Jeff Beehler’s Blog : Rangers ship SQL load testing tool
This tool takes a SQL Profiler trace file and generates a unit test that replays the same sequence of database calls found in the trace file. The unit test is designed to be used in a Visual Studio Load Test.
This is pretty cool! It’s a nice way of making sure you don’t screw up anything and create performance guidance.
Ozzie Rules Blogging : Community Update to the VSTS Product Group
Every month i send out a community update to the entire VSTS Product Group. Jeff has mentioned a couple times i should publish it to the web and I am finally getting to it (only taken me 6 months!)
I’m volunteering for translation of TSWA to Norwegian.
Pretty cool! I like the fact that they (Microsoft) are actually showing us their specs! That’s just awesome! Charles asked for feedback on whether we wanted to see more spec like this or not; my answer is a simple yes. It’s awesome to see how Microsoft does this and to see what you guys are thinking. How will VSTS/TFS look/feel/act in the near future? All good stuff!
As for the features; The bug submission feature doesn’t really attract me all that much, but it looks like a nice feature though. The linking spec was just too much for me, I lost track after like 3 minutes of reading. Looking forward to a new drop of Rosario CTPs to test though. The e-mail feature looks nice, especially when paired with TSWA. Not sure how I feel about the requirement to use Outlook though… Could this be done in a more open fashion?
Something just dawned on me; why aren’t WI queries available as RSS feeds? That would be an awesome feature!
Ozzie Rules Blogging : 3 More of the Rosario Specifications posted
I’ve always wanted to use Scrum and TFS/VSTS together, I wonder how good this template this is?
VSTS Scrum Process Template – Home
Looking forward to the day Microsoft implements Oracle support in Data Dude, so we can use it to. Or, even better, we drop Oracle support all together!
Link to CoDe Magazine – Article: The Data Dude Meets Team Build
Links to lots of Team System “stuff”.
Link to Accentient, Inc.