One of every two companies nowadays ask for a mobile application to integrate in their ecosystem of services and products. Most of the times is just for increasing the marketing or presence on the media, or to offer a better customer experience, or just to help their own employees to be more mobile. Whatever it […]Read More Mobile testing with Xamarin Test Cloud
Looks funny but people can think that having IE11 will be fully backwards compatible and even have tons of new features. Well, the thing is that for some specific scenarios IE11 is not supporting some plugins, activeX or old scripts and we have to revert it back to IE10 in order to do our work […]Read More How to uninstall IE11 form your computer
Few people know about the camera lenses on Windows Phone, something really cool that every Windows Phone has and that can delight from the most very professional photograper to the most junior selfie-maniac. Photolenses will enhance the camera experience on your phone allowing you to create 360 experiences, capture notes from a whiteboard directly into […]Read More [Windows Phone] Tip #1. Camera Lenses
Yes! It is possible, let me show you how: Download Team Foundation Server 2013 Update 3, you can do it from your MSDN Subscription, from the Microsoft Downloads site or even you can download the Express 2013 version here. Once you have it with you, just start the installation as usual and unless you have […]Read More Installing Team Foundation Server 2013 in Windows 8.1
Here is my personal list of MUST HAVE downloads for Team Foundation Server 2013, sharing it with my beloved community. Visual Studio Downloads: http://www.visualstudio.com/en-us/downloads/download-visual-studio-vsincluding trials of: Visual Studio Ultimate 2013 with Update 3 Visual Studio Premium 2013 with Update 3 Visual Studio Professional 2013 with Update 3 Visual Studio Test Professional 2013 Team Foundation Server […]Read More The best Team Foundation Server 2013 MUST HAVE downloads
Management vs Development, they look like 2 worlds apart right? J Yes they are indeed, but this doesn’t mean that they can’t exists together on the same world and be interconnected. If you want to know more about how to bridge the collaboration gap between their project management offices and their software development teams continue […]Read More Enterprise agile – Integrating Project Management and Software Development Teams
Here is the big question, how to enable the “Team tab” in Excel without installing the Visual Studio in manager’s computer J, the answer is obvious, installing Team Explorer on his/her computer, but not always is so straightforward, sometimes we have restrictions from IT and we have to look for workarounds. The list of options is […]Read More Accessing TFS. Why Team Explorer and troubleshooting
Today I was configuring a Virtual Machine with TFS 2010, as some of my clients want to integrate it with the PMO and using it together with Project Server 2010, SharePoint 2010 and Visual Studio 2010. This is a very common combo as in many companies they have a PMO (Project Management Office) where they […]Read More Installing and Configuring TFS 2010 with PS2010, SP2010 and SQL 2008
For those that are still on vacations and want to enjoy some free time reading, here is another one of my favorite summer books and again brought to you from Microsoft folks. Testing for Continuous Delivery with Visual Studio 2012 PDF Inside you can find the meaning of ALM Tools for testing, the importance of […]Read More Testing for Continuous Delivery Free eBook!
For those that are into SDLC and ALM, here you have a fantastic guide. No matter what size business you have, customers now expect features such as real-time customer service and frequent releases. The goal of this guide and HOLs is to provide you an excellent guide to the principles and practices of continuous delivery. […]Read More Hands On Labs and free book for TFS 2012. How to build a release pipeline?