Monthly Archive for: January, 2014

Instrumenting applications with Dotfuscator via Team Build

January 29, 2014 | By | No Comments

If you’re using PreEmptive Analytics for Team Foundation Server or Dotfuscator and have automated builds via Team Foundation Server, you’ve probably thought, “I’d love to be able to have Dotfuscator run and apply instrumentation to my application after it builds!”. Well, the good news is: You can! Dotfuscator actually ships with some MSBuild targets that make running Dotfuscator during the build really easy! The only problem …

New Microsoft Vouchers for Agile deployment assessment with Visual Studio

January 17, 2014 | By | No Comments

For Software Assurance customers, Microsoft added a third voucher to the Development Tools Deployment Planning services (DTDPS) program. The voucher for Agile deployment will allow customers to develop an effective strategy for adopting or improving agility with Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server. This three-day engagement consists of an assessment with a Microsoft ALM Partner and results of a set of customized recommendations for improving agility. …

Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) goals for 2014

January 16, 2014 | By | No Comments

Some of us tend to kick off the New Year with new goals, perhaps even professional goals. If you haven’t thought of your 2014 goals yet, we might be able to help. The list below summarizes the top 15 Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) goals from the customers we worked with in 2013. Hopefully, it will help you narrow down YOUR top 3 priorities for 2014. Please …

ALM Ranger Champions 2014: David Pitcher nominated for his DevOps expertise

January 16, 2014 | By | No Comments

We are pleased to announce that David Pitcher, Senior ALM consultant at InCycle and ALM Ranger has been nominated in the “Geek” Champion category. David has been recognized by his peers for his deep understanding of DevOps, specifically around build and deployment questions. Every year, the ALM Ranger champion awards, recognize the “best of the best”, selected by their ALM Ranger peers. See the full results. …

What is the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) and Why Should You Care?

January 15, 2014 | By | No Comments

As a long time product management professional and agile coach, I welcome any opportunity that delivers business impact and allows organizations to achieve remarkable results. For too long, “agile” was deemed only relevant for development teams and “lean thinking” was reserved for shop floors in modern manufacturing facilities (think Toyota Production System (TPS)). Interestingly, agile is increasingly permeating new departments (e.g., marketing) and management strategies, like …

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