Tips on moving your Visual Studio Online from Microsoft to Organisational Accounts

If like me you’ve been a keen user of Visual Studio Online since it first came into existence way back in 2012 you’ve probably gotten used to using it with Microsoft Accounts (you know, the ones everyone writes “formerly Live ID” after), and when, in 2014, Microsoft enabled the use of Work (or Organisational) Accounts you either thought “that’s nice” and immediately got back to writing code, or went ahead and migrated to Work Accounts. 787 more words

Azure Platform

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My team's Definition of Done

Our “Definition of Done” should have been written up long ago. While my team may act as the model “Agile” team in our company, we certainly have a long way to go. 479 more words

Software Development

The Current Iteration in TFS

I’ve wanted to write queries based on the current sprint in TFS (Team Foundation Server), as have quite a few others, including one developer at my office yesterday. 132 more words

Software Development

The Current Iteration in TFS

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I’ve wanted to write queries based on the current sprint in TFS (Team Foundation Server), as have quite a few others, including one developer at my office yesterday. 133 more words

TFS

Sync-AXTFSWorkingFolder custom PowerShell function

I apologize for missing a post last week.  The combination of a new home and a very busy work week, destroyed any possibility of getting a post out.  451 more words

Automation

Visual Studio Online - Tools to create Agile apps

Yesterday, I had the pleasure to present Visual Studio Online at the JourneeAgile.be. The main topics were:

– Introduction
– Source Control (GIT & TFS): to compare GIT and TFVC repositories. 55 more words

Presentation

Source control: Using Visual Studio Online in SSMS

As database professionals, we’re all aware of the importance of backups. We make sure the backup process runs as expected, and (hopefully) we restore a backup every now and then to test if the restore process works. 1,031 more words

SQL Server