Recording from Dec 6 Webcast: A Lap Around Visual Studio ALM 2013

Sorry for the delay in posting this – “launch season’” gets pretty hectic! Thank you to all who attended my webcast on 12/6 titled “A Lap Around Visual Studio ALM 2013”.  I hope everyone found it worthwhile! HERE is a link to view/download the Lync recording from the webcast, and I’ve also embedded it here…

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Denver: FREE TFS Training Workshop from Aspenware

“Okay, I have TFS.. Now what?” If you or anyone in your organization has asked that question, this free training from Aspenware may be your answer! Check out the training page on their site for full details, but here are the basics: Part 1: Thursday September 19, 11:30AM-4PM Part 2: Wednesday September 25, 11:30AM-4PM Lunch…

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Finding What’s Out of Date In your Workspace

A couple of customers have asked me about this in the past couple of weeks:  “How can I tell in my workspace, how far out of date are my files?” TFS knows if your file is out-of-date and will tell you simply by showing you a “No” in the Latest column in Source Control Explorer:…

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VS/TFS 2012 Tidbits: When to Use the Feedback Client

As the Visual Studio family of products (Visual Studio, TFS, Test Professional) nears its 2012 release, I thought I’d bring some short hits – tidbits, if you will – to my blog. Some of these are pretty obvious (well-documented, or much-discussed), but some may be less obvious than you’d think. Either way, it’s always good…

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VS 2012 ALM Tidbits: The Feedback Client’s Two Modes

As the Visual Studio family of products (Visual Studio, TFS, Test Professional) nears its 2012 release, I thought I’d bring some short hits – tidbits, if you will – to my blog. Some of these are pretty obvious (well-documented, or much-discussed), but some may be less obvious than you’d think. Either way, it’s always good…

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VS/TFS 2012 Tidbits: Agile Planning - Drag & Drop to Assign Sprints

As the Visual Studio family of products (Visual Studio, TFS, Test Professional) nears its 2012 release, I thought I’d bring some short hits – tidbits, if you will – to my blog.  Some of these are pretty obvious (well-documented, or much-discussed), but some may be less obvious than you’d think.  Either way, it’s always good…

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Thoughts on Managing Documentation Efforts in Team Foundation Server

I’ve met with several customers over the last few months who either are, or are looking to, manage their documentation efforts in Team Foundation Server.  There’s not much guidance or documentation about the best way to do that.  Now my blog is hardly a repository of impactful information; but I hope this post helps to…

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