InCycle Software's Blog.

Locked out of SQL Server? Forgot the SA password? How to create a new ...

  • Neil Moffatt
  • 30.11.2012
  • Blog
If you have every found yourself locked out of SQL Server 2008 R2 it can be quite a scary experience. This scenario does happen from time to time even with our best ...
READ MORE

Team Foundation Service announced end of preview

  • InCycle
  • 28.11.2012
  • Blog
Team Foundation Service, the cloud version of TFS launched one year ago is now available for full production use.
READ MORE

Visual Studio Update 1 is out!

  • InCycle
  • 28.11.2012
  • Blog
As Kris Lankford mentioned in his previous blog post, Visual Studio moved to continuous delivery with a release every 3 weeks. The Visual Studio update 1 is now ...
READ MORE

Better way to add “not null” column to an existing table and preserve ...

  • Sahas Subramanian
  • 27.11.2012
  • Blog
SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) takes the Database Development Lifecycle to the next level by offering tight integration with Visual Studio Application Lifecycle Management ...
READ MORE

Documenting your database with Visual Studio 2012 SSDT tools

  • Kris Lankford
  • 16.11.2012
  • Blog
The title of this post is interesting and something I am wishing you and your colleagues had a better way to do. I understand as I am asked this question frequently. I ...
READ MORE

VSS to TFS upgrade made easy

  • Sahas Subramanian
  • 14.11.2012
  • Blog
Download the latest VSS upgrade tool from visual studio gallery. This utility alleviates VSS to TFS migration pain to some great extent.. one of the best improvements ...
READ MORE

A goal without a plan is just a wish

  • Frederic Persoon
  • 13.11.2012
  • Blog
(Antoine de Saint-Exupery)
READ MORE

Smart Search box to find and manage work items in VS 2012/TFS 2012

  • Sahas Subramanian
  • 03.11.2012
  • Blog
Both Visual Studio 2012 and TFS web access (2012) offers a smart search function to quickly find work items. By default, we can search work items based on Work Item ID ...
READ MORE

Suspending Work with Visual Studio 2012

  • Neil Moffatt
  • 02.11.2012
  • Blog
As a developer, how many times has your boss dropped by with an urgent task that had to be started right away. If you are one of the lucky ones this is not a regular ...
READ MORE