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Microsoft’s Connect (); 2016 is almost here! Are you registered?

November 3, 2016 | No Comments

Connect (); 2016 will be streamed live and there will be several industry innovators diving deep into technical sessions. Some of the speakers include: Scott Guthrie, Principal Program Manager; Nat Friedman, CVP of the Mobile Developer Tools; Scott Hanselman, Principal Program Manager for .NET and ASP.NET Communities; Donovan Brown, Senior Program Manager for DevOps, and more! Connect (); is November 16-18th, 2016 and will kick off …

InCycle is Now a Microsoft Nationally Managed Partner

October 21, 2016 | No Comments

InCycle is pleased to announce that we are now a Microsoft Nationally Managed Partner! Based on our thought-leadership, project success and feedback from customers — Microsoft has recognized our customer impact on ALM, DevOps and Azure. What does this mean to you? More awesome events. Given our increased collaboration with Microsoft, there will be even more high quality events! These include workshops, assessments, webinars, etc. Access to more …

Two In-person Events on DevOps & On-demand Provisioning to Azure

October 19, 2016 | No Comments

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Chicago – Visual Studio 2015 Launch Event

October 22, 2015 | No Comments

Yesterday I had the privilege of presenting at the Chicago – Visual Studio 2015 Launch Event. We had a great turn out for the event. I was able to present on the same stage as Brian Harry, who gave the keynote in the morning. It was really fun to share how easy it is to perform Cloud-based Load Tests once you have created a Visual Studio …

Customizing the Team Home Page

July 1, 2015 | No Comments

I recently received the following message via LinkedIn from someone who read my The New TFS 2013 Agile Planning Features in Update 2 blog post: What I can’t figure out is how to get the square tiles with info. … I can configure TFS anyway I want to, but I just can’t find instructions, blogs, videos or anything that talk about tiles. I can create any …

vNext Build Awesomeness – Managing Version Numbers

June 18, 2015 | No Comments

I have only been playing around with the vNext build system for a little while but, I have stumbled upon some real awesomeness! I now have a build template that allows me to create a new build definition, set a couple of variables, build and then my version numbers will automatically get updated AND I can connect those version numbers directly to the build number because …

Mourning the Loss of Frederic Persoon

May 13, 2015 | No Comments

We sadly inform you that we’ve suffered a great loss. Our leader and President of InCycle, Frederic Persoon, passed away on Thursday, May 7th. Frederic was an outstanding person, perpetual gentlemen and an incredible husband and father. His kindness and enthusiasm extended beyond his friends and family and reached many throughout the business community, particularly, the Microsoft partner and customer community. During various Microsoft events this …

Stakeholder licenses in TFS 2013 Update 4

December 5, 2014 | No Comments

Now that TFS 2013 update 4 is out I wanted to talk about one of the features that may bring a financial incentive for your organization to upgrade. Microsoft changed the licensing scheme for TFS and now changed the basic ‘Limited’ access level and replaced it with ‘Stakeholder’. So what does this mean?   Stakeholder licenses now allow for people who are not directly on the …

Strategy for organizing your network in Windows Azure IaaS

October 16, 2014 | No Comments

With each subnet the useable IP range begins at ###.###.###.4. In other words the first VM you create in the example above on Subnet-1 would be 10.1.1.4. So let’s say we would like to set up our domain controller first. Typically with a Domain Controller we would prefer to have a fixed IP number right? Now with Azure we cannot specify a fixed IP but rather …

[Video] DevOps and Cloud Series moving TFS to the Cloud

October 8, 2014 | No Comments

Your dreams to become reality… Developing in the cloud means no hardware maintenance and significant infrastructure savings. Now that you are hooked with Azure,  why not moving all your development activities in the Cloud? This presentation will show the benefits and best practices on migrating your TFS to the cloud.

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