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Excel Coding Errors Are Destroying World Economies and F# (with Tsunami) Is Here to Stop Them!

Posted by Matthew Moloney  on  Mar 05, 2014

Matthew Moloney discusses using F# and .NET inside Excel, demonstrating doing big data, cloud computing, using GPGPU and compiling F# Excel UDFs.

A Dash of Kanban Anyone?

Posted by Joel Semeniuk  on  Feb 02, 2012

Joel Semeniuk shares some of the lessons he learned managing development teams, how he got into Kanban and why its principles are helpful.

Test First Development v.Next with Pex and Moles

Posted by David Starr  on  Oct 24, 2011

David Starr demoes Pex –a parameterized white box unit test tool- and Moles –an isolation framework-, two .NET tools useful for test-first development.

Factories-in-the-Small: Raytheon Experiences using the Software Factories Methodologies

Posted by John Slaby and Jezz Santos  on  Sep 15, 2011

John Slaby and Jezz Santos explain how Raytheon has created Factories-in-the-Small useful to rapidly build new tooling such as the Pattern Automation Toolkit developed in cooperation with Microsoft.

Design and Architecture Tools in Visual Studio 2010

Posted by David Starr  on  Aug 05, 2011

David Starr presents some of the tools in Visual Studio Ultimate 2010 helpful for building an application’s architecture: Architecture Explorer, Dependency Graphs, UML Modeling, and Layer Diagrams.

Visual Studio v. Eclipse: a Comparison of Automation Tooling

Posted by Ian Goodsell  on  Jul 18, 2011 2

Ian Goodsell presents the methodology for creating Eclipse and Visual Studio-based toolkits, and introduce Visual Studio Pattern Automation Toolkit, a toolkit for toolkit developers.

From Lessons Learned to Lessons Productized

Posted by Tim Wagner  on  Apr 14, 2011

Tim Wagner discusses how the Visual Studio team at Microsoft uses customer feedback to improve the development process, testing and productivity of a 50 MLOC product.

Managing Mixed Java & .Net Development Projects

Posted by Giles Davies & Richard Erwin  on  Sep 10, 2009

Giles Davies and Richard Erwin explain how to work in a mixed development environment containing .NET and Java projects by using Team Foundation Server to manage the process, source code, versioning, tracking, building, and reporting and using Visual Studio and Eclipse as IDEs.

Introduction to Visual Studio Team System

Posted by Kevin Jones  on  Dec 13, 2007 4

The goal of VSTS is to provide a tool that is not prescriptive and highly customizable for managing the software development process. Kevin Jones provides a soup to nuts framework for utilizing VSTS to support a development team and build better applications. He covers project management, source code control, class designers and various designers available to software architects.

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