You may get a “workspace already exists” when you have VS 2008 or VS 2010 installed as well as VS 2012 and you try to connect them to TFS 2012.
I have talked before on the new normal for software development as part of the Visual Studio 2012 launch events and Microsoft in itself is not immune to this change.
If we are building software in a modern application lifecycle there is no way that we would be able to deliver modern applications without some form of automated testing. Automated […]
Manual Testing in this new age of the modern application lifecycle has taken on new complexities that make it even more difficult to track and identify which tests are passing, […]
In the world of modern application development we have many more moving parts than we ever did before and it has become increasingly difficult for organisations to effectively simulate their […]
Unless you have been living under a rock you might have noticed a little launch event recently. Well to complement the launch Microsoft is running a bunch of Visual Studio 2012 Launch RoadShows in the UK and USA. Well now its time to take that launch on the road.
I recently posted on Requirement management in the modern application lifecycle and in that post I mentioned a product called Team Companion from Ekobit. Well, to celebrate its 5th anniversary […]
With the availability of Visual Studio 2012 RTM today on MSDN I wanted to let you know that Northwest Cadence just completed its first Production RTM installation for a customer. […]
After installing Office 2013 on a machine with Visual Studio 2012 you get a “The procedure entry point _Atomic_fetch_sub_4 could not be located in the dynamic link library c:Program Files […]
Back in Seattle and another awesome engagement, this time with a local company to upgrade their version of TFS from 2010 to 2012 and migrate all of their legacy VSS databases. Additional they want to take advantage of the new team features of TFS 2012 and need to consolidate all of their team projects