You can find the latest flight plan snapshot at aka.ms/vsarFlightPlan
Extracting effective permissions from TFS whitepaper and sample announces the release of the Extracting effective permissions from TFS research findings, packaged in a whitepaper and samples, based on a prototype, not a production solution.
Understanding TFS migrations from on-premise to Visual Studio Online – Part 1: Concepts includes the first of two whitepapers. This first part provides practical guidance on selecting a suitable migration strategy as well as tooling to migrate to Visual Studio Online without affecting your operational environment or data fidelity.
Simplification, strategic alignment and value-add innovations for 2015 are being discussed and planned. Watch the space for exciting news.
a few more SAFe Agilists
The following ALM Rangers attended the Leading SAFe workshop at the MVP Summit and passed the SAFe Agilist certification: Esteban Garcia, Gordon Beeming, Martin Kulov, Mattias Sköld, Richard Fennell,Steve St Jean and Vladimir Gusarov. WELL DONE!
family > job > rangers festive month
December is always a very low-bandwidth month for the ALM Rangers as we focus on our families and the non-digital worlds. Here are a few pictures taken around British Columbia during the festive season … enjoy!
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David V. Corbin, an experienced TFVC user, working on the Git for TFVC Users guide. A picture is worth a thousand words