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Deliver Higher Quality Software with Automated Coded UI Testing

By All Posts, Application Development, Application Lifecycle Management, Testing, Videos, Visual Studio, Webinars

Are you ready to deliver higher quality software with Visual Studio automated coded UI testing? Then you have come to the right place. In this webinar video, we’re going to show you: How to increase the effectiveness, efficiency, and coverage of your software testing by using Microsoft’s automated coded UI testing tools. How to improve your overall software quality by using automated testing to increase the depth and scope of tests. Learn how to save…

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Get the Most from Your Azure MSDN Subscription

By All Posts, Application Development, Azure, Cloud, Visual Studio

Today I am going to go through some scripts I use every day to manage complex Azure hosted environments so that you can get the most from your Azure MSDN subscription. Windows Azure PowerShell I have written a number of posts using the Windows Azure PowerShell Module, and I even use it as an example when writing my own modules. If you do not have it installed on your machine, I highly recommend it. Windows…

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How To Manage Your Test Labs Without The Headaches

By All Posts, Application Lifecycle Management, Team Foundation Server, Testing, Videos, Visual Studio, Webinars

Are you ready to learn how to manage your test labs without the headaches? Then you’ve come to the right place. In this webinar video, we’re going to show you: Why managing test labs can be such a challenge and how to avoid the headaches. How to effectively expedite and streamline your Build-Deploy-Test process using Microsoft Lab Management. Learn how to provision lab environments quickly for your testers and developers How to enhance the productivity…

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Imaginet and Microsoft Launch Visual Studio 2013 in Calgary

By All Posts, Announcements, Application Lifecycle Management, Training, Visual Studio

Imaginet was thrilled to partner with Microsoft for the launch of Visual Studio 2013 in Calgary. This event featured not one but two of Imaginet’s world-renowned Microsoft TFS and Kanban experts: Aaron Kowall and Dave White. Attendees were in for a treat the moment they registered for the event. We covered a broad range of topics, including: Transforming software development in a world of devices and services Accelerating Business Agility with Modern ALM services Agile…

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Discover How the Kanban Method Can Kick Start a Culture of Continuous Improvement for Your Organization

By All Posts, Application Lifecycle Management, Kanban, Team Foundation Server, Videos, Visual Studio, Webinars

Are you ready to discover how the Kanban method can kick start a culture of continuous improvement for our organization? If so, you have come to the right place. In this webinar video, we’re going to show you: How Kanban will FINALLY give you process, automation, and consistency in your development projects. How we construct a Kanban system that works seamlessly in Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2013. How to read valuable reports that provide…

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How to Finally INCREASE and IMPROVE Developer Productivity with Visual Studio and TFS 2013

By All Posts, Application Development, Application Lifecycle Management, Productivity, Team Foundation Server, Videos, Visual Studio, Webinars

Are you ready to discover how to finally increase and improve developer productivity with Microsoft Visual Studio and TFS (Team Foundation Server) 2013? In this webinar video, we’re going to show you: How we managed to increase developer productivity by over 300% in top fortune 500 companies. The most important BRAND NEW features in TFS 2013 that WILL change the way you develop code. When to use Git integration with TFS 2013. How to use…

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Make Your Software Teams Successful by Leveraging the Latest Features in Visual Studio 2013

By All Posts, Application Lifecycle Management, Team Foundation Server, Videos, Visual Studio, Webinars

Are you ready to make your software teams more successful by leveraging the latest features in Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server 2013? If so, you’ve come to the right place. In this webinar video, we’re going to show you: How Agile Portfolio Management can help you avoid development team chaos. How to load test your applications for FREE using the new Cloud Load Testing features. Hot to finally solve the collaboration problem nightmare. Hot…

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How to Get Control Over Your Portfolio of Projects with Agile and TFS

By Agile, All Posts, Application Lifecycle Management, Team Foundation Server, Videos, Visual Studio, Webinars

Are you ready to learn how agile planning, management, and tracking are streamlined with Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2013 and how to best leverage this functionality? In this webinar video, you will learn: New Enterprise Agile Management capabilities that are only available within Team Foundation Server 2013. How to effectively manage your Agile projects across all your teams, and avoid the 4 mistakes most team leads make on a daily basis. How…

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Change the Work Item Limit in the TFS 2013 Sprint Backlog

By Agile, All Posts, Application Lifecycle Management, Team Foundation Server, Visual Studio

I recently came across a situation where I needed to increase the work item limit in the Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013 Web Access sprint backlog. If you go over the limit, you will get a warning message when you access the sprint backlog. The task board will not function correctly, and the default limit is 500 work items. In order to change the work item limit in the TFS 2013 Sprint Backlog, you need…

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The Love/Hate Relationship with Work Item Tags

By All Posts, Application Lifecycle Management, Team Foundation Server, Visual Studio

In Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2012 Update 2, Microsoft introduced the ability to tag Work Items. You can check out the full article form Microsoft here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/dn132606.aspx. I absolutely love the idea of tagging Work Items. Especially because they allow you to add custom metadata without needing to do any WITD customization. As I mentioned in a previous post, this is a great help to enable the Single Team Project approach. However, there are some big…

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