Monthly Archives: March 2016

Go with the flow

In all the companies I worked as configuration manager I did my best to go with flow. The flow in my case always were the developers. I know that by interfering with the development process nothing can be achieved and it will all backfire at me. So in every job I started I examined the developers work and did what ever I could to improve their most frustrating process first.

Job requirements: Laziness

You should not add this to your resume but it might be the best quality in a configuration manager or any automation developer might need. I will Explain:

.net 1.1 and TFS 2012

I recently was asked to add a .net 1.1 legacy solution to our TFS 2012 build and deployment process. Just to be clear .net 1.1 released on , 2003-04-24 same year google started spreading. So to my surprise all help regarding .net 1.1 which is very slim stated upgrade to .net 2.0 Visual studio 2005 in order to at least have msbuild support and then you can add msbuild tools that support this kind of tools.

Why I became Configuration Manager?

I will start with a story. In the early 2007 I started working at IncrediMail (today called Perion). I was supposed to start as a developer however it happens to be that in the same day one of the configuration managers left and I was asked to fill his place.