Tony Whitter wins the ALM Rangers Project Lead Champion 2013 Award

Tony Whitter has been nominated by his peers and has won the Project Lead Champion award for loving transparency, being focused on fine tuning his teams and overall collaboration over the past twelve months. “Unedited” comments submitted with some of the nominations: Manages the IntelliTrace project with Swiss precision. He managed to breath life into…


Brian Blackman wins the ALM Rangers Ruck Master Champion 2013 Award!

Brian Blackman has been nominated by his peers and has won the Ruck Master Champion award for being the top mentor, guide and coach for project leads and teams over the past twelve months.   “Unedited” comments submitted with some of the nominations: He’s the only one! On a more serious note, Brian has been…


Introducing the Visual Studio ALM Rangers – Nicholas Hauenstein

This post is part of an ongoing series of Rangers introductions. See Ranger Index (Who is Who?) for more details. Who you are? I’m a father, a husband, and a life-long tinkerer. I’ve been writing software since I was 12, started a business selling mail-order software at 13, and jumped head first into the .NET Framework…


Version Control in the TFS Client Object Model – MSDN Magazine article by Jeff Bramwell

Jeff Bramwell wrote an article as a follow-up to “Using the Team Foundation Server Client Object Model” to introduce the version control APIs. MSDN Magazine Issue: January 2013 Online article version: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/jj883959.aspx A great read during your next coffee break! See TOC: ALM Rangers MSDN Magazine and other publications for a list of all publications…