TFS on Windows Azure at the PDC10

Hosting of ALM in the cloud as software as a service is gradually becoming more and more popular.  The vision, of course, is ALM as a seamless service – making it really easy to get started, easy to scale, easy to operate, easy to access, …

Read Brian Harry’s post here.

Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4 Beta 2

clip_image001Its here!

msdn subscribers can download now, general availability is 21st October. Visit the Visual Studio 2010 / .NET Fx 4 Beta site for more information, downloads, forums and to submit feedback.

You’ll also notice that MSDN website has undergone a redesign and MSDN subscribers will also see new benefits such as Azure compute hours, Team Foundation Server and e-learning options.

You can read Soma’s blogpost announcing Visual Studio 2010 / .NET Fx 4.

March Meeting – Web and Load Test

This month we had a testing specialist at the podium, Shai Raiten attracted over 50 listeners with a well built lecture and fascinating demos about Visual Studio Team System web testing. The original plan was to dedicate one lecture to web testing and the other one to load testing, but since the there was a lot of interaction with the audience and a lot of discussions we’ve decided to go with the flow and dedicate the entire meeting to web testing. Shai will join us again on April (exact date will be pubished here and on MS-Event feed) and will present some web testing left-overs and a Load session

For the presentation, code examples and much more pls see Shai’s blog

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