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Yesterday, Visual Studio "14" CTP 2 become available. You can find more information about it here: Visual Studio Engineering Team Blog Visual Studio "14" CTP Release Notes Brian Harry's Blog To work with this CTP: Download The Bits Use a VM in Azure ......

So not much sleep on Sunday night, even though I was jetlagged. I attribute that to nerves and anticipation. I must say the client here is taking very good care of us. They have a driver that picks us up every day from the hotel, as well as brings us back. Not having to worry about transportation take a major load off the mind. We showed up at the client ......

I’m on my world-wide adventure this week. Work has taken me to Manila, Philippines for the next 7 days. This trip marks the farthest I’ve traveled from home yet, as well as the longest transit time (30+ hours) of a trip that I’ve taken. My adventure started Friday morning, with the first leg of my trip being a jump from Memphis, TN to Detroit, Michigan. ......

While implementing the Exchange Connector 3.0 RTM for Service Manager 2012 R2, I came across the following error message: Date: 2/19/2014 12:58:38 PM Application: System Center Service Manager Application Version: 7.5.3079.0 Severity: Error Message: The source was not found, but some or all event logs could not be searched. Inaccessible logs: Security. ......

A lot of you know me as an Application Lifecycle Management MVP, and a huge proponent of ALM, TFS, and Visual Studio. For my day job, however, I work for Infront Consulting Group, a System Center consulting and training organization. I love what I do there, and work closely with Operations Manager, Service Manager, and Orchestrator. And believe it or ......

I’ve been installing both the Windows 8 Developer Preview and the Visual Studio Ultimate 11 Developer Preview. Go check out my posts for screenshots! Windows 8 Developer Preview Installation Screenshots Visual Studio Ultimate 11 Developer Preview Installation Screenshots ......

Visual Studio Magazine just put up my latest column on their website: Test Plans with Microsoft Test Manager 2010. Go check it out and let me know what you think.



[Updated with an answer to Question 3] Once again I want to thank everyone who came out for my talk on IntelliTrace and Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate yesterday at Tech Ed 2011! After querying some MVPs and some product group members, we’ve come up with answers to some of the questions that were posed yesterday: Question 1: Can you turn on call logging ......

It’s today.

14 hours from now.



Wow, where does the time go? Here I am, sitting in the Memphis airport on Sunday evening, waiting for my flight to Atlanta for Tech Ed 2011 – North America. I love going to Tech Ed, as it is the conference that really re-energizes me for the year. And this year especially, as I’m speaking again on one of the biggest stages in the world. This year I ......

As I mentioned in a previous blog post, I’ll be speaking on IntelliTrace at Tech Ed 2001 – North America. This blog post is the first in a series that I’ll publish as I delve into IntelliTrace in more detail, in preparation for my talk. IntelliTrace is enabled by default in Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate, but it is configured so as to only capture some ......

If you are going to be in the Washington D.C. area on April 28th, and you want to learn more about both Scrum, and how to utilize Scrum with Team Foundation Server 2010, then you really need to attend the free 1-day seminar, “Agile Scrum Development Practices with the Experts”. This event is being hosted by Ken Schwaber, one of the co-founders of the ......

So the first day of MMS 2011 is now behind us. It went really well. It focused mostly on Instructor Led Labs, with some break-out sessions. I attended the session on SCOM MP Design, as well as using Data Protection Manager to bring back your Datacenter. Both sessions were delivered very well, and I learned some cool content in both. Last night was also ......

System Center Service Manager is a new product that Microsoft released last year to handle incident/problem/change management. Currently the latest version is System Center Service Manager SP1, and there is a Cumulative Update for SP1 that you should grab as well. A strong ecosystem is starting to spring up around this product, with tools and connectors ......

After a couple of year hiatus from blogging at Geeks With Blogs, I’m back! I’m still blogging about Visual Studio 2010 and TFS 2010 over at Team System Rocks (soon to undergo some major revisions), so expect to see some cross postings from there. Here though, I expect to focus on System Center technologies (mostly System Center Operations Manager and ......

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