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Code Coverage in Microsoft Test Manager in Visual Studio Update 1

Another in the ALM MVP Blog series. This article was written by Mike Douglas one of our most active ALM Rangers contributing to a bunch of the ALM Ranger projects!  Make sure and check out Mikes article: Continuous Feedback using Storyboarding, Code Reviews, and the Feedback Tool in Visual Studio 2012 ALM  (The ALM Ranger projects are ...

View Source in the CPU Usage tool

In Update 2 of Visual Studio 2013, we added the CPU Usage tool into the Performance and Diagnostics hub which allows you to see where the CPU is spending time executing your code. In Update 3 of Visual Studio 2013, we have made a small but important improvement to this tool: the ability to navigate from a function in the call tree to the ...

Continuous Deployment: Dev/Test in Azure and Deploy to Production On-premises

Easily provision the required resources in Microsoft Azure using the Azure Resource Manager templates, and deploy Web applications and SQL Server Databases to the Azure Virtual Machines (VMs), and run tests that are automatically distributed across VMs using the Visual Studio Test Agent. Once the application's functionality is verified, deploy...

Announcing Visual Studio 2015 Preview and Visual Studio 2013 Update 4 Availability

Last couple of weeks have been pretty crazy; in addition to the launching the new browser based Load Test Authoring experience at TechEd Europe, hosting the MVP summit, getting Update 4 released we have been working on getting Visual Studio 2015 Preview ready for you.   If you want a sneak of Visual Studio 2015 Preview in action be sure and ...

 
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Visual Studio 2013 Update 3 now available

With around 60 new features Visual Studio Update 3 has value through the entire development process from the new SDKs and emulators for Windows Phone and Windows Store development to the ~20 new features for Web developers including updates to ASP.NET Identity and Entity Framework.  For team members focused on Application Lifecycle workflows ...

 
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Code sample for using TFS events

The guys behind the All-In-One Code Framework published a sample on using TFS events earlier this month. I'm not sure, but it may have been thier first sample covering TFS. They have more on their backlog. You can suggest sample ideas, and vote on other suggestions, too. To vote on suggestions, search for TFS in the sample request service...

Visualize Code with Visual Studio 11 Beta

Remember the last time you worked with unfamiliar code? It can seem like it takes forever to understand how to change it and even longer to see the potential impact. What if you had a picture that shows how the code is organized and gives you more information about how changes might affect it? Good news! In Visual Studio 11 ...

 
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New CPU Usage tool in the Performance and Diagnostics hub in Visual Studio 2013

This blog post will give an overview of the features of the new CPU Usage tool in Visual Studio 2013 Update 2, and then walk through a specific example of how to use the CPU Usage tool to understand what functions are using the CPU so that you can prioritize your time optimizing the functions that will improve your performance the most. ...

Diagnosing memory issues with the new Memory Usage Tool in Visual Studio

As part of our continued effort to provide great diagnostic tools for developers, Visual Studio 2013 introduces a new Memory Usage tool as a part of the Performance and Diagnostics hub. The Memory Usage tool supports Windows Store and Windows Phone Store apps using C#/VB/C++ and XAML. This blog post gives you an overview of this tool and helps...