Surely you must be tired of hearing to be proactive is better than reactive – especially when it comes to problems in the user application, right?
The Application has a very nice feature Insights of proactive detection of problems. Want to know a little about it?
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Guys, this is one of those post series "who hasn't?"
Imagine that you used Facebook on another computer – at home, in an Internet café, at the home of (the) boyfriend (a)-and forgot to disconnect.
And now? You can "close to" the Facebook? The good news is that I can.
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A typical scenario for users of VSTS (Visual Studio Team Services, formerly Visual Studio Online) need free access to external users. For example, a company that hires vendors for outsourced software development needs to grant access to teams in the supplier who will act in the projects stored in your VSTS.
VSTS allows this problem to be solved from different ways, which vary according to the ease of implementation and convenience in use. Come take a look in this post how to enable this scenario in his account of VSTS.
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I bet you didn't expect to live long enough to see this day, right? Who would have thought … Linux applications running on Windows, such as Windows applications that run on Linux with WINE?
Well, that day has come. Well, not quite yet, but we're almost there.
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