The Git Hole

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Tweet I consider myself a calm person with plenty of tolerance, I believe in productive discussion and love it – Part of my job as a consultant is to talk with Teams and explain them why you should choose a specific product over another, in 99.9% of those meetings there is one guy that don’t like the change (No One Like Changes) and you need in a calm way to explain and show him the benefits of the new tool – Forcing someone to do something is never a good thing. But sometimes there is no wining side in a discussion,...

אז מה חדש ב–TFS 11

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Tweet מהרגע שחזרתי מכנס Build לקוחות שואלים אותי מה מחכה להם בגרסא החדשה של Visual Studio 11 ו – TFS 11? קצת היסטוריה – בעבר חברות רכשו מספר רב של כלים עבור כל תפקיד ייעודי בחברה, לאנשי פיתוח – Visual Studio, לאנשי בדיקות Quality Center ועוד כלים לאוטומציה, מנהלים עבדו עם Excel או MS Project ועוד ועוד כלים, הבעיה שלא היתה אינטגרציה ושיתופיות מלאה בין הכלים, מה שגרם לקשיים לא קטנים בתקשורת ובמעקב אחרי התהליך. ב – 2005 מיקרוסופט הוציאה לאוויר העולם את Team...

Visual Studio 2010 מכללת סלע ומיקרוסופט שמחות להזמינך למפגש מרתק ללא תשלום בנושא

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Application Life Cycle Management with Visual Studio 2010 במפגש זה תוכלו ללמוד על פתרון ה- ALM המתקדם ביותר ולצפות בדמאויים עשירים. המפגש מיועד למפתחים ולבודקים ויועבר ע"י מיטב המומחים בנושא.   לוח זמנים מתוכנן : 8:30-9:00 – התכנסות ורישום. 9:00-10:00 – Requirement Management using Visual Studio 2010 – מרצה : דן מורגנשטיין. 10:00-11:00 – Applied Software Testing with Visual Studio 2010 – מרצה : שי רייטן 11:00-11:15 – הפסקה 11:15-12:00 – סיפור לקוח – חטיבת מוצרי ה- Enterprise של Nice בחברה ב- ALM כפתרון ארגוני. 12:00-12:45 – Team Build 2010 – מרצה : שמוליק סגל 12:45-13:00 – שאלות ותשובות.   המפגש יתקיים בבית מיקרוסופט , הפנינה 2, רעננה בתאריך : 5/6 לפרטים נוספים...

Visual Studio Modeling Feature Pack Available!

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Visual Studio Modeling Feature Pack Available! Brian Harry just post about Visual Studio Modeling Feature Pack Available! Here is a glimpse of the new features in the Pack, C++ Support As you may know, in VS 2010, there’s no support for C++ in our modeling tools.  This feature pack includes the first installment of C++ support.  It’s not complete but it’s a beginning.    Web Site Support We’ve added support for the architectural tools to really understand the structure of web sites and the artifacts contained in them.  It now understands...

Visual Studio 2010 – What Version Is For Me?

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Visual Studio 2010 – What Version Is For Me? As you know Visual Studio 2010 Is Released and Available for Download on MSDN. If you look at your MSDN download section you’ll notice there couple of versions available for download, In Visual Studio Team System 2005/2008 we had Testing version, Developer (DB) version Architecture version and Suite that contains all. Visual Studio 2010 comes with 4 editions with more global names (not Tester or Developer): ...

Visual Studio 2010 RC – Unable To Load Modeling Project From Beta 2

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Visual Studio 2010 RC – Unable To Load Modeling Project From Beta 2 After upgrading to Visual Studio RC I was unable to open Modeling project that were created in Visual Studio Beta 2. There is a very quick workaround to solve this issue by modifying the modelproj file. There are only three actions need to be done: 1. Backup your projects. 2. Open modelproj file and change the version to 1.0.0.0 (0.3.0.0) and attribute name from TeamArchitect to ArchitectureTools 3. Define the new path where Modeling project targets are placed. 4....

The Ultimate Offer – TFS For Everyone

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

The Ultimate Offer – TFS For Everyone In my previous posts I’ve talked about TFS 2010 Server Licensing , 500$ for TFS retail it’s a very good price, But I have MSDN Subscription Do I Need To Pay More? You don’t need to pay any additional fee, the opposite, you will get a Free Upgrade with many new features and new tools. Each version of Visual Studio 2010 includes a Team Foundation Server, so if you have Visual Studio 2008 Professional with MSDN Professional you can upgrade to Visual Studio 2010 Professional for Free...

More About Directed Graph Markup Language ( DGML )

Saturday, October 3, 2009

More About Directed Graph Markup Language ( DGML ) In my last post about Introduction to Directed Graph Markup Language ( DGML ) were very popular and so here is more about DGML DirectedGraph Element This is the default namespace of DirectedGraph element - http://schemas.microsoft.com/vs/2009/dgml. There are number of attributes that is supported for this element, helping you to design the DGML. For example : Background (Change background color) and GroupDirection(TopToBottom,BottomToTop,LeftToRight,RightToLeft) Link Element The link element is probably the most important one that relays on Nodes and links...

Introduction to Directed Graph Markup Language ( DGML )

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Introduction to Directed Graph Markup Language ( DGML ) Couple of weeks ago I spoke with Ohad Israeli about his conclusions from IDCC conference, it seems like more and more people like to hear about Architecture and Methodology rather than another Developer language or technique. In my previous post I showed the new features of VS2010 – Visualize Code Relationships (Archicture), as we all know Visual Studio Team System 2010 comes with many new abilities especially in the Testing , Architecture area. In my upcoming posts I’ll focus about Architecture with Visual Studio Team System 2010...

VS2010 – Visualize Code Relationships (Architecture)

Monday, May 18, 2009

VS2010 – Visualize Code Relationships (Architecture) Here is another new feature for Visual Studio 2010 - Visualize Code Relationships There is 3 types of graphs: By Assembly By Namespace By Class By Assembly - This graph is all about showing you the dependencies between the various assemblies that make up all the projects in your solution.   By Namespace   By Class – This is one of the most complicated graphs because what you are seeing is dependencies at the class level, with no grouping by assembly or namespace