Archive | April, 2016

Speaking @ Techorama & NDC Oslo

  I have a busy month coming. For the second time I was asked to speak at Techorama Belgium. This great event is a fairly new conference that was only started in 2014 and now became pretty big. On Techorama I will do a session on Continuous Delivery 3.0 on the Microsoft Stack. In this […]

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Inherited Deny due to Access Levels

Yesterday I was building some logic against the TFS API and used impersonation to do that. One of the things that is needed in order to allow a call to TFS to be impersonated is to give a user the “Make Requests on behalf of others” permission. This server level permission is not default and […]

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2 weeks full of highlights

Wow ! Normally I post about VSTS or TFS or just about some other techy stuff but my last 2 weeks were so packed with highlights, both personally and at Xpirit, I just wanted it to share with you. I’ll first give you the executive summary Personally I became ALM MVP for the 5th time […]

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Everybody gets a Xamarin!

Originally posted on The mobile chef:
This week at Microsoft’s //build/ 2016 conference in San Francisco, Scott Guthrie shared more details about the Xamarin acquisition and what this means for developers on the Microsoft stack. The keynote is worth checking out, also for the great Azure content. More interesting details about what Xamarin has in…

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