The ALM Ranger Team that I worked with to create the TFS Branch Tool posted a video to Channel 9 where we talk about the tool, its design, and how we went about working together to create it. Check it out here: http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/RangersTalk-An-insight-into-the-inner-world-of-the-Quick-Response-TFS-Branch-Tool.
For the past few months I’ve been working with a group of seriously smart people as part of my first ALM Rangers project. This project was a “Quick Response” initiative to provide a Command-line utility and Visual Studio Extension to create TFS Branch scenarios. The project was in response to the need to implement a […]
I’m often asked about what it means to be part of the ALM Rangers and what type of work we are involved with. Follow this link for a great way to describe it. An abstract of what we do (copied directly from http://blogs.msdn.com/b/willy-peter_schaub/archive/2012/03/31/understanding-the-visual-studio-alm-rangers.aspx): The ALM Rangers are focused primarily on the delivery of out-of-band tooling […]
Today I got accepted into the ALM Rangers program. I’m really excited about this as I will be able to contribute to the ALM community through this great program. I’ve benefited quite a bit from their guidance and walkthroughs in my career and I hope to have the same impact on other people. Now I’m […]