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ALM Rangers ship more guidance

Yesterday two new ALM Ranger projects shipped, practical guidance on the use of Microsoft Fakes (which I worked on) and for Team Foundation Server (TFS) Disaster Recovery avoidance, planning and step-step recovery walkthroughs for the worst case scenarios.

Also updates for the Coded UI test tooling guide and the TFS Upgrade guide were released..

For more details see below to follow the links to the Ranger blogs and CodePlex to download the materials.

  Better Unit Testing with Microsoft Fakes v1 eBook

Contains practical guidance for migrating to and unit testing with Microsoft Fakes. Walk-throughs allow you to navigate basic and advanced concepts, giving you a comfortable and confident start in implementing Microsoft Fakes as a mocking solution. The eBook PDF format will be complimented with other eReader formats, i.e. MOBI, in an upcoming update as part of our new content and style dog-fooding adventure.
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Team Foundation Server Planning Guide v1.1
featuring new sections on Disaster Avoidance and Recovery Planning, allowing you to spot the “smoke” before you are confronted by a “raging fire”.
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Test Tooling Guide (Coded UI) v1
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Team Foundation Server Upgrade Guide v2.1
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