Visual Studio 2012 Update 1 Released

The first Update for Visual Studio 2012 and Team Foundation Server is now out. This includes new features in four main areas: Windows Development SharePoint Development Agile Teams Continuous Quality Soma’s put a great summary together so take a look at that for the details and it’s available now for download. I’m going to put…

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Multiple Teams with TFS 2012 & Visual Studio Scrum v2.0

RippleRock are one of our closest partners in the UK when it comes to facilitating Agile practices with Team Foundation Server.  Colin Bird is the founder of RippleRock but formerly, as Conchango’s CTO, he was responsible for their Agile consulting services and tools, including Scrum for Team System. Colin has written a very interesting blog…

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Visual Studio 2012 Page Inspector

The new Page Inspector in Visual Studio 2012 really helps with a common problem – where does something I can see in my web application’s UI actually come from? Where in my source code will I need to look? Page Inspector provides integrated browser diagnostic tools that allow you to see where UI elements are…

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The Windows 8 opportunity for developers. An interview with my Director.

This post draws on an interview with my Boss’ Boss, Anand Krishnan, and provides a good overview of the opportunity App developers have with Windows 8. I won’t repeat the contents here but it covers the projected size of the Windows 8 market, the developer eco-system and how to make money out of Windows 8…

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Team Foundation Service is out of Preview and now released

Team Foundation Service is now released! Here’s my summary of the key links and information: Announcement Does the URL change from <myname>.tfspreview.com? Yes, that will continue to work, but your account will now be available at <myname>.visualstudio.com. Mine just worked, there’s no “migration” to go through. Is it still free? Yes, for up to 5…

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