Last night me and my co-workers wen to the Sound and Light show at the pyramids in Giza. All I can say is WOW. I can’t believe each these were build with manual effort thousands of years ago during one lifetime. The show was interesting, but really, just seeing the pyramids is impressive. We went after work so didn’t get any real walk around time before the sun went down. We are planning on returning in the morning to take a walk around. Aaron ......
I’ve been travelling with my buddies Etienne Tremblay and Wayne from Microsoft all over the world talking to project teams about using VSTS and TFS. [See Etienne’s Blog for the chronicles of our trip] One topic that inevitably comes up is the fact that work items can’t be deleted. Normally, I totally agree with this practice. If a workitems was created with intent, then it should run it’s lifecycle. However, since managing projects with TFS can driven using the warehouse metrics ......
I’m always keen to try new things. I’m creating this blog entry with the new Blogging support in Microsoft Office Word 2007. My buddy ET (see him in my links) has been using it for awhile and is quite happy with it.
So, if you are reading this…. Let’s assume it worked !!
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