28 04, 2016

VSTS/TFS REST API: The basics and working with builds and releases

By | 2016-04-28T13:07:31+00:00 April 28th, 2016|Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), Release Management, Visual Studio 2015 Team Foundation Server|11 Comments

Microsoft has released documentation for the VSTS/TFS REST API as of a couple of months ago, and we’re really excited for the opportunities that the REST API brings for VSTS and TFS. Why? Previously, you could use the Client Object Model and the API to interact with TFS. Now, you can interact with VSTS and TFS [...]

6 04, 2016

DevOps and The Art of the Possible

By | 2016-04-06T08:42:23+00:00 April 6th, 2016|DevOps|0 Comments

Last night (my time) I watched the keynote of the BUILD 2016 conference in San Francisco. I was mind blown – holograms, bots, cognitive digital assistants that understand language – and let’s not forget Ubuntu on Windows! We’ve been saying (for quite a long time now) that it’s a new Microsoft – and BUILD certainly [...]

4 04, 2016

Northwest Cadence and Azure App Service Drive Major Productivity and Quality Gains for Enterprise Software Teams

By | 2016-04-04T12:52:39+00:00 April 4th, 2016|Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), Azure|0 Comments

Northwest Cadence was honored to be a featured Microsoft Customer Story based on some of our experiences with Microsoft Azure App Service. Excerpt from original Microsoft article on January 19, 2016- Microsoft Azure App Service’s scalable infrastructure and simple user interface was the catalyst that allowed Northwest Cadence, a dedicated Microsoft Partner of nine years, [...]