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by Martin Jarvis
Diagnosing Tricky ASP.NET Production Issues with DebugDiag and winDbg
by Keyhole Software
“You don’t have a time machine— you’re living the same twenty-four hours we all are. You can barely make it through your day with all the current things there are to do; when is “someday” finally going to arrive? The answer is, of course, never. Today is it.”  - Andrew J. Mellen, “
by Tarun_Arora
If you track your project tasks against work items, you would know the importance of Work Item History. This is one way for you to reflect on who did what and when, some organizations use it for auditing purposes as well. Using the WorkItemStore service it is possible to get the work item revisio
by Bishram
Setting Up Holistic Metrics System for a Software Company

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by Dileep Ashok
Relationship scenario (Many to Many Relationship)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nzmk1hrYYtQTrainer can train on multiple Courses Eg- T1 Trainer trains on C1 and C2 CoursesCourse can be handled by multiple TrainersEg- C3 Course is handled by T3, T4 and T5trainersMany to Many Relationship requires a
by Paul M Watt
What does one-size fits all mean? I suppose there are two way to answer that question, 1) How well do you want it to fit? 2) What do you mean by 'all'? For example, a clothing manufacturer is content with the percentage of the population that their product will fit, such as a T-shirt, hat or Snuggie
by SneakyPeet
We can have value objects be more than just information carriers. We can have them do some work for us.A ScenarioGiven a contract and some time sheet data for an employee we need to calculate invoice lines for billing a client. We can use an object called an InvoiceLineCalculator to calculate the re
by Ronnie Mukherjee
The natural planning model

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