Time Cockpit Blog

At ALM Days my second talk is about unit testing with Microsoft Fakes, Stubs, and Shims. Here is the sample that I am going to use.

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My ALM Days talk about building in the cloud went fine. However, the last demo didn't fully work and I finally ran out of time. That's the risk of a 100% live coding session. The reason was a small mistake that I made while standing on stage. Here is the description of the mistake. Hope it helps you to avoid doing the same.

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At TechEd 2013 I did a talk about build in the cloud. For ALM Days next week, Microsoft invited me to do an updated version of this session. So I brought my samples up-to-date and switched to Git. In this blog post I describe what I will demo during the session.

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I regularly do talks about developing with Windows Azure Mobile Services, TypeScript, and AngularJS. Today I am speaker at the .NET user group in Vienna. For this talk I updated my sample to the latest version of AngularJS and TypeScript. Additionally I recorded the talk (German).

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At BASTA 2014 Spring conference I will do a full-day C# workshop again. This time we have over 90 registrations, wow! This huge interest in the workshop is awesome. In this blog article I summarize important resources for the workshop. Use them to follow the samples or recall the topics after the workshop.

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One of the unique possibilities of time cockpit is its extensibility. You can adapt the data model, lists, forms, export and import formats, reports, etc. to your needs. A question that we often get is how to test customizations before putting them into production. In this blog post I would like to show you some options you have.

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One of my hobbies in my private live is beekeeping. A colony of honey bees is a fascinating superorganism. Bees have perfected the principle of self-organization for millions of years. So what can we learn from these masters?

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In this release of time cockpit we focused on sync and Excel importer. Time cockpit now provides better information about synchronization conflicts and allows you to easily resolve them. We also redesigned the sync dialog making it cleaner and easier to understand. Finally, we improved the Excel importer to support not only importing new records, but also updating existing ones.

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Out of the box time cockpit ships with a powerful importer that can import both CSV and Microsoft Excel files. In previous versions the importer could only be used to import new records. In the new version February 2014 we have improved the importer to also support updating existing records.

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Yesterday we represented Microsoft and their Team Foundation Server in the Tools Challenge at the Software Quality Days 2014 in Vienna. The topic was Model Driven Development and Testing. The great news: We won :-) Read more about what we have demonstrated during the challenge.

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