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This group is for blogs related to BizTalk Server. This includes Community Syndicated blogs and Stephen W. Thomas’s blog.
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  • Blog Post: Guest presenter during Build, Release and Monitor course

    During the first run of our new Build, Release and Monitor software with Visual Studio 2013 course this week we had a special guest presenter for the topics of Application Insights and Cloud Load Testing. A big thanks to Chuck Sterling for providing not only an informative session but an entertaining...
  • Blog Post: Student feedback and the 70-496 Exam

    As the TFS courseware author and lead ALM trainer for QuickLearn, I work hard to try to make sure our eight TFS 2013 courses are best of breed. Students who attend our training are often doing so not only for the skills and knowledge to help them do their job more efficiently, but quite a […] Blog...
  • Blog Post: Looking back at Techorama 2014 - Day 1

    Today was the first day of the brand new Belgian conference Techorama. Some of the Codit attendees are taking a look back to the first day of the conference.
  • Blog Post: two new tfs 2013 courses now available

    Two exciting new courses added to our TFS 2013 curriculum QuickLearn Training is expanding its TFS Curriculum with two new courses being added to our range. With both the most up-to-date and comprehensive TFS curriculum, you know you’re in good hands when you book on one of our courses. Build, Release...
  • Blog Post: See us and win at the ALM Forum Seattle 2014

    QuickLearn is committed to the ALM community and have signed up as Gold Sponsors for the upcoming ALM Forum Seattle 2014. BEFORE THE EVENT – WIN A FREE TICKET You can win a free ticket (valued at $ 1,895) to the ALM Forum Seattle on 1st-3rd April 2014. We have two free tickets to give […] Blog...
  • Blog Post: Preserving BizTalk deployment settings in TFS Source Control

    When we configure Deployment Settings in Visual Studio projects, our database settings (“Configuration Database” and “Server”) and BizTalk Settings (“Application Name”) are only stored in a personal “*.btproj.user” file. By default these files are ignored in your check-ins, but that may not be the desired...
  • Blog Post: Our new TFS 2013 training curriculum kicks off on Jan 27th

    Since the official release of Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2013 in November we’ve been testing our newest course updates and we’re pleased to be launching our new 2013 courses at the end of this month. If you either working with, or thinking of working with Microsoft’s latest release then you...
  • Blog Post: attend our 1-day pre-conference WORKSHOP at the alm forum in April 2014

    QuickLearn’s lead ALM instructor and curriculum author, Anthony Borton, will be presenting a one day hands-on pre-conference workshop at the ALM Forum in Seattle in April 2014. The ALM Forum (previously ALM Summit) is a three day event focusing on all things ALM. There is an awesome cast of speakers...
  • Blog Post: Our Visual Studio 2013 ALM Training Curriculum is live

    While probably beating the scheduling tool to the punch, I am pleased to announce we have dates set for the first public run of our new Visual Studio 2013 ALM Training courses. These courses are available for you to attend in person in Kirkland, WA or you can attend using our online classroom infrastructure...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio and TFS 2013 RC Available + new courses

    The Release Candidates (RC) for Visual Studio 2013 and Team Foundation Server 2013 are now available for download from the MSDN Library. These new releases bring a suite of new and enhanced capabilities to help your development team succeed. Some of my favorite new features, in no particular order, include;...
  • Blog Post: Our first TFS2012 ADMIN COURSE IN LONDON SCORES 96%

    QuickLearn’s first TFS 2012 Configuration and Administration course to run in London has just finished and we’re happy to announce that the course scored a staggering 96% customer satisfaction rating based on the course evaluations. Our trainer also scored a perfect score of 100% for both his knowledge...
  • Blog Post: Newly updated tfs 2012 (Update 2) courses coming to the UK in june

    QuickLearn is excited to be heading to the UK to deliver our leading courses on Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server. These courses have just been completely refreshed to  cover the latest features Microsoft have included in Update 2. Here is a list of the TFS 2012.2 courses we’re running...
  • Blog Post: TFS 2012 Pre-conference workshop at tech-ed 2013

