.NET Web Forms with Web API Application” Project Template By ASP.NET/IIS MVP Lohith Nagaraj – @kashyapa 3. Surface Pro as My Main Computer/Tablet By Visual Studio ALM MVP Jeff Bramwell – @jbramwell 4. Swart’s…


Friday Five – May 3, 2013

1. TFS Live app for Windows Phone By Visual Studio ALM MVP Jeff Bramwell – @jbramwell 2. Setting up Enterprise Resource for Managing your Test VM Environment By Project MVP Michael Wharton – 3. Pasting a Formulas Static Value in Cell Below By Excel MVP Tom Urtis – @TomUrtis 4. Understanding Hyper-V Error Messages By…


Friday Five – December 21, 2012

1. Deploy an on-premise VM to Windows Azure with App Controller By SCCDM MVP John Joyner – @john_joyner 2. Where I can find SQL Generated by Entity framework? By Visual C# MVP Jalpesh P. Vadgama 3. SSAS: Executing MDX Scope Statements Using SSMS By SQL Server Darren Gosbell – @darrengosbell 4. ALM Support and Suggestion…


Getting Up and Running with the TFS 2010 Object Model

Editor’s Note: The Following is a guest post by Visual Studio ALM MVP Jeff Bramwell For those of you familiar with Team Foundation Server (TFS), you are no doubt aware that it ships with a great deal of functionality right out of the box.  From work item tracking, to version control, reporting and everything else…