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#MickeysWorldWideTour–Day 2

So not much sleep on Sunday night, even though I was jetlagged.  I attribute that to nerves and anticipation. I must say the client here is taking very good care of us. They have a driver that picks us up every day from the hotel, as well as brings us  [ Read More ]

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#MickeysWorldWideTour–Day 1

I’m on my world-wide adventure this week.  Work has taken me to Manila, Philippines for the next 7 days.  This trip marks the farthest I’ve traveled from home yet, as well as the longest transit time (30+ hours) of a trip that I’ve taken. My adventure started Friday morning, with  [ Read More ]

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Visual Studio 2013 Keyboard Shortcuts

If you work heavily with Visual Studio 2013, and are a keyboard junky, then I have a great resource for you.  Check out the complete list of Visual Studio 2013 Keyboard Shortcuts.

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From Code to Release: DevOps for Developers

I’m thrilled to have been selected to deliver a pre-conference session at TechEd 2014 in Houston.  My good friend Brian Randell and I will be talking about “From Code To Release: DevOps for Developers”. Click the link above to read the abstract. I’ve been lucky enough to speak at TechEd  [ Read More ]

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In Orchestrator 2012, you have runbook servers that execute your runbooks. Those runbook servers have throttling limits, that limit the maximum amount of concurrent runbooks that can run on a runbook server. By default, this value is 50, but it can be increased/decreased, depending on your environment. If your primary  [ Read More ]

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Application Insights–Getting Started

So what is Application Insights? Here is the blurb from the Visual Studio website: Application Insights is a new service in Visual Studio Online that enables you to get a 360 degree view of your entire application. It helps you keep your application available and performing, and gives you insight  [ Read More ]

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Unlock Insights on Any Data

Let’s face it, now more than ever there is a LOT of data our there, about us, about our customers, about pretty much anything. And this data is being generated faster than ever before.  But the biggest problem is, how do we consume that data? How do we “unlock the  [ Read More ]

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Brian Randell and I have been selected to present a pre-conference session at Microsoft Tech Ed 2014 in Houston, Texas.  The pre-cons are on Sunday, May 11th, and are focused, day-long classes covering specific topics. Brian and I are delivering the following: PRC02 | From Code to Release: DevOps for  [ Read More ]

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Weekly Link Post–10/15/2013

What does a well-maintained Team Foundation Server Look Like? Running a high scale TFS Server VS 2012.4 and TFS 2012.4 RC 4 is available Top 5 reasons to use Team Foundation Service (by Brian Keller) Visual Studio 2013 shortcuts in Windows 8.1 Monitoring Web Applications – Continuous IntelliTrace DevOps –  [ Read More ]

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Readers who remember Team System Rocks will remember I used to have a lot of videos up around the 2005 and 2008 releases.  In an effort to get back to my roots, I’m going to start releasing videos again, focused on VS/TFS 2013.  Normally I strive for 3-5 minute short  [ Read More ]

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