    I received some great news a little while ago that I have been selected to present a one day pre-conference workshop at TechEd 2013 in both North America (New Orleans) and Europe (Madrid). If you’re planning on attending TechEd this year, why not head in a day early and get some great hands on experience...
  • Blog Post: New TFS 2012 Test Automation, Web perf and loading test course

    NEW COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT QuickLearn is pleased to announce the addition of a brand new course to our list of TFS 2012 courses we currently offer. The new course is a two day course focusing on Test Automation (Coded UI Testing), Web Performance and Load Testing with Visual Studio 2012. Here are just a...
  • Blog Post: Announcing new free webinars for Microsoft ALM Certification

    Microsoft Learning used the ALM Summit 3 this week to announce the new “ Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD): Application Lifecycle Management ” certification. The new certification required you to pass the following three exams. 70-486: Administering Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation...
  • Blog Post: QuickLearn Training at the ALM Summit 3 event

    This week QuickLearn was involved at the third annual Application Lifecycle Management Summit held on the Microsoft Corporate headquarters in Redmond. Nick and I were both involved in delivering content and sharing our TFS knowledge and skills with attendees. Here are the two activities we presented...
  • Blog Post: Replacing an existing TFS user workspace

    I recently ran into a situation where I had “inherited” a laptop from a previous developer on a project. This laptop was on the customer’s domain, and had been configured for source control using Team Foundation Services. A problem arose after logging in using my own credentials, and...
  • Blog Post: Error while building a flat file schema with TFS

    Lately I came across a weird exception, while building a BizTalk project with Team Foundation Server. Let’s have a look.
  • Blog Post: ALM MVP for a 7th year

    January 1st is one of 4 dates during the year when Microsoft announce their new and renewed Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs). As someone that was awarded on January 1st, it means the year starts off with a regular scan of my emails to see if my community contributions have been sufficient to be re...
  • Blog Post: New Storyboarding Shapes for iOS/Ipad/iPhone

    One of the great new features included in Visual Studio 2012 is the ability to create professional looking storyboards using Microsoft PowerPoint. Storyboards allow you to create very realistic mock-ups of an application using shape libraries designed for the particular type of application you are proposing...
  • Blog Post: RTM download day–Should we wait or adopt now?

    Today marks a big day for many people in the IT community with the much anticipated availability of the latest versions of a number of Microsoft’s flagship products. While official launch events will be happening over the coming months, anyone with an MSDN Subscription should be able to download the...
  • Blog Post: Brand new TFS 2012 Training for the Release of Visual Studio 2012

    Microsoft will release to manufacture (RTM) Visual Studio 2012 and Team Foundation Server 2012 in the first week of August with the official release planned for September. With the majority of users eligible for a “free” upgrade to the latest version through their MSDN Subscriptions, expect to see many...
  • Blog Post: TFS2012– Thailand Disk shortage causes RAM Demand

    So we’ve gotten through the final part of our TFS upgrade and as with all new products there’s a sense of anticipation in discovering the new, the brilliant and the clever that’s been baked into these products. So I’ve offloaded as much as possible such as the DBs, SSRS and Analysis on our SQL2012 cluster...
  • Blog Post: TFS 2012: Upgrading from 2010

    I think at the moment, the short answer is no! Off to check the documentation… ”To continue with this installation or upgrade…please remove!…” …. From the documentation – we uninstall TFS 2010 bits, but not the DB obviously and you do…. Use Control Panel to completely uninstall the previous version of...
  • Blog Post: How to setup TFS Check-in alerts for specific folders in Visual Studio 2008 and 2010

    Overview This walkthrough will explain how to setup email alerts in TFS when there is a check-in. Using this method, you can not only select a TFS Project, but you can also select an individual folder. This is useful if you are not interested in some folders in the project, but want alerts on others...
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