In this episode we talk with Ram Cherala, Principal Program Manager in the Visual Studio Test Business, about the new testing tools and lab management features available in Visual Studio 2010. Also joining us are Developer Technical Specialist, Angela Dugan (again!), and Mark Nichols from Microsoft Consulting Services.
Visual Studio Team Test Team Blog
Visual Studio Lab Management Team Blog
Video: Lab Management coming to Visual Studio Team System 2010 (Channel 9)
Ram on Twitter
Visual Studio Test Tools on Twitter
Forums: Testing with Visual Studio Test and Lab Manager, Visual Studio UI Automation Testing, Visual Studio Web and Load testing, Visual Studio Lab Management
In this episode we talk with Ed Holloway, Senior Program Manager for Team Foundation Server, on the new setup experience with Team Foundation Server 2010. We are also happy to have Developer Technical Specialist, Angela Dugan, joining us as well.
Angela Dugan’s Blog
Microsoft’s TFS Dogfooding Statistics (Brian Harry)
Brian Harry on Team Foundation Server 2010 (Channel 9)
A Lap Around Microsoft Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server 2010 (PDC 2009)
Team Foundation Server 2010 Setup and Administration (Ed on Channel 9)
Download Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010 Beta 2
Team Foundation Installation Guide for Visual Studio Team System 2010
In this episode, we sit down with Chris Woodruff and Tim Murphy after the nPlus1 Architecture Summit in Chicago to discuss design patterns, dependency injection and the community site for Software Architects, nPlus1.org.
Chris Woodruff’s Blog, Twitter: @cwoodruff
Tim Murphy’s Blog, Twitter: @twmurph
Chicago Architect Group
Patterns: Decorator Pattern, Façade pattern, Factory Pattern
Article: Inversion of Control Containers and the Dependency Injection pattern (Martin Fowler)
Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software (book) Design Patterns in C# Head First Design Patterns Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture Refactoring: Improving the Design of Existing Code
Deep Fried Bytes Podcast
Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF)
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