Visual Studio Team System Guidance Meets Guidance Explorer

Last year, I blogged a few times about a CodePlex project J.D. Meier was working on called Guidance Explorer (see my posts tagged with Guidance+Explorer). I thought Guidance Explorer had faded into patterns & practices history, but the reports of its demise were greatly exaggerated.

Take a look at this post from J.D. on using Guidance Explorer to mine and customize the growing body of Visual Studio Team System guidance underway in patterns & practices. As is becoming the fashion, he has a short video that shows you how.

If you are a hunter and gatherer of guidance, you'll want Guidance Explorer.  Watch Video: How To - Personalize Team System Guidance with Guidance Explorer to see how you can use Guidance Explorer to build a custom collection of guidance from our Visual Studio Team System Guidance project.  If you haven't used Guidance Explorer before, or it's been a while, you're in for a surprise.  Seriously.

Source: J.D. Meier's Blog : New Video: How To - Personalize Team System Guidance with Guidance Explorer


Comments (2)

  1. Alik Levin says:

    Mark Twain is great, JD  too, and Guidance Explorer just helps me accomplish my daily work – as my offline KB, as doc generator when I need to create docs for my customers, or when conducting reviews it serves me as guiding light – funny , why they called it Guidance Explorer :)?

  2. alik levin's says:

    Guidance Explorer is not only very powerful security (and performance) guidance tool – recently it met

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