I’ve performed an upgrade from TFS2010 to TFS2013 at a customer site last week. The upgrade consisted in moving to a different machine and from a Workstation to an Active Directory Domain. The operation was simple, because the customer uses only Source Control and they want to spent minimal time in the operation, so we […]

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Test post
on September 14th, 2011
On category: Uncategorized

This is a test post after the catastrophic failure of mysql database engine.

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Yes, as Brian Harry announced some months ago, TFS on Azure will be a reality, actually there is a platform preview here, but it is actually closed, so you need to wait to have your TFS on Azure, but if you are planning to move on TFS and you’d like to use an hosted version […]

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Maybe I’m the only person that have this opinion, but frankly speaking I was impressed on how bad my new video card performs on my new system. In this system I have 2 ATI Radeon HD4600, while in the old system I have two old X1550 video card, so I did not expect that dramatic […]

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Sometimes I heard people crying to have new features in languages like C#, and sometimes they believe that adding this and that feature is simple for a team working on language compiler. I want to remember to everyone how risky and delicate process is to change language specification. I installed the Async CTP refresh on […]

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