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WPC 2016 Wrap-up

  • Stephanie Long
  • 12.08.2016
  • Blog
We were very excited that three of our colleagues were able to attend the sold out World Partner Conference (WPC) 2016 in Toronto. This is our 10th year and counting! ...
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TFS “15” RC1 is Available!

  • David Jung
  • 10.08.2016
  • Blog
TFS “15”, not to be confused with TFS 2015, has now reached Release Candidate status. This means this is a “go-live” release and will be supported by Microsoft when ...
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TFS “15” Preview is Available & Fully Loaded!

  • David Jung
  • 26.07.2016
  • Blog
Team Foundation Server (TFS) “15” Preview
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Ready to Improve Performance & Reduce Your Infrastructure & ...

Many organizations today are wanting IT to deliver more value by advancing application development to reach time to market goals, while keeping costs low. And as ...
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Managing Costs of DevOps in the Microsoft Cloud

  • Stephanie Long
  • 13.04.2016
  • Blog
Our very own David Pitcher, Sr. ALM Consultant, presented on the Microsoft Virtual Academy this week on Azure Subscription Overview and Roles to Manage Dev/Test in the ...
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Build 2016 Recap

  • Stephanie Long
  • 08.04.2016
  • Blog
Each year, Microsoft fans and developers get together at Build for a sneak peek of Microsoft’s upcoming announcements. At this year’s Build, there was a lot of exciting ...
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Visual Studio 2015 Launch Event in San Francisco!

  • Stephanie Long
  • 05.12.2015
  • Blog
Join us next Tuesday, December 8th in San Francisco for the Visual Studio 2015 launch event! One of our Senior Consultants, David Jung will be speaking there along with ...
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There are many great updates for the TFS 2015 release!

  • Stephanie Long
  • 01.12.2015
  • Blog
There’s now an updated version of Release Management for Visual Studio 2015 which provides improves performance in the following areas:
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Migrating Release Management 2013/2015 to Release Management Service

  • Daniel Mann
  • 25.11.2015
  • Blog
A lot of stuff has happened in the wonderful Microsoft world in the past few weeks. If you weren't aware, Visual Studio Online is now Visual Studio Team Services! And in ...
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