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Start Live Unit Testing with Visual Studio 2017

March 3, 2017 | By | No Comments

In Visual Studio 2015, Microsoft introduced a feature called IntelliTest. It allows developers to go into their existing code base and create developer unit tests where there have not been any unit tests before. Even if the code has some level of unit test coverage, IntelliTest could be used to help uncover different test pathway that you might not have considered before. If you are not …

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

November 3, 2016 | By | 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 …

Visual Studio 2015 Launch Event in San Francisco!

December 5, 2015 | By | No Comments

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 many other subject matter experts. To celebrate this exciting launch, we are co-hosting this learning event which will provide you an opportunity to experience and see the new Visual Studio 2015! The event will kick off with …

There are many great updates for the TFS 2015 release!

December 1, 2015 | By | No Comments

There’s now an updated version of Release Management for Visual Studio 2015 which provides improves performance in the following areas: The release management client launch page Interactivity and rendering in other release management client pages Integration of TFS security groups and Active Directory Creation of new release Scriptable Build System The new scriptable build system is awesome because it’s a lot easier to develop and customize …

Migrating Release Management 2013/2015 to Release Management Service

November 25, 2015 | By | No Comments

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 VS Team Services, the next-gen Release Management Service is now in public preview! If you’re starting to look into the Release Management Service, you’ll probably note that it’s a bit different than the old agent-based …

Are you planning on upgrading your Visual Studio Team Foundation Server? Have you lingered on an older version of TFS?

November 13, 2015 | By | No Comments

Those who have stayed on an older version of TFS many times have the greatest challenges. Good news! There are direct upgrade paths from TFS 2010 SP1 and up, and system requirements haven’t changed from TFS 2013. This means TFS 2015 could support the same SQL Server versions as well as support the same operating systems of your current TFS 2013 instance. Why such a slow …

Microsoft Release Management: The Next Generation

August 25, 2015 | By | No Comments

Since this post was written, Microsoft has released their own update on Release Management. As a result, we’ve opted to remove our blog post in favor of pointing you toward Microsoft’s blog. You can see the whole story directly from Microsoft here.

Team Foundation Server 2015 Released Today

August 6, 2015 | By | No Comments

We’re excited (along with everyone else) that Team Foundation Server 2015 has been released TODAY! This is the biggest release in a long time! Now Available to Everyone! We know many people have been patiently waiting because prior to this 2015 release, these features were only available if you were a Visual Studio Online (VSO) customer. Release Management for Visual Studio 2015 There’s now an updated …

Unit Testing with Visual Studio 2015’s IntelliTest

July 31, 2015 | By | No Comments

When you run IntelliTest, it examines your .NET code to generate not only unit tests but also test data for the unit tests to use. Based on the logical branch conditions it finds, tries to create tests to provide the maximum amount of code coverage. In case you were wondering, Microsoft has been working on this technology for a while. IntelliTest is based on the Pex …

Prepare to “Run IntelliTest” with Visual Studio 2015

July 17, 2015 | By | No Comments

Anyone who is doing agile development will preach about how you need developer unit tests in the code base in order for automated builds to be effective. If you don’t, all you really know is that your code compiles on a another machine without any handholding. In order for automated builds to be beneficial, you need to test to see if your compiled code actually works …

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