Launching Microsoft File Transfer Manager manually

Microsoft File Transfer Manager is a wonderful tool to download ISO images and large packages from MSDN. You can suspend downloads when you are on low-bandwidth and resume them later and still be able to download from MSDN without having logging in again.  However, in Windows 8.1 you can’t search for the Microsoft File Transfer […]

KonfDB Ref-Card

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High DPI (HiRes) and Applications

Recently upgraded to Lenovo Yoga Pro 2 for my development and research activities.  With an excellent ultrabook that runs like a beast, you can spend good time writing code and presenting tech-talks. This ultrabook has an excellent resolution 3200×1800 (HiRes /HD+) which sometimes gives strain to eyes, especially when you are working on applications that are […]

Continuous Delivery with Visual Studio Online and Azure

On June 26th 2014, I will be delivering a talk on Continuous Delivery with Visual Studio Online and Azure for a Brazil User Group. This will be a webcast for 1 hour and its agenda would be as outlined below. This webcast is a must for those interested in understanding Visual Studio Online and its […]

Recording: Continuous Integration with TFS

I had recently done a webinar on DevOps – Continuous Integration with TFS which was organized by Microsoft. If you missed it for any reason, you can watch the recording on Youtube channel. The duration of the video is 1 hour and will delve into various aspects of ALM such as Product Backlogs and SPRINT Integration with […]

Webinar – DevOps: Continuous Integration with TFS

Speaker: Punit Ganshani Topic: DevOps: Continuous Integration with TFS Date & Venue:  May 07, 2014 (Wednesday) at 6:00 PM to 6:45 PM (SGT) Venue: Online (Lync Meeting) Agenda: What are we going to cover? This is what you can get! Team Foundation server Our MVP will share about what’s new in TFS 2013 DevOps – […]