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The New MCSD Certifications – Getting Started With Study Materials

As you might already be aware, the old Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD) certifications are being retired and are being replaced with Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD). My intention is to ideally obtain all 3 of the new MCSD certifications.

Posted in ASP.NET, Certifications, Organization will set you free, Professional Development, Team Foundation Server, Uncategorized, Visual Studio

My take on aspConf 2012 – Day 1

I attended http://www.aspconf.net yesterday for Day 1, and will again today for Day 2 of 2. There were a LOT of interesting sessions. However, I think they have too many tracts. They have SIX rooms running simultaneously. Of those, you

Posted in Computers and Internet, Infrastructure, New Technology, Professional Development, Team Foundation Server, Uncategorized, Unit Testing, Visual Studio

Outsourcing your source control (my Git cheat-sheet)

As I’ve discussed, I’ve decided to sway away from my own TFS implementation at my house. Instead, I was looking for some (ideally free) repository that was private, where I could do version control for my personal projects. As it

Posted in Best-practices, Infrastructure, New Technology, Organization will set you free, Professional Development, Team Foundation Server, Uncategorized, Visual Studio

Moving from TFS to BitBucket.org

As discussed, I decided to outsource my source control to a public site that allows private repositories. The idea is that I get the benefits of source control (backed up, versioned, etc) – but don’t have the overhead of something

Posted in New Technology, Team Foundation Server, Uncategorized

Back in the saddle–a few updates…

When we last tuned in, it was December and I was about to move across country! Well sure enough, I did that, and I’m pretty well settled in now. However, now there is a LONG backlog of things that I

Posted in .NET 4.0, Cloud Computing, Computers and Internet, Infrastructure, New Technology, Professional Development, Team Foundation Server, Uncategorized

Starting back up with TFS

Earlier in the year, I set up Team Foundation Server 2010 and have used it as a basic source control system. I also set up CruiseControl.net for continuous delivery for a couple of websites too. However, I didn’t really deal

Posted in Team Foundation Server, Uncategorized

CI project complete! plus MVC growing pains…

At home I set up this Team Foundation Server 2010 environment with a dev and qa environment for a couple of websites. One of them is my virtual software company Seder Software, which is really just my personal "Northwind" or "Contoso"

Posted in Team Foundation Server, Uncategorized
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