Slides from IDNDUG – July 2015 – Cross-Platform Development with VS2015 and .NET Core

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Thanks for all that attended my session at IDNDUG on Cross-Platform Development with VS2015 and .NET Core. Below are links to the session slides, resources and credits. Slides Resources and Credits​ Apache Cordova​ Getting Started with Visual Studio Tools for Apache Cordova​​​ Visual Studio 2015​​ .NET Core 5​ Sessions​ Taking .NET Cross-Platform: Building .NET Applications on Linux and Mac, Habib Heydarian​ Building Cross-Platform Apps with Apache Cordova and Microsoft Build.vNext, WPSchaub, Anisha​ Strategies for Developing Cross-Platform Applications with Visual Studio 2015, Amanda Silver​ Building Cross-Platform Mobile Apps in C++ with Visual Studio 2015, Ankit Asthana​ Cross-Platform Development with Visual Studio,  Eric Mittelette, Oliver Bloch, ​Kirupa Chinnathambi , David Catuhe, Edgar Banguero,...

Speaking at the Israel Dot NET Developers User Group (IDNDUG) on Cross Platform Development

Sunday, May 31, 2015

I'll be speaking at the Israel Dot NET Developers User Group (IDNDUG) on Wednesday, July 15, 2015 about cross-platform development, following Ariel Ben Horesh session on Git in Visual Studio. IDNDUG meetings are as always open to the public. Register free at: Sessions Cross-Platform Development with VS2015 and .NET Core .NET development with Visual Studio in not limited to the Windows platform. In this session we will see the how we can leverage our .NET projects in cross-platform environments including Windows, Linux and Mac using Visual Studio 2015 and .NET Core. Then we'll take a deep dive into the new tools that allows us...

Presenting on ALM & DevOps with Visual Studio 2013 Open Event

Friday, December 6, 2013

Microsoft will host CodeValue on (9th rescheduled) 15th Jan. 2014 on an open house event - "From ALM to DevOps - Upgrading the organizational ALM solution to a full DevOps environment". I'll be delivering a session on one of the exciting new features of TFS 2013: Release Management formerly known as InCycle InRelease.   For details and registration:
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New Microsoft ALM Study by Forrester

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

“Microsoft ALM Increases Productivity, Lowers Costs, And Creates More Agile IT Organizations” Source: Microsoft ALM : 3 year ROI of 295% and a payback period of 6 months ! According to Forrester
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TFS 2012 Update 2 – Top 5 ALM Reasons To Update

Friday, April 5, 2013

TFS Update 2 Offers Settings Preservation for In-Place Upgrades No more uninstalling the previous TFS version Work Item Tagging Tag and filter work items easily Web based Test Hub Manage Test Plans from the web Email Work Items from Web Access ...
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Updated: Presenting on ALM with Team Foundation Server 2012 at John Bryce Open House

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

A new date was published for the "ALM with Team Foundation Server 2012" event: Tuesday, February 26, 2013 where I'll be presenting the new agile features in TFS 2012. This is an open event hosted by CodeValue and John Bryce.   Click here for details and registration. Abstract Customers today demand faster software delivery with higher quality. ALM strategies, such as various agile methods can help. These are often backed up by powerful tools, such as TFS 2012. See how the new TFS 2012 can help your team become more agile and...
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Presenting on ALM & Visual Studio 2012 Open House

Sunday, November 25, 2012

I'll be presenting at the "Special Open House: ALM & Visual Studio 2012 - Latest Features and Updates" event on Monday, December 3, 2012 about the new features in TFS 2012. This is an open event hosted by CodeValue and Microsoft. Abstract Visual Studio 2012 provides all the necessary tools for building modern "Apps" for the PC, the Device and the Cloud. Combining With Team Foundation Service, you get an end-to-end ALM solution that handles everything from version control and code reviews to agile planning and automated builds and tests. CodeValue is proud to present Visual...
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Microsoft Pull Ahead of the Competition, says Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for ALM 2012

Friday, June 8, 2012

Gartner’s Magic Quadrant is one of the most prominent, if not the most prominent benchmark tools for major technology markets. The analysis report on the ALM market for 2012 is out, and marks Microsoft as the current leader: “By virtue of its position in the market as a provider of key platforms and development tools, Microsoft acts as an overall thought leader in the ALM market.” What about Microsoft’s disadvantages? Gartner says: “Although Microsoft is one of the only vendors to cover all aspects of the SDLC, its greatest challenge has been support for...
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Process Editor Exports An Empty WIT XML

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Apparently there's a bug in the Process Editor when exporting a WIT. It happens when attempting to export a WIT to a file. The export was 'successful' - no error and no indication that something went wrong, and yet the export produced an empty XML. This occurs when the export took place offline, without prompting the user to re-connect to TFS. The solution is to initiate a connection from the Team Explorer an repeat the export.
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