Perfect working environment and a question on TFS training for Vancouver community

I have been working in the open lunch area at the Vancouver Development Centre today, with a Star Wars movie marathon running in the background … the perfect working environment What about Visual Studio 2013 training? I would like to understand whether there is an appetite for the following training with the Vancouver (BC Canada)…

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Tell us about your success stories!

When walking along the beach, farmlands, watching my sons play soccer, collaborating at an event or lingering at the airport I take pictures … many pictures. Each photo is evidence (visual testimonial?!?) of a special instance in time! Similarly, we rely on your feedback, your success stories and testimonials to determine if the ALM Rangers…

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Unit Test Generator v1.2 and Tim’s Gremlins

The vsarUnitTestFx (Unit Test Generator) team has just finished the testing of the latest version of the extension v1.2. Start exploring the extension by Exploring the Unit Test Generator VS Extension v1.RC. v1.2 – What’s New? Similar to v1.1 this latest release is a bug fix release, which resolves the bug “9205 – Configuration dialog…

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FAQ: What are silent releases and why are the ALM Rangers using them?

As always meeting the ALM Rangers in person at the MVP Summit and mingling with the MVPs and their often mind-blowing discussions has been a great experience.  Unfortunately I had to leave early, but my colleagues should be happy that I too am sticking to our mantra of family > job > rangers Getting back…

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Introducing the Visual Studio ALM Rangers – Chris Margraff

This post is part of an ongoing series of Rangers introductions. See Ranger Index (Who is Who?) for more details. Who you are? I have worked in MCS for the last 12 years, focusing on business productivity &  application platform development, more recently strategic consulting. What makes you “tick”? I most enjoy solving problems and…

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Introducing the Visual Studio ALM Rangers – Michael Wiley

This post is part of an ongoing series of Rangers introductions. See Ranger Index (Who is Who?) for more details. Who you are? Michael Wiley, Senior Premier Field Engineer with Microsoft.  I work primarily with our customers on Visual Studio ALM, Windows/application troubleshooting, and Internet Explorer migration. What makes you “tick”? I have an insatiable…

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Things you probably [did not] know about the Visual Studio ALM Rangers

Did you know that … We are 7 years old! See https://aka.ms/vsarunderstand for details. We specialise in distributed, part-time & very agile application lifecycle management! We were the first users of https://tfs.visualstudio.com! See publications for articles and journals documenting our dog-fooding and 24×365 reliance on the service … we intentionally have no fall back! We…

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ALM Rangers Triage #6 – What happened to your idea in UserVoice?

If you have submitted an ALM Rangers solution idea, please locate it below and determine if you are happy with the status and comment.  We need your candid feedback to ensure we prepare for the next triage and action your idea appropriately! This post is reflects the status as at 2013/11/09. Where are we? In…

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Ranger Flash – October 2013

NOTE: Click on images for better quality. Updates Unit Test Generator team has shipped a v1.1 bug fix revision, with another planned for early November. Building a Release Pipeline with TFS eBook is available. Enjoy the read! Robert MacLean from the ALM Readiness Treasure Map team released a video taking you on a fast tour…

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Introducing the Visual Studio ALM Rangers – Sahaswaranamam Subramanian

This post is part of an ongoing series of Rangers introductions. See Ranger Index (Who is Who?) for more details. Who you are? Sr ALM Consultant with InCycle Software. Have been working with TFS and ALM over the years, like the way VS ALM stack embraced many capabilities and challenged the market..Love to be involved…

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