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Upgrading To Ie11 Has Many Advantages For Organisations

Upgrading from IE8 to IE11 is not as easy for the users of Windows enterprise users as upgrading the browser for home edition of Windows. A lot many things depend on it and those things are to be checked before the upgrade can be done. 203 more words

Software

Connect(); // 2015–Keynote Recap

Am 18. November fand die Connect(); //2015 statt. Für die Besucher welche nicht vor Ort in New York dabeisein konnten wurde die Keynote per livestream übertragen. 901 more words

.NET

Versioning SharePoint Add-Ins in your VSO Scripted Build

In a previous post I wrote a bit about building your SharePoint Apps (or Add-Ins as they are now called) using the new scriptable build system in Visual Studio Online. 375 more words

Custom Development

Slidedeck SharePoint Saturday Oslo 2015 now available

I “provisioned” the slidedeck and demo code from my session in Oslo and both are now available.

SPS Oslo 2015 – Provisioning SharePoint Artifacts

The code used in the demos can be found here.

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Custom Development

Don’t Throw the Baby Out With the Bath Water. How PTC Integrity Process Director Helps Manufacturers Drive Sustainable Value.

‘Throwing the baby out with the bathwater,’ is an expression to describe dismissing or discontinuing an entire idea, process or project even when part of it’s still useful. 718 more words

Manufacturing

ALM AND AGILE WITH MS TEAM FOUNDATION SERVER

Application lifecycle management (ALM) is the product lifecycle management (governance, development, and maintenance) of application software. It encompasses requirements management, software architecture, computer programming, software testing, and software maintenance, change management, continuous integration, project management, and release management. 839 more words

Agile & Scrum

Why Reinvent the Wheel? How the PTC Integrity Asset Library Helps Manufacturers Make Strategic Innovation Choices

People will often say, “Why reinvent the wheel?” when questioning the point of duplicating or changing a task or invention that’s already been perfected. The saying comes from the idea that a wheel represents the epitome of human ingenuity; and that any attempt to reinvent it would consume time, money and effort better spent on a worthier endeavor. 889 more words

Manufacturing