TFS on Azure IaaS team shipped a silent BETA to ALM Rangers and ALM MVPs.
Version Control Guidance team has split deliverables into two separate flights, one focused on the Git for TFVC User and the other on the three other guides (branching, TVFC and NuGet). The latter shipped a silent BETA to ALM Rangers and ALM MVPs.
As outlined in what has changed in the home of the ALM Rangers during FY13 we introduced a quarterly triage of solution ideas. There are no new Visual Studio UserVoice ideas, assigned to the Rangers category, and we have more than enough “in-flight” and “getting ready for take-off” ideas on our flight plan status board as shown above. See you in triage #9 during July 2014!
welcome our new Rangers
highlights from the communities
Orlando Code Camp had a full ALM track that was very well attended. The event had over 600 people and the ALM room stayed really busy all day. We had 4 ALM MVPs in hand: Brian Minisi, Paul Hacker, Steve St. Jean and Esteban Garcia. For more information see: Orlando Code Camp Recap.
Jim Szubryt reports on the Flourish! Open Source Conference 2014 on April 5th held by University of Illinois at Chicago.
VS Anywhere continues to support and be dog-fooded by Rangers. Visit https://vsanywhere.com/web/ for an overview of the efficient geo-distributed team productivity tool and latest downloads.
important Ranger reads
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