Category Archives: SharePoint 2013

Versioning your SharePoint Apps using Team Foundation Server Team Builds

One of the cool features of Team Foundation Server is the ability to schedule and execute builds. This feature is simply known as “Team Builds” (or even shorter, just “Builds”) and provides some interesting extensibility points for doing Build Management. When it comes to build management, enabling  versioning on my SharePoint Apps is usually the first thing I do when

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Slide deck SharePoint Saturday Stockholm

I had the pleasure to speak on the SharePoint Saturday event in Stockholm. This (perfectly organized) event was held on January 25th 2014. The slide deck from my session on creating sustainable solutions with SharePoint 2013 is now available on SlideShare. Thanks all for who joined my session and thanks to the organizers for a great event! Session details: Creating

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Application Lifecycle Management – Load Testing SharePoint Solutions

Introduction “How does your solution scale with real user load as opposed to running on your local machine?” In this and future blog posts we will look at how ALM and the tools that MS provides support us in ensuring high quality solutions. Specifically, we explore a few different types of testing and how they relate to our SharePoint solutions.

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Application Lifecycle Management – Improving Quality in SharePoint Solutions

Introduction “Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) is a continuous process of managing the life of an application through governance, development and maintenance. ALM is the marriage of business management to software engineering made possible by tools that facilitate and integrate requirements management, architecture, coding, testing, tracking, and release management.” In this and future blog posts we will look at how ALM

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