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Imaginet MiniCast: How to Add Pre and Post Build Scripts

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Watch this short Imaginet MiniCast to learn how to add pre and post build scripts to your automated build definition in Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) in order to improve build quality and optimize your overall application lifecycle. Imaginet is the global leader in Microsoft Application Lifecycle Management Visual Studio services and recently recognized as Microsoft Partner of the Year for our outstanding solutions in ALM. With over 650 successful ALM customers and over 1800 successful…

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Microsoft Cloud to Touchdown in Canada — Are You Ready?

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Microsoft to Touchdown in Canada — Are You Ready? On June 2, 2015, Microsoft’s Chief Operating Officer (COO), Kevin Turner, announced Microsoft Corporation’s plans to deliver locally hosted Microsoft Cloud services — Microsoft Azure, Office 365 and Dynamics CRM Online — from Canada. Microsoft will build two data centers in Canada as it expands its global cloud computing services. There is no better time for Canadians to take advantage of the Cloud than with this expansion. It will…

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Imaginet MiniCast: How to Create Builds with Team Build

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Watch this short Imaginet MiniCast to learn how to create an automated build with Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) & Team Build in order to gain efficiencies and optimize your application lifecycle. Imaginet is the global leader in Microsoft Application Lifecycle Management Visual Studio services and recently recognized as Microsoft Partner of the Year for our outstanding solutions in ALM. With over 650 successful ALM customers and over 1800 successful ALM engagements, we have a proven…

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The Trappings of Not Using View Models (Part 1)

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The Trappings of Not Using View Models (Part 1) While there will forever be a debate over the fruitfulness of using view models in MVC applications, chances are that an application of a reasonable size will end up requiring them. I don’t like to state this as a solid requirement, but I will present two good cases as to why you should almost always start with them.   Enumerable Models in Your Views If you…

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Save Money and Increase Productivity by Leveraging Azure for Dev and Test

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Every development team needs a development infrastructure in place to design, develop, test, and deliver custom software. Without this dev and test infrastructure, the team cannot work. Implementing and maintaining a development infrastructure in physical, on-premises hardware is inherently costly and prone to delays due to long procurement cycles and increased effort required. Scalable, on-demand cloud infrastructure like Microsoft Azure empowers development and test teams to be more agile, deliver faster, and deliver higher quality.​…

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Gain Productivity and Peace of Mind with SharePoint Managed Services

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SharePoint sustainability continues to be an issue for many organizations, although adoption and use of Microsoft SharePoint is growing. An industry study by Osterman Research identifies 3 most common SharePoint maintenance issues: Costly SharePoint downtime and outages More than 80% of organizations experience unplanned downtime multiple times per year. Average of 5 outages per year are caused by errors of IT Team. Lack of trained personnel 43% of respondents pointed to “a lack of administrator skills,…

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Moving Applications to the Cloud: Will it Work in the Cloud?

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It’s not been easy to navigate the streams of incoming marketing hype nor the rapidly changing messaging around approaching cloud development. At times, it seems as though some vendors actually have multiple cloud offerings that compete with each other making the decision even that much less clear. You have an established product you’ve developed, an application that your company is actively selling; can you move it to the cloud? Virtualizing Your Product The jump off…

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Imaginet MiniCast: Gain Better Understanding of Your Code with Microsoft Visual Studio CodeLens

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Watch this short Imaginet MiniCast to learn how to better understand your code by leveraging CodeLens in Microsoft Visual Studio (VS). Imaginet is the global leader in Microsoft Application Lifecycle Management Visual Studio services and recently recognized as Microsoft Partner of the Year for our outstanding solutions in ALM. With over 650 successful ALM customers and over 1800 successful ALM engagements, we have a proven track record and a reputation for delivering results. ===== Imaginet is…

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Enhance Productivity with Distributed Version Control Using Git and Visual Studio 2013

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We’re going to show you…  Learn about modern source control approaches and the pros and cons of each.  How distributed source control systems like Git work compared to centralized source control repositories.  Discover how Git integrates with Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Visual Studio (VS).  You will come away from the webinar with an immediate understanding of how to effectively integrate Git distributed version control with TFS and VS to better enhance your team’s productivity….

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Web Deploy Gets Even More Awesome – Profile Specific Transforms

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I love Web Deploy. Whenever I’m helping teams that build web applications improve their ALM processes, invariable I end up moving them onto Web Deploy. Not only is it an easier and cleaner way to deploy, but you get the bonus of being able to manage configuration files (Web.config) in your project. Config as Code Maturing in ALM means that you need to head towards continuous deployment. You need to be able to deploy your…

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