When I started working at LeumiCard the developers used TFS only as check in\out to their code. No comment, no work item, not to mention build or deployment. I worked
Configuration managers usually find themselves alone at the company. In most companies I worked alone or had the opportunity to lead or work with one more companion. So “who you gonna call?”
At LeumiCard Customer services there are some programs running straight from a shared network folder. This has been done long before I started working there and was a real problem I encountered
A good friend of mine once told to “only improvise with what you got” and behind the obvious part of this sentence there is a real methodology. LeumiCard was the first time
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
I was asked to build a full ALM process for the company Interactive voice response (IVR). IVR is consisted of lots of files (1.5 GB) mostly binaries (Voice files) and a Genesis studio projects.
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