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Thoughts about building software more effectively and efficiently. We love DevOps! - Medium

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[...] me know if you have any questions about any of the topics we discussed during the episode! Ed Blankenship In this episode we chat with Ed Blankenship about his new job at Microsoft as a program [...]

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[...] me know if you have any questions about any of the topics we discussed during the episode! Ed Blankenship In this episode we chat with Ed Blankenship about his new job at Microsoft as a program [...]

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[...] Build Process” -  from Professional Team Foundation Server 2010 by Wrox (Wiley) – Authors:  Ed Blankenship, Martin Woodward, Grant Holliday, and Brian Keller Chapter 16 – “Process Template [...]

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[...] by checking for updates from Microsoft’s centralized Windows or Microsoft Update. Ed Blankenship Brought to you by Ed Blankenship and Ed Kisinger at EdSquared.com [...]

Comparing TFS Process Templates Across Team Projects

[...] At least buy him a drink for his hard work! Ed Blankenship Brought to you by Ed Blankenship and Ed Kisinger at EdSquared.com [...]

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[...] Licensing for details. Download Here   Ed Blankenship Brought to you by Ed Blankenship and Ed Kisinger at EdSquared.com [...]

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[...] /edblankenship Looking forward to chatting! Ed Blankenship Brought to you by Ed Blankenship and Ed Kisinger at EdSquared.com [...]

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[...] all of their help with the article!   Ed Blankenship Brought to you by Ed Blankenship and Ed Kisinger at EdSquared.com [...]

Announcing Visual Studio Online

[...] .com/news/news-overview-vs Have fun and let me know if you have any questions! Ed Blankenship Brought to you by Ed Blankenship and Ed Kisinger at EdSquared.com [...]

Difference Between Microsoft Test Manager and Visual Studio Test Professional

[...] , don’t pay retail prices for any Visual Studio licenses before you come talk to us! Ed Blankenship Brought to you by Ed Blankenship and Ed Kisinger at EdSquared.com [...]

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[...] Microsoft hosted version of TFS available at:  http://www.tfspreview.com/.   Ed Blankenship Brought to you by Ed Blankenship and Ed Kisinger at EdSquared.com [...]

New Work Item Tag Manager Visual Studio Extension

[...] the hat to @onlyutkarsh and @arora_tarun for releasing this great tool! Happy Holidays! Ed Blankenship Brought to you by Ed Blankenship and Ed Kisinger at EdSquared.com [...]

Difference Between Microsoft Test Manager and Visual Studio Test Professional

[...] happens to be the edition that many people will get when they are looking only to get Microsoft Test Manager (in addition to a TFS CAL and MSDN Subscription). Microsoft Test Manager Microsoft Test [...]

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[...] new Exploratory Testing features of Microsoft Test Manager, you can use SnagIt to help you annotate screenshots here as well.  It’s a very similar [...]

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[...] Studio to file your bugs for the .NET Framework, Visual Studio, Team Foundation Server, Microsoft Test Manager, etc.  It still is but now you have another tool in your tool belt to provide some great [...]

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[...] the many audits & initiatives to get the various set of compliance certifications for Visual Studio Online.  The underlying infrastructure in Azure has been certified which really helps us [...]

Announcing Visual Studio Online

[...] that we have announced a new set of services for developers and development teams:  Visual Studio Online.  It has really been great to be working so closely with Visual Studio Online at [...]

My First MSDN Magazine Article on Visual Studio Online

[...] below).  Let me know if you have any other questions in the meantime! Introducing Visual Studio Online by Ed Blankenship Whether you’re part of a team or you’re a team of one, with [...]

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[...] templates for each existing team project.  Ewald Hofman (former Microsoft MVP in Visual Studio ALM) was able to document this new feature in two great new blog posts: Deep Dive on Configure [...]

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[...] Console.  However, when you look at the built-in service accounts group using Team Explorer or the Administration Console, you’ll notice that the dialog commands are disabled. [...]

Comparing TFS Process Templates Across Team Projects

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[...] Console.  However, when you look at the built-in service accounts group using Team Explorer or the Administration Console, you’ll notice that the dialog commands are disabled. [...]

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[...] “11” will connect with a TFS 2010 server and work similar (but better) than the Team Explorer 2010 client. The opposite of the previous bullet point is true as well.  If you do [...]

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I have run into a new situation more often that caused a few concerns for me that I thought I would discuss it some here.  Let’s face it:  there a [...]

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[...] Wow… all sorts of announcements this morning.  Let me summarize for you quickly: Visual Studio 2013 RC and Team Foundation Server 2013 RC is ready to download:  MSDN Subscriber [...]

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[...] ’s something that hasn’t really sunk-in for people following the new release of the Visual Studio family of products.  It is a subtle thing that will really help people with adopting [...]

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