With the TFS 2015 release behind us and a lot of planning for our next phase of work completed, it’s time to do a major refresh of our Visual Studio Online Features Timeline. If you aren’t familiar with this page, I encourage you to check it out. It not only gives you a peek ahead to things we’re working on, it also contains a log of the work we deliver every sprint. Lastly, it roughly maps when the VS Online features show up in an on-premises TFS release. A little commentary on this update…
By no means is it everything we are working on. It’s fairly coarse grained and tries to highlight many of the larger investments or things I hear people ask about a lot. If there’s something that you really want to know about and you don’t see here, feel free to ask me. For now, at least, I’ve opted not to have it be a huge, detailed, list. Some of the items have links to blog posts (there were a lot of those posted today on the ALM blog) or UserVoice items to provide more context on...(Read whole news on source site)
Podcast Info On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Ed Charbeneau and guests David Giard, Sam Basu, and Michael Crump share their mobile development experiences in a panel discussion. This episode was recorded with a live audience at Codestock 2015. The podcast is hosted on SoundCloud and you can access it here. Mobile Development Panel Discussion was originally published by Michael Crump at Michael Crump on August 27, 2015.
Microsoft has made its second Windows 10 test build since the company released the PC version of Windows 10 to manufacturing available to testers.
Everyone cares about internet data usage, especially when they are using a limited bandwidth. Most of the people don’t have a free or unlimited internet connection. Hence, it’s require to check which application of your Windows installation mostly uses your internet bandwidth. Microsoft provides a way to check the network usage by different applications in Windows 10. In this post, we are going to discuss on this. Continue reading to further know about it. Windows 10 provides you a simple, easy to follow process to monitor your network usage eaten by different applications installed in your system.
This is called as “Data usage” or “Data Sense”. It was already available in Windows Phone and Microsoft brought this feature for the desktop/tablets along with Windows 10. To open up the data usage/data sense settings, open the settings app from the Start or just press “Win + i” keyboard shortcut. Then navigate to the “Network & Internet” settings page as shown in the below screenshot: Now at the left side panel, click on the “Data usage” to open up the said settings at the main panel. Under “Overview”, you will notice the actual data usage of last 30 days. It lists...(Read whole news on source site)
This week we are rolling out our sprint 87 work. Nothing earth shattering this sprint but some nice project management improvements. Also we’ve added first class SonarQube support now with custom tasks for executing SonarQube and publishing the results for your build. You can read more on this week’s VSO release notes. Brian
We are really happy to announce today that Prism has joined the .NET Foundation. You can find all the details over here at my co-owner Brian Lagunas’ Blog.
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Team Project Rename, a new feature introduced in VS 2015, now a capability for VS 2012 projects.