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Dev - Mobile Exception Monitoring and Analytics in Visual Studio 11

Mobile exception monitoring and analytics in Visual Studio 11

Last December, at the ALM Summit in Redmond, WA, Microsoft disclosed that Visual Studio 11 will include an application analytics and incident monitoring solution. While the functionality works across all .NET frameworks, it has specific support for WP7 (Mango) and Windows Azure providing a unique view into the “whole mobile application,” not just the bits running locally on any given device. This session will introduce the components included inside Visual Studio 11 and demonstrate the steps required to instrument distributed mobile applications and integrate them into your development process leveraging automated, rule-driven work item generation within TFS. To view Microsoft’s ALM Summit presentation where this topic was first publically disclosed, visit Continuous Feedback on Channel 9. For a more detailed demonstration recorded the next day on campus by the same Microsoft presenter, Justin Marks, TFS Program Manager, visit A Lap Around PreEmptive Analytics for TFS with Justin Marks.

Attendees will: 

  • Learn how to instrument WP7 application to capture and report on exceptions in near real-time (in seconds, not minutes, hours or days).
  • Define basic rules inside TFS to intelligently automate the creation of TFS work items.
  • Understand how to correlate exceptions across mobile and cloud platforms to better manage quality across applications with components running on multiple surfaces and runtimes.
  • How to implement these same features today on VS2010 using commercially available components.

Speaker: Sebastian Holst, CMO PreEmptive Solutions

In addition to his role at PreEmptive Solutions, the makers of Dotfuscator and PreEmptive Analytics for TFS, Sebastian has published a number of mobile apps currently running on Windows Phone, Android and iOS. With experience across platforms and marketplaces, he brings a unique perspective to the process and business of development mobile applications. His blog can be found at Apps Are People Too and you can follow him on twitter at @ssholst.

Food and drinks will be served courtesy of PreEmptive Solutions and we will have SWAG from Component One, Pluralsight and others

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  • Sebastian H.

    Interactive audience that stayed engaged throughout the presentation. The material focused on the pairing of WP7 with the next edition of TFS and the speaker stayed on topic and answered questions from both novice and experienced attendees.

    January 18, 2012

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    January 17, 2012

  • Jerod M.

    Pretty insightful. Once they release an Objective C client, all the bases will be covered.

    January 17, 2012

  • Ron B.

    Topic for discussion - Sprint on Windows Phone at CES 2012 -

    January 12, 2012

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