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DevOps, Git, and Agile updates from the team building Azure DevOps

May 4th QLD Usergroup: Get your Kanban on!

Anthony Borton is so good he can run a user group in Australia while in Redmond. Okay turns out he isn’t that good-but he does have really good people helping him and this month, David Cook, is stepping up to the plate to deliver an updated version of a talk he very successfully delivered at the Agile NZ Conference recently. David's talk...

Anthony Borton and ALM Training releases two new Visual Studio 11 courses

Anthony Borton has been working around the clock and has updated two of the ALM Training courses for our Microsoft Visual Studio “11” Beta release. In addition to updated modules, these courses include brand knew modules focusing on the new features and capabilities in this version. Project Management with Visual Studio 11 ...

Visual Studio 11 Beta: Test Controller Goes 64 Bit!!

Visual Studio 2010 supported 64 bit Test Agent which used to allow us to do 64bit test runs as explained here. But Test Controller was capable of running in 32 bit mode only. As a 32 bit process, it was limited to 2GB of memory. This causes scale issues sometimes as QTController process starts throwing Out of Memory exceptions as it approaches...

Requirements Collaboration-TFS & inteGREAT Webcast April 25th 1:00PM EDT

Siddharth and Asif will be doing a Webinar on how the inteGREAT RLM software extends the capabilities of Microsoft’s TFS & Office platforms; combined providing a comprehensive, simple to use, highly scalable, requirements solution for all project stakeholders.Session Details: Title: Requirements Collaboration-TFS & ...

Announcing Keyword-Driving Testing Integration from LogiGear

April 18th LogiGear gave the first look at their eagerly sought product, TestArchitect™ for Visual Studio®.  Tightly integrated with Visual Studio 11, LogiGear’s flagship product TestArchitect empowers users to quickly and effortlessly create as well as maintain very large volume of test cases within Microsoft Visual Studio by ...

Test Scribe for MTM 11 Beta is out

 The Test Scribe Power Tool, which is used to generate documentation for test plan and test run for Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) has been updated for MTM 11 Beta.  The updated version is here.  The MTM 2010 version continues to be here...

Acceptance Testing UI using Visual Studio 2010 Microsoft Test Manager and Fit style tables

A while back I was sitting in a class by Rod Claar and he introduced the concept of using Fit tables for improving collaboration in software development. The way Fit tables do this is by enabling stakeholders and business analysts to enter expected input and the proper output in a tool they are comfortable with – like excel. A simple ...

Friday 13th High Noon – An early BETA of the Branching Guide is released

We are pleased to announce that we have released another one of the ALM Rangers Visual Studio 11 Readiness “Gig” projects, delivering practical guidance focused on branching and merging. For more information on the ALM Rangers Visual Studio 11 Readiness “Gig” please refer to here or click the image above. For more information on ...

Team Foundation Service whitepaper has shipped!

We are pleased to announce that we have released another one of the ALM Rangers Visual Studio 11 Readiness “Gig” projects, delivering supporting guidance focused on Team Foundation Service. For more information on the ALM Rangers Visual Studio 11 Readiness “Gig” please refer to here or click the image above. //2012-...

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