With this little tidbit of information, we were able to write a powershell script that iterates through a given folder recursively and identifies executables that are dependent on VS Isolated Shell.
Our technology landscape has never been more diverse. Developers are taking on an increasingly broad range of tools and skill sets under the flag of innovation and agility. Senior ADM, Rob Reilly reflects on experiences in the manufacturing industry to ask important questions about efficiency,
In Part 1 of this 5 part series, Senior Application Development Manager, Chuck Goodspeed, shares insights and lessons from a large Windows Server 2003 migration.
July of 2015, Support for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 came to an end.
By this point of time,
The Developer Ramp-Up Series, offered through Premier Support for Developers, is a collection of webcasts created with the goal of teaching developers basic development skills. No prior knowledge is necessary. The current offering includes a collection of webcasts and hands on lab guides/exercises in the areas of PowerShell,
Establishing good ALM practices and learning to take full advantage of ALM tools is one of the best investments you can make with your team. Premier Support for Developers works with many of Microsoft’s largest and most strategic customers to optimize the use of Team Foundation Server and Visual Studio ALM tools.
David Weiler, Application Development Manager, explains how the Premier Support for Partners relationship provides value above and beyond traditional technical support.
Most already know about Premier’s fantastic support for Enterprise customers and Software Development Teams. If you are running a business that relies on Microsoft technology,
Every new version of Windows brings new features and opportunities for developers, but also some challenges with compatibility of existing applications. It’s never too early to plan ahead, so big thanks to Premier Developer consultants Maarten Van De Bospoort and Pat Altimore for this piece on Windows 10 compatibility